| American Tourists Travel to Cuba in Havana, Cuba
Cuba may be the most exciting destination that American tourists can visit today. Americans can freely travel all around Cuba.
Havana Cultural Events
Getting to Cuba gets easier.
Up to 100 daily flights operated by U.S. carriers are flying to Cuba.
JetBlue Airways re-establishing regular air service to Cuba. JetBlue offers flights to Santa Clara, Camaguey and Holguin and daily flights to Havana from New York JFK, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
American Airlines offers scheduled services from Miami, Florida to Havana, Holguin, Santa Clara and Varadero.
American, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit and United Airlines offers direct scheduled flights to Cuba's capital city Havana.
Those airlines provide flight service to Havana, Cuba from: Atlanta, Charlotte, North Carolina, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New Jersey, New York City, Chicago, Orlando and Tampa Florida.
U.S. President historic visit in Havana
||There are all manner of restrictions of money and purchases which you will have to know.
You have to buy Cuban currency, the Cuban Convertible Pesos $CUC for visitors.
Cuban Convertible Pesos Cuban Money
Cuba Wild Island of the Caribbean
Now you are allowed to bring back from Cuba, art, music or educational materials. You can bring back Cuban cigars or Cuban rum. To enter Cuba you need an American valid passport and a Cuban Tourist Card.
The Tourist Card you obtain along with the airline ticket, or you can buy Cuban Tourist Card at the airport in Cuba for $20. The Cuban Tourist Card allows its holder to stay in Cuba for 30 days from the date of entry into the Country, and is valid for one entry into Cuba.
For a stay of more than 30 days and only up to 90 days maximum. You require visiting Cuban immigrations office to extend your visit period, or you can request at any tourism office in Cuba.
Children regardless of their age, also require Tourist Card, even if they are registered on their parents passports. Cuban Tourist Card
Notice: If you are American citizen born in a Cuba, do not need Cuban Tourist Card to tarvel to Cuba, you require
to have valid Cuban passport, Cuban entry visa is not longer required.
The U.S. flag is flying at the U.S. Embassy in Havana Cuba for the first time since 1961.
Marines raised the U.S. flag over the newly reopened American Embassy in Cuba as Secretary of State John Kerry made call for democratic change.
U.S. President Obama has already ease travel restrictions to Cuba, and allow U.S. importers to buy goods from independent Cuban contractors and exporters to ship building materials to Cuba.
Today Cuba is so much closer to U.S.
Iconic Great Theater of Havana
||Cuba is a wonderful place to go for bird watching, the warm climate that Cuba enjoys in conjunction with its exotic Caribbean location, make Cuba one of the best places in the world for bird watching. Cuba has a total of 350 different species of birds that are indigenous to Cuba, the smallest bird in the world is native Cuban Bee Hummingbird.
Main Birds Watching regions:
The primary location is the Peninsula de Guanahacabibes west end of Pinar del Rio, and the Zapata Peninsula at the south coast. Also east of Cuba the Sierra Masetra National Park is excellent spot for birds watching activities.