Notice for travelers in relation to Coronavirus (COVID-19):
November 1, 2021
At the directive of the Cuban Ministry of Tourism as of Nov 7th:
- All international travelers (Cubans or foreigners) who arrive in the country must present a health passport or international COVID-19 certificate of those vaccines certified by the corresponding regulatory agencies.
- All travelers who do not present a health passport or international COVID-19 vaccination certification must carry a COVID-19 negative RT-PCR certification , carried out no more than 72 hours before traveling, in a certified laboratory, in the country of origin.
- Children under 12 years of age, regardless of their nationality, upon arrival in Cuba, will be exempt from presenting a vaccination certification or RT-PCR test.
- When boarding the flight at origin, airlines will require their passengers to provide evidence of a vaccination card, or a negative RT-PCR test applied within 72 hours beforehand.
- The presentation of the Declaration of Health of the Traveler (Affidavit of Health) will be requested.
- The International Sanitary Control staff will randomly take a sample for RT-PCR at the airport.
- The mandatory use of the nasobuco or mask is maintained within the air and port terminals, as well as throughout the country.
- Epidemiological surveillance of international sanitary control will be maintained at all points of entry: ports, airports, marinas.
- All international travelers who arrive in the country through any point of entry and present signs and symptoms of COVID-19 or another communicable disease, will be referred to a health institution designated for that purpose and a PCR-RT test will be performed.
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- Face masks are currently mandatory in all public area including transport. To protect yourself and others, we strongly advise to wash your hands with soap and dry with clean paper towel frequently as possible. You can also use an alcohol based hand sanitizer when outside. Avoid touching your face and keep 6ft distance from others. If you are using a reusable face mask, ensure to wash your face mask with soap between uses. Bring plenty of soap, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes with you as these supplies may be limited in Cuba.
- We are working with our local experience, tour, casas particulares and transport partners to ensure vigilant hygiene and safety practices in line with COVID-19 regulations.