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Cuba VIP Travel is continuously monitoring changes in policy both in the US and in Cuba, in order to offer a legal, safe, and pleasant travel experience. After the most recent changes of June 6th, 2019, traveling to Cuba under the People to People General License is no longer allowed. However, all the other 11 categories are fully functional.

Under the current regulations of the US Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the General License for Support for the Cuban People ensures that travelers can still visit the island legally. However, travelers must comply with a daily full-time itinerary of activities that ensure meaningful interaction and support for the Cuban civil society. Individual travel can also occur in other categories of travel.

Cuba VIP Travel compliance department will ensure that all travelers are authorized under the current U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations in order to provide personal travel to and from Cuba under a general license.

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Our two week trip was a great experience. The staff was impeccable with every aspect of the journey, from arrival in Miami for the charter flight to the amazing restaurants, walking tours and music excursions. To coordinate over 150 travelers for a premium tour would have been impossible without their wealth of knowledge and attention to detail. For myself, the band, and many of our guests, the trip was one of the best experiences of our lives!



—  Director of Development, Preservation Hall Foundation, New Orleans.

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