Is It Legal to Travel to Cuba from USA?

As of November 9, 2017, the U.S once again changed the guidelines for travel to Cuba, becoming even more restricted. Tourist trips are not allowed and fully scheduled itineraries are enforced under the following 12 guidelines.

-Family visits

-Official business of the U.S. government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations

-Journalistic activity

-Professional research and professional meetings

-Educational activities

-Religious activities

-Public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions

-Support for the Cuban people

-Humanitarian projects

-Activities of private foundations or research or educational institutes

-Exportation, importation, or transmission of information or information materials

-Certain export transactions that may be considered for authorization under existing regulations and guidelines.


Cuba New Years Eve 2018 Trips

While these restrictions are unfortunate, I acquired an official license from the OFAC allowing me to bring groups to Cuba legally, so I can share how incredible traveling to Cuba is with all of you. Specializing in itineraries, you're in good hands! There are 10 slots offered for these trips once a month for $1,850 per person (double occupancy). This includes 5 days, 4 nights accommodations in a boutique hotel. Breakfast everyday, private meals, city tours, museum trips, day trips to a local beach and Viñales to a cigar farm, with horseback riding and an organic farm for lunch. Transportation to all sights as well as airport transfer.

This does not include airfare or any meals consumed in free time.

For more information or to sign up for one of the following dates please email:

Dates Offered:

New Years Eve: Saturday, December 29th 2018 - Wednesday, January 2nd 2019

MLK Weekend: Thursday, January 17th - Monday, January 21st 2019

President’s Weekend/Valentine’s Day: Thursday, February 14th - Monday February 18th 2019