CUBA VISA FOR AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS

CUBA VISA FOR AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS

iVisa | Updated on Feb 28, 2020

IMPORTANT NOTE: WE DO NOT OFFER THIS VISA AT THE MOMENT. STAY TUNED, BECAUSE IT WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON.

According to Cuba’s visa policy, all foreigner citizens who want to cross the Cuban border need to apply for a visa, except for the nationals from Visa-exempt countries. Depending on your nationality, you are eligible for a Cuba visa, which you can get at the nearest embassy, or you can apply for a Tourist Card at certain points. However, you still need to contact the Embassy to receive more information about it. In the case for Australians, every Australian citizen must apply for a Cuba Visa.

At the moment, iVisa can not offer you any Tourist Card or eVisa since we're a US company, but we can still give you some valuable information about this destiny.

We will give you some answers to the most common questions about Cuba and its visas.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Cuba visa for Australian citizens – requirements

The best thing about iVisa is that it does not ask very much of you. All you have to do is fill in a form, and iVisa will handle the rest. You do not even have to upload any documents. However, when you arrive in Cuba, you will be asked to provide the following:

  • Valid passport – the passport you have needs to be valid for at least another 6 months from the date of arrival in Cuba. If it is not, you need to apply for a renewal.

  • Tourist Card – this is the same as a Cuba visa that iVisa will send to you via postal mail.

  • A flight itinerary both to and from Cuba.

  • Travel insurance – this is a rule that began to take effect back in 2010. If you do not have travel insurance, you need to purchase one once you arrive in Cuba. A company called ASISTUR SA can help with that.

Processing times and prices for the Cuba visa for Australian citizens

You can choose from the following:

  • Standard processing time – your application will be processed and your Tourist card delivered in 3 to 5 business days. This option costs $55.

  • Rush processing time – your Tourist card will arrive within 1 to 3 business days, and the fee is $75.

  • Super Rush processing time – you will have your Cuba Tourist card in 1 business day, and you will be charged $95. The shipping is included in the price in all three cases.

The bottom line is that a Cuban visa for Australian citizens is now more accessible than ever. You can conveniently apply online, the process is simple to go through, and iVisa will do most of the heavy lifting.

The Tourist Card grants you a single entry, and you can stay in Cuba for a maximum of 30 days. If you want to extend your trip, you have the option of applying for an extension for another 30 days.

IMPORTANT NOTE: WE DO NOT OFFER THIS VISA AT THE MOMENT. STAY TUNED, BECAUSE IT WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON.

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