The citizens of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China have access to a Cuba Tourist Card. Ig you are from Hong Kong, you are no longer required to go to the nearest embassy of Cuba to get your visa. Instead, you can apply online for a Tourist Card with the help of iVisa. The application process is entirely online, and your Tourist Card can arrive in as little as 1 business day.
The Cuba Tourist Card does not have difficult requirements. In fact, all you need is a passport and to fill in an online form. iVisa will not ask you to upload any documents during the process. However, when you arrive in Cuba, you need to present the documents listed below:
iVisa has created a simple but comprehensive 2-step application form that you should be done within just 10 minutes. If you need some help or you have some questions, all you need to do is contact iVisa’s support service which is available 24/7.
The first step of the application requires you to fill in a personal and travel information form. You must also select the visa type and one of the three available processing times. As for the visa type, all non-US applicants must choose the International Tourist Card. As for processing time, you can select the one that best suits your needs. They are as follows:
The second step of the application consists of revision and payment. The former is often underestimated, but you must make sure that all the information you provide is accurate and does not include typos. Otherwise, you may have to repeat the process, and the cost is non-refundable. The payment can be made using one of the multiple available means accepted by iVisa. You can use a credit/debit card, a Paypal account, Alipay, or WeChat. After you are done with that as well, just submit your application and then wait for your Tourist Card to arrive within the timeframe of your choice.
As you can notice for yourself, getting a Cuba visa for the citizens of Hong Kong is as easy as pie. You barely have to do anything, and your document arrives shortly. You can stay up to 30 days in Cuba, you have the possibility to extend your stay with another 30 days, and you are granted a single entry.