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Do you need a visa for Cuba?
3 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

A trip to Cuba almost always implies getting a visa. There are a few visa-exempt countries whose citizens can enter the country using only their passport, but the rest of the travelers either need a consular visa or a Cuba Tourist Card. If you want to know which one you qualify for, you can use iVisa’s Visa Checker. Insert your nationality, choose Cuba as your destination, and you will know which one you need to apply for. If you qualify for a Cuba Tourist Card, iVisa gives you the means to apply right away.

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What are the requirements for a Cuba Tourist Card?

If you want to apply for a Cuba Tourist Card with iVisa, you should know that the requirements could not be simpler to achieve. When you fill in the form, you only need your personal information. However, when you arrive in Cuba, you will be asked to provide the following documents:

  • Passport – the passport needs to be valid for another 6 months from your date of arrival in Cuba.
  • Tourist Card – the one that you get from iVisa after you apply.
  • Your flight itinerary
  • A copy of your travel insurance – this has become a mandatory requirement since 2010.

Cuba Tourist Card – processing time and fees

One of the things that iVisa takes great pride in is the fast processing time. At the same time, you are given options so that you can choose the one that suits your needs and budget. Just keep in mind that your choice influences the visa cost. Here are the options you can choose from:

  • Standard processing – your application will be processed and your Tourist card delivered in 3 to 5 business days. The total amount is $110.
  • Rush processing – your Tourist card will arrive within 1 to 3 business days, and you pay $130.
  • Super Rush processing – you will have your Cuba Tourist card in 1 business day, but you will be charged $150. All the fees include free shipping.

How to apply for a Cuba Tourist Card?

iVisa has created the simplest application form you will ever fill in. You should not spend more than 10 minutes on it. In case you need any help, iVisa has a fantastic support service that can help you 24/7. The form consists of two simple steps. The first one will ask you to fill in your personal information such as name, address, passport expiry date, and the dates for your arrival in and departure from Cuba you must also select the processing time you want from the three options mentioned above.

The second step of the application form will ask you to make the payment and a quick revision. The latter is very important since you cannot make any corrections once your application is being processed. As for the payment, iVisa gives you something that no embassy provides, and that is the chance of using different means of payment that is the most convenient to you. You can use a credit/debit card, a PayPal account, Alipay, or WeChat. Once you have done all of that, just submit your application and wait for your Tourist Card to arrive in the timeframe of your choice.

The Cuba Tourist Card allows you to spend up to 30 days in Cuba, but you can ask for an extension once you get inside the country. Canadians can stay there up to 90 days, but both versions allow a single entry. So to answer your questions, yes, you do need a visa for Cuba if you are not from a visa-exempt country, but iVisa will help you get it as fast and as easily as possible.

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