FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Do I have to apply for a license?


The U.S. embargo regulates all transactions with Cuba, including travel. Tourism is not allowed, but there are 12 categories of activity that provide ample opportunities for Americans to travel legally to Cuba. All categories are self-certifying – which means that travelers do not have to apply for a U.S. Treasury Department license in advance. All U.S. travelers must carry out a full-time agenda of authorized activities and keep records of their transactions.




What type of tours do you do?


Our focus is on the following type of trip:

Business/economics. We organize travel focused on business and economics for Americans who want to learn about Cuba or to explore the possibility of doing business there. These itineraries focus on the people, companies, and officials involved in the specific sector of interest. Our experience ranges from an agriculture conference for 100 Americans, to small groups of executives exploring opportunities in agriculture, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, hospitality, and more.




Are there hotel restrictions when staying in Cuba?


Yes. We comply with all U.S. regulations on travel to Cuba, and arrange lodging to fit your individual or company needs. For a list of prohibited hotels, please call us.




Didn't President Trump make it impossible for Americans to travel to Cuba or do business there?


No. U.S. Travel Regulations - How to Travel Legally: The U.S. embargo regulates all transactions with Cuba, including travel. Tourism is not allowed, but there are 12 categories of activity that provide ample opportunities for Americans to travel legally to Cuba. All categories are self-certifying – which means that travelers do not have to apply for a U.S. Treasury Department license in advance. All U.S. travelers must carry out a full-time agenda of authorized activities and keep records of their transactions.




How do you travel legally to Cuba?


U.S. Travel Regulations - How to Travel Legally: The U.S. embargo regulates all transactions with Cuba, including travel. Tourism is not allowed, but there are 12 categories of activity that provide ample opportunities for Americans to travel legally to Cuba. All categories are self-certifying – which means that travelers do not have to apply for a U.S. Treasury Department license in advance. All U.S. travelers must carry out a full-time agenda of authorized activities and keep records of their transactions. Our focus is on the following:

Business/economics. We organize travel focused on business and economics for Americans who want to learn about Cuba or to explore the possibility of doing business there. These itineraries focus on the people, companies, and officials involved in the specific sector of interest. Our experience ranges from an agriculture conference for 100 Americans, to small groups of executives exploring opportunities in agriculture, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, hospitality, and more.