If your cruise is sailing to Cuba you must travel with your passport with a minimum of 6 months remaining on your passport after you return from Cuba.
All guests, including children, will be required by the US Government to complete a travel affidavit identifying their approved category of travel. This must be completed in advance of travel.
Please select your cruise line below for your specific affidavit.
All guests are required to obtain a visa in order to enter Cuba. The type of visa that a guest will need will depend on certain factors, including the reason for travel to Cuba. Most guests will be able to enter Cuba utilizing a “Tarjeta Turistica” (or tourist card) visa.
Guests will be able to purchase the “Tarjeta Turistica” onboard at a cost of $75 per person. This fee will be added to your onboard account. The Cruise line will distribute this visa during embarkation and guests will be responsible for providing their visa to the Cuban authorities upon arrival and departure from Cuba. If a guest loses their visa, they will be able to purchase a new visa onboard at an additional cost of $75. Guests who were born in Cuba or are traveling for specific reasons, such as journalists, will need to obtain non-tourist card visas.