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Cuba Tourist Card is issued online for travelers planning for Tourism and leisure visits in Cuba. Visa procedure is simplified, and travelers can apply for Cuba Visa Online. To obtain this visa, no visit to the Cuban Embassy or Consulate required. All processes will be completed in an online portal. Travelers from other than the visa-exempt countries are required to get the Cuba Visa Online before they arrive in Cuba. Travelers arriving directly from the United States will be issued a pink tourist card. All travelers are allowed for a single visit only. The Visa can be extended once while you are inside the country, and you hold a valid visa. 

Sunset in la habana

How many days will it take to receive a visa after applying Cuba Visa Online?

Since the process is completely online, the applicant will receive the visa within three business days. While applying Cuba Visa Online, all you need is to provide the exact information in your passport and travel details.

How many days can a traveler stay in Cuba using the Cuba Tourist Card?

Canadians can stay 90 days using the Cuba Tourist Card, and all other eligible nationals can stay 30 days within 180 days from the date of the tourist card issued. All travelers can extend their Tourist card once while they are in Cuba.

Do I need to use the Cuba Tourist Card within 30 days from the date of issue?

Your tourist visa validity is 180 days from the date of issue. In which you can stay 30 days from the date of arrival in Cuba.

What is Cuba Pink Tourist card?

Citizens and Travelers visiting Cuba directly from the United States are provided with the Pink Tourist card. Application procedures are like the Cuba International Tourist card.

What is the cost of Cuba Tourist Visa card?

The Cuba Visa costs 110 USD for travelers directly from United States (Pink Tourist Card) and 55 USD for all other travelers (International Tourist Card). We additionally charge a service fee of 10 USD. All charges are needed to pay while applying Cuba Visa Online.

What are the documents required to travel to Cuba using Tourist Card?

Travelers may need to provide all the following documents while traveling to Cuba

  • Passport – Must be valid for the next six months after arriving in Cuba and sufficient Blank Pages to stamp entry and exit.
  • Valid Tourist Card 
  • Two-way flight tickets – Arrival and departure flight tickets
  • Travel insurance – all travelers must hold valid travel insurance for the entire stay in Cuba.

Do I need to carry my Cuba Tourist Card while entering in Cuba?

Yes, it is necessary to carry the approved Tourist card while entering in Cuba. At the entry point, the Tourist card will be stamped in both sections on the back.

I am a traveler, visiting from the United States, and I am not a Citizen or Passport Holder of the United States. Which Cuban Tourist card I must apply? 

The card depends purely on where you came from and not on nationality—travelers from the United States eligible for apply Pink Tourist Card.

How to present the Cuban Tourist Card at the entry port?

While entering Cuba, the traveler must present the Tourist card. Officials of Immigration will keep half of the Tourist card and give back the other half to the traveler, which should be used while departing from Cuba. In the passport, the details regarding a Cuba visitor visa must comply with that.

I am Planning to Travel with my children. Do the Cuba Tourist Card require for them to travel?

Yes, irrespective of the traveler’s age. All are required to possess a valid visa. You can apply for the Cuba Visa Online for your children.

How many entries allowed by using the Cuba Tourist card?

Traveler can use the Cuban Tourist card for single entry only. Travelers must apply for a new visa for every visit to Cuba.

How many times can a Tourist Card be extended?

If the traveler is in Cuba and their visa is still valid, they can apply for extend the Tourist card once to the same period of their visa. But it is up to the immigration officials to make the decision about your visa extension. 

Where can I submit my passport?

You must submit your passport at the port of entry in Cuba along with your Tourist Card and all other required supporting documents for your travel. Before traveling to Cuba, you need not submit your passport physically.

Arenal volcano and lake in costa rica.

I am the holder of an official passport; can I apply for the Cuban Tourist Card?

No, you are not permitted to apply for the Cuban Tourist card using any of the official passports. For this, you must submit a visa application along with the supporting documents (Itinerary, Hotel Booking, and Travel Insurance) to the nearby Cuban Embassy near you.

We are Travelling as a group; how can we apply for a Cuba Tourist Card?

All travelers need to hold a valid tourist card when entering Cuba. You can apply for the Cuba Visa Online.

Can I apply for a Tourist card on behalf of my spouse, my children, and friends?

Yes, you can apply for the Cuba Tourist card on behalf of any person. Just make sure that all the information going to provide are correct, as in their respective passports.

What should I do to acquire more than one entry using the Cuba Tourist Card?

Cuba Tourist card is valid for single entry only. You cannot use it for more than one entry. You can extend the days of stay while you are in Cuba.

Does the Cuba Tourist card permit me to work in Cuba?

No, Cuba Tourist card can be used only for Tourism, sightseeing, leisure, and recreation activities. Travelers are not allowed to participate or take part in any of the paid work or activities.

Is there any possibility of acquiring a Cuba Tourist card at the port of entry? 

All travelers must acquire a Cuba Tourist card before traveling to Cuba. No tourist card will be provided at the port of entry.

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