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About Cuba

Documents you need to Travel

Canadian nationals holding a valid Canadian passport or a Canadian permanent resident card do not need a visa to enter Cuba. They can travel with their valid passports (and PR card) and the tourist card that is included in the holiday package (provided onboard of the airplanes). It is important for you to know that the Canadian passport should be valid for at least one week after the return date. Citizens from other countries that don’t have the PR card, please contact: Consulate General of Cuba for additional information at: 416 234 8181  e-mail:

Types of payment

The prices displayed on the products and services in Cuba are in Cuban Convertible Pesos (CUC) and all are only payable in CUC, including transport.


Cuba’s telephone network provides direct communications inside the country and out – with any part of the world. Some hotels and resorts also provide Internet connections.

How to get there

Links to some travel agencies

Packing for your trip

What you pack for your visit to Cuba will depend on the time of year and your itinerary. Here are few ideas to help you bring the right items for your plans.
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Cuba Tourist Board

1200 Bay Street. Suite 305. Toronto. ON. M5R 2A5
Telephone: +1 (416) 362-0700

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