Essential Travel Advice
Prior to travel it is important you carry out independent research to make sure you have the best holiday possible; we advise that you look at the below information in more detail using the below recommended trusted websites:
- Entry requirements (passport and Visa requirements specific to you)
- Health requirements and vaccinations
- Local Laws and Customs
- Travel advice help and support
- Money and currency
- Safety and security
Preparing for safe and healthy travel abroad
For the latest travel advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information. Please check www.gov.uk/travelaware
The FCO will advise against travel to a country or region if it judges this to be appropriate. If it doesn't advise against travel, then consumers should read the advice so that they're informed and can follow the FCO's advice on how to stay safe.
Current travel health information can be found by visiting www.travelhealthpro.org.uk where you can search country-specific advice.
The advice can change on all sites so please check regularly for updates.
Non-UK Passport holders please contact your local embassy or consulate for personal requirements including passport, visa, health and travel advice
Please ensure you book adequate travel insurance to cover your trip
For government advice on choosing the right policy click here.
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We regularly update our blogs with the top things to do in Cuba, the must-see places and the most stunning attractions locations.
What's going on in cubaRecent news from cuba
It’s official now, The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have arrived in Cuba and are currently enjoying their second day in the biggest of all Caribbean islands. We’ve done some digging to find out more details about what they’ll be getting up to during their time in Havana and we learnt that they’re going beyond the capital to explore the new coastal Mariel development.
During his 12-day Caribbean tour, HRH Prince Charles will be making a stop in Cuba on 24th March as part of an official visit to strengthen bilateral cultural ties and discuss trade and climate change. The visit follows Prince Charles private meeting in London with Cuba´s new president Miguel Diaz-Canel last November and will mark a historical momentum between the two countries following the UK’s imminent departure from the European Union.
An online publication by National Geographic documents Cuba with a series of stunning pictures illustrating the country´s many faces. From untouched landscapes, dramatic rural settings, spectacular beaches, iconic imagery, political rallies and candid urban beauty to the quirks of daily life, traditional celebrations and classic cars, of course! Here we revisit the places they shot and tell you a bit more of the moments they captured, most of which you can experience on a Cuba holiday.