Cuban health authorities have published new rules regarding travel to Cuba that now apply to all foreign travellers regardless of country of origin. Here we give you the details of the new requirements for all travellers considering Cuba holidays in 2021.
In an article published by the BBC on 11th December, it was reported that the Cuban government recently announced plans to scrap the use of the Convertible Cuban Peso (CUC) from 1st January 2021 in a nationwide monetary reform.
With lockdown having come to an end on 2nd December, the BBC has released a useful guide to clarify the quarantine rules for travellers when returning to the UK from abroad. Take a look!
Having kept COVID-19 rates very low, Cuba will be gradually re-opening for tourists from July onwards
Due to the very low number of daily COVID-19 cases now being reported in Cuba, from July 1st 2020 Cuban airspace will re-open, paving the way for the gradual return of tourism into the island, starting with the offshore beach resorts (known as Cayos). Initially, the main tourist flights into Cuba will only be arriving from North America, though it is expected that flights between Cuba and Europe...