Can Americans travel to Cuba?

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For the first time since the 1950s, Americans are allowed to travel legally to Cuba, but it’s not as simple as going online and booking a flight and hotel in Havana or Varadero. In nearly all cases, you’ll need to book a tour through a company that has won special approval from the U.S. State Department to run cultural-exchange trips to Cuba. Note that all Cuba tours are fully escorted, include all lodging and meals, and have a mandatory overnight in Miami for pre-trip trip orientation.

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You can go to Cuba legally without a license or paperwork as long as your purpose of travel fits into one of these US government approved categories:

Educational activities in Cuba for schools, including people-to-people exchanges open to everyone

Professional research and professional meetings in Cuba

Public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions in Cuba

Religious activities in Cuba

Humanitarian projects in Cuba

Journalistic activities in Cuba

Family visits to close relatives in Cuba

Activities in Cuba by private foundations, or research or educational institutes

Any type of support for the Cuban people

Exportation, importation, or transmission of information technologies or materials

Certain authorized export transactions including agricultural and medical products, and tools, equipment and construction supplies for private use

Official business of the US government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations

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