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  1. #1467

    Visa

    In my experiences going through Panama and Mexico, they wouldn't let you on the plane until you'd bought the visa. It was right there and very convenient. I would think this would be the case if traveling through Miami, but I suppose things aren't always done logically.

    I'm very much looking forward to members' reports about departing directly from a US City.

  2. #1466
    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzie1451  [View Original Post]
    I bought my ticket from jetblue to travel to Houlguin from fort lauderdale in November. No charge for visa and almost no information related to visas. I found a brief information after spending a lot of time on line and it says visas can be bought at the airport terminal for $50. There is no way to verify this information. It would be greatly appreciated if first travelers share their experience related to visas and their experiences with immigration.
    I still haven't received a callback from the agent that represents American Airlines regarding visas. I called a local agency and they want 100 usd. Lots of people think the visa is included in the airline ticket price but it's not. I really don't expect to see Cuba turning people away at the airport so hopefully they will have them for sale at the airport.

  3. #1465

    Cuba visas

    Quote Originally Posted by MrGogo  [View Original Post]
    I booked through American Airlines for travel to Hougin in October and need info. The airlines aren't including the visa in the price. A friend who booked for September said he received an e mail from AA saying to call a Miami number for the visa. Well I called the number and received a recording. They still haven't returned my call. What has been the experience of guys here traveling in September and October when booked directly through the American Airlines regarding visas?
    I bought my ticket from jetblue to travel to Houlguin from fort lauderdale in November. No charge for visa and almost no information related to visas. I found a brief information after spending a lot of time on line and it says visas can be bought at the airport terminal for $50. There is no way to verify this information. It would be greatly appreciated if first travelers share their experience related to visas and their experiences with immigration.

  4. #1464

    Cuba visas

    I booked through American Airlines for travel to Hougin in October and need info. The airlines aren't including the visa in the price. A friend who booked for September said he received an e mail from AA saying to call a Miami number for the visa. Well I called the number and received a recording. They still haven't returned my call. What has been the experience of guys here traveling in September and October when booked directly through the American Airlines regarding visas?

  5. #1463

    Not so fast

    Quote Originally Posted by Bart1  [View Original Post]
    All good things end as they say, the 20 cuc all night chicas who also did my laundry in the mornings without asking will now be gone forever for us canuckers😥128546;.
    I don't think that all the good things you mention will end so quickly. It may take some time. Things start to change when many guys with a lot of money start to come and spoil the ladies.

  6. #1462

    Crying in my beer

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzie1451  [View Original Post]
    I bought my ticket yesterday from jetblue to fly from fort lauderdale to holguin in November. This will be my first trip to Cuba. Round trip cost was $204. I want to spend 1 week in holguin 1 week in santiago.
    All good things end as they say, the 20 cuc all night chicas who also did my laundry in the mornings without asking will now be gone forever for us canuckers😥128546;.

  7. #1461

    Cuba flights

    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey fellow monger.

    Jet Blue is 1st out of the gate in the race to Cuba. Below I am including an article from Cubadebate "google translated" which means the translation kind of sucks but you'll understand it nevertheless.

    Jet Blue premiering flights from the US to Cuba on August 31 after more than 50 years.

    The US airline Jet Blue will officially become next August 31 the first US commercial airline to start its commercial operations with Cuba for more than 50 years, departing from the airport in Fort Lauderdale in Florida and to the city of Santa Clara. The cost of a one-way ticket is $ 99.

    According to the text released Thursday, the cost of a one-way ticket is $ 99 and flights to the city of Santa Clara will be on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until October 1 to start the daily flights.

    Also it announced that this service also offer Camaguey, from November 3, and Holguin, from 10 of the same month.

    On July 7, the US government authorized eight commercial airlines to carry out flights to Cuba, according to a statement from Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. Airlines flight clearance obtained are Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines.

    The flights to Havana will take off from airports in Atlanta, Georgia; Charlotte, North Carolina; Houston Texas; LOS Angeles California; Newark, NJ; New York and Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Orlando and Tampa, Florida.

    However, limitations persist for US citizens to travel freely to the island.

    Mondo.
    I bought my ticket yesterday from jetblue to fly from fort lauderdale to holguin in November. This will be my first trip to Cuba. Round trip cost was $204. I want to spend 1 week in holguin 1 week in santiago.

  8. #1460

    Cuba flight info

    Hey fellow monger.

    Jet Blue is 1st out of the gate in the race to Cuba. Below I am including an article from Cubadebate "google translated" which means the translation kind of sucks but you'll understand it nevertheless.

    Jet Blue premiering flights from the US to Cuba on August 31 after more than 50 years.

    The US airline Jet Blue will officially become next August 31 the first US commercial airline to start its commercial operations with Cuba for more than 50 years, departing from the airport in Fort Lauderdale in Florida and to the city of Santa Clara. The cost of a one-way ticket is $ 99.

    According to the text released Thursday, the cost of a one-way ticket is $ 99 and flights to the city of Santa Clara will be on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until October 1 to start the daily flights.

    Also it announced that this service also offer Camaguey, from November 3, and Holguin, from 10 of the same month.

    On July 7, the US government authorized eight commercial airlines to carry out flights to Cuba, according to a statement from Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. Airlines flight clearance obtained are Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines.

    The flights to Havana will take off from airports in Atlanta, Georgia; Charlotte, North Carolina; Houston Texas; LOS Angeles California; Newark, NJ; New York and Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Orlando and Tampa, Florida.

    However, limitations persist for US citizens to travel freely to the island.

    Mondo.

  9. #1459

    Phone use in Cuba

    Quote Originally Posted by Capichon2010  [View Original Post]
    I would like to know what types of phones work in Cuba (CDMA or GSM).

    And how is it to buy a SIM card for Americans visiting the island? Any recommended places?

    Thank you.
    Hey Cap2010,

    Hey man don't know how old you are? One thing that is universally known nowadays is Google, which by the way is also a verb.

    So, I suggest any questions you post here you post them on Google and you'll find out instantly any answer you desire.

    BTW, FYI Cuba uses the GSM band.

    Mondo.

  10. #1458
    Read the forum posts, man. Its all in there. Don't be lazy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Capichon2010  [View Original Post]
    I would like to know what types of phones work in Cuba (CDMA or GSM).

    And how is it to buy a SIM card for Americans visiting the island? Any recommended places?

    Thank you.

  11. #1457
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey Free,

    Don't know if you read my report? I was in Cuba this past March. While there I made it to the US Embassy there and had an interview with a clerk there.

    One of the things that I found out was that NOW US citizens are allowed to bring back $100 worth of rum or cigars, no questions ask at customs. Yeah guys, I know a box of Cohibas cost over $400+ US but you can always claim you bought on the street for $50.

    I brought back a 1. 5 liter bottle of Havana Club rum along with a box of cigars (Cohibas) 25 count.

    As a matter of fact I'd risk bringing in more but then again until my next trip I won't be able to affirm on this.

    Hope this helps clear things up.

    Mondo.
    That is the best feedback ever! Up to date and accurate. I would venture a warning. To be safe, not all US Customs agents may know the rules you have stated. If you want to enjoy Cuba and not have any problems and be invisible coming and going, you may want to err on the side of caution.

  12. #1456

    Could anyone provide info on SIM cards and phones to use in Cuba

    I would like to know what types of phones work in Cuba (CDMA or GSM).

    And how is it to buy a SIM card for Americans visiting the island? Any recommended places?

    Thank you.

  13. #1455

    Correction

    Quote Originally Posted by Free2  [View Original Post]
    1. Just make the flight reservations and do it. Simple.

    2. They will not stamp it if you ask them not to. Even if they do stamp it, I have never heard of an American being given a problem in the last few years.

    3. Just say Canada or Mexico, or be honest and say Cuba but you better not have ANYTHING on your person to import (rum, cigars, etc).
    Hey Free,

    Don't know if you read my report? I was in Cuba this past March. While there I made it to the US Embassy there and had an interview with a clerk there.

    One of the things that I found out was that NOW US citizens are allowed to bring back $100 worth of rum or cigars, no questions ask at customs. Yeah guys, I know a box of Cohibas cost over $400+ US but you can always claim you bought on the street for $50.

    I brought back a 1. 5 liter bottle of Havana Club rum along with a box of cigars (Cohibas) 25 count.

    As a matter of fact I'd risk bringing in more but then again until my next trip I won't be able to affirm on this.

    Hope this helps clear things up.

    Mondo.

  14. #1454
    Quote Originally Posted by Capichon2010  [View Original Post]
    1. I've heard of travelling to Mexico or Canada, and then taking a flight from there. How does this work?

    2. How about when you enter Cuba, do they stamp your passport? I mean I don't want to get in trouble.

    3. How about when you return to the USA? Will they ask you what countries did you visited, what to say?

    Thank you.
    1. Just make the flight reservations and do it. Simple.

    2. They will not stamp it if you ask them not to. Even if they do stamp it, I have never heard of an American being given a problem in the last few years.

    3. Just say Canada or Mexico, or be honest and say Cuba but you better not have ANYTHING on your person to import (rum, cigars, etc).

  15. #1453

    Cuba travel

    Quote Originally Posted by Capichon2010  [View Original Post]
    1. I've heard of travelling to Mexico or Canada, and then taking a flight from there. How does this work?

    2. How about when you enter Cuba, do they stamp your passport? I mean I don't want to get in trouble.

    3. How about when you return to the USA? Will they ask you what countries did you visited, what to say?

    Thank you.
    Hey Cap2010,

    I am including a link to the Dept. Of State website in relation to Cuba travel.

    Yes, it's legal now, with a caveat, you need to pick one of the 12 categories that the State Dept allow for Cuba travel. So, pick one of the 12 that bests suits your interests. LOL.

    Only thing you are not allowed to do is to go as a "tourist" so you go figure.

    Anyway, go and have FUN and when you come back post your trip experiences (both good & bad).

    Mondo.

    https://www.treasury.gov/resource-ce...a_faqs_new.pdf

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