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you must have a valid passport and a tourist card for you and your children (you can get this visa at the travel agency where you buy your plane tickets).

Warning: when you leave Cuba you will have to pay another 20 dollars in cash in order to leave the country and to get your visa validated.


Obviously, if you can go in the off season, rental cars and hotels in particular will be easier to find and about 20% less expensive.

The rainy season lasts from June to October but is really not too much of a bother. In general, it rains very hard in the late afternoon, but the rain doesn't last long at all.


If you would like to give presents to the locals, you might want to think about bringing extra bathroom supplies (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, perfume, etc.), toys and school supplies(pens, pencils, notebooks, etc.) for children and bicycle tire repair kits for the countless bicycles that ride the streets of Cuba.

If, by chance, you have any Lada auto parts, you could make someone really happy!

Most of these products are available in Cuba, and it might be better for you to spend your foreign currency there.

However, don't be afraid to fill your bags with various medications for head and stomach aches (antibiotics, paracetamol, diarrhea medication, yeast, mercurochrome, aspirin...) and most importantly of all syringes and sterile gloves for hospitals, as these products do not exist in Cuba.

When you leave the island, think about leaving behind the clothes and bathroom supplies you used while you were on holiday. The locals could use them.

What to pack

For your holiday, you will need a big stack of dollars, one and five dollar bills, but no fifties or hundreds. A map of the island, sunglasses, a first aid kit, insect repellent, sun cream, a Swiss army knife (in your checked baggage), a small flash light, and pencils.

Remember to bring the sales receipt for your camera as well as 100 ASA film.

A Visa card, a good guide book, and good walking shoes are indispensable if you want to see a lot of the country.

As far as clothes are concerned, try to bring as little as possible, because you can wash and dry your clothes quickly due to the hot temperatures in Cuba.

Before you leave, go through your bag and leave behind whatever you can really do without. Think about what the Cubans might need... which is just about everything.


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