A valid passport is required for entry into Cuba. A tourist card (or visa) must also be carried throughout your stay. For more travel information, visit travel.gc.ca
Spanish is the official language of Cuba; however, there are several other languages spoken across the island.
Cuba has two official currencies: the Cuban convertible peso (CUC) and the national peso. Transactions almost always take place in CUC.
Climate & Beaches
Visitors can enjoy Cuba all year round with its sub-tropical climate. The rainy season is from May to October and from August to October is the dry season. Between January and April, the weather is cooler with less rainfall.
Just outside Havana are excellent beaches such as Santa Maria del Mar and Playa del Este, which boasts more than nine miles of fine white sand. Off the east coast visitors can go fishing and enjoy a variety of water sports.
Activities & Attractions
Havana wedding venues put you inside history, making for a truly unique celebration! From the famous Cathedral Square to the Morro-Cabana historic military park, Havana offers many sites to explore and learn about the nation’s heritage. Just east of the city is Cojimar, a colorful fishing village where Ernest Hemingway found inspiration for many of his stories. For those seeking sun and relaxation, the many parks and beaches throughout the city are lovely places to visit.
The world-famous Tropicana Nightclub provides non-stop entertainment for all who stop in. Tourists and locals alike catch extravagant shows at any of Havana’s four cabarets, all located in the heart of the modern city. Enjoy a cocktail (or two!) and dance the night away.