Coronavirus and Cuba

Cuba COVID-19 entry requirements for passengers arriving to Cuba.

As of April 4, 2022 the requirement for a negative PCR COVID test result has been eliminated as has the requirement to provide proof of full vaccination.

The current arrival procedure requires visitors to:

  • Have a valid passport and tourist card
  • Demonstrate a high level of hygiene and safety and understanding of prevention and protection against COVID-19 and follow National Health guidelines which includes wearing a mask, using hand sanitizer & maintaining social/physical distancing as required by local law or rules set by a private establishment.

All passengers arriving in Cuba must confirm they have submitted a sworn declaration about their biographic data and COVID-19 vaccination status. Passengers may complete the confirmation form online before they travel at: Upon submission of the electronic form, passengers will receive a QR code to present to Cuban health and immigration authorities upon arrival in Cuba.

 Further Information

  • Face masks are currently mandatory in all public areas including transport. To protect yourself and others, we strongly advise to wash your hands with soap and dry with clean paper towel frequently as possible. You can also use an alcohol based hand sanitizer when outside. Avoid touching your face and keep 6ft distance from others. If you are using a reusable face mask, ensure to wash your face mask with soap between uses. Bring plenty of soap, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes with you as these supplies may be limited in Cuba.
  • We are working with our local experience, tour, casas particulares and transport partners to ensure vigilant hygiene and safety practices in line with COVID-19 regulations.

You may be required to have a negative Covid test before departing to your next port of call. You can book to have a rapid antigen test through the link below and these can also be done at the airport as long as you arrive well before your scheduled flight departure time.

These rules are subject to change and we would recommend that you check with your airline for the most up to date information.