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Re: Visa for Cuba
Noonsite has some interesting updated info on visiting Cuba. 24 hr notice, prior to moving between anchorages within Cuba. It suggests there is a 30-90 day travel card that is issued upon arrival. Not sure a visa in advance is required. I did not study this closely.
While the relationship between Cuba and the US is very complicated, I personally choose to follow the rules and will not visit unless legal to do so. I think the biggest attraction for many US citizen, is simply that it's forbidden. As for having to notify authorities 24 hrs in advance of moving between anchorages, I'll pass, even though they are far from the only country with such restrictions. There are countless beautiful places in the world. I'll wait for it to be more inviting. If it never is, I'll keep it on the list of most places I'll never see. No problem.
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