All visitors to Cuba require a tourist card which can be acquired in the Cuban consulates or in the authorized travel agencies and airlines.
All visitors to Cuba require a tourist card which can be acquired in the Cuban consulates or in the authorized travel agencies and airlines. The tourist visa is valid for an entrance and exit from Cuba and lasts for 30 days. The counting starts on the arrival date to Cuba, with the possibility to extend it for other 30 days. This can be done in the Cuban Immigration Office (Dirección de Inmigración y Extranjería)
Your trip will fit into the Support for the Cuban People category if you:
Staying at a casa particular and having meals with your hosts
Meeting with local artists, musicians and others who own their own businesses
Shopping in independent markets
You might have interests in architecture and history
Taking classes on subjects like cooking, dancing, and Spanish language
Talking with musicians and artists
Eating at private restaurants
Discussing Cuban society with locals
Taking private taxis
An itinerary is helpful, but not required. If you have an itinerary it will be much easier to make sure you’ve filled a full-time schedule with appropriate activities. And if you’re ever questioned about your trip, you’ll be able to hand over a copy of your itinerary to help things go smoothly.