ISSUE 1 9/17

Varieties Bishop - Old Havana. • Doña Eutemia - Old Havana. • Corte del Principe - Miramar. • La Chucheria - Miramar. • San Cristóbal - Central Havana.
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ISSUE 1

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9/17

THE LEGAL STUFF (IF YOU’RE AMERICAN) Traveling to Cuba is more difficult—and more appealing—under the new Trump policy. The Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has issued general licenses for 12 categories of travel to Cuba. Tourism remains prohibited by law, and any “non-academic educational travel” is limited to officially sanctioned group travel. Travelers on organized trips must keep a complete record of the educational events they participate in. The bulk of Cuba’s tourism industry is managed by GAESA, the Cuban military business conglomerate, and US citizens are banned from financial dealings with them; this means state-run hotels, car-rental agencies, restaurants, marinas, tours and more.

Lauri Pinnock

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HAT YOU SHOULD KNO

• Group trips with an officially  licensed tour operator are the safest way to travel • Be particularly careful which license category you apply for; you won’t be able to select the “people-to-people” option • 10 out of the 12 categories of authorized travel are still allowed for independent travelers • Independent travelers are banned from traveling under a privately organized educational or cultural trips   • Keep records and receipts for at least 5 years since you may be more closely audited by the IRS • Trying to enter from Canada or Mexico is extremely risky

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In Cuba, everywhere you go, there is music… JULIA SAWALHA

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