Legal information about travel
to Cuba as a U.S. Citizen
Recent changes to U.S. policy on Americans traveling to Cuba have made it easier to explore this fascinating island. There are still restrictions in place, but travelers may engage in a variety of educational activities without the stress of breaking U.S. laws.
The Educational Adventures Company assists U.S. travelers plan itineraries, book flights from the U.S. to Cuba, secure accommodations and educate themselves about the best way to explore and engage in this amazing country and culture.
According to federal register of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) under the Department of Treasury 501.601 Records and Recordkeeping Requirements: “Every person engaging in any transaction subject to the provisions of this chapter shall keep a full and accurate record of each such transaction engaged in, regardless of whether such transaction is effected pursuant to license or otherwise, and such record shall be available for examination for at least 5 years after the date of such transaction.” Reports to be furnished on demand include documentation demonstrating a full itinerary, flight itineraries, and verification that you are traveling under an appropriate General License. The Educational Adventures Company provides you with all of that documentation and ensures you have a phenomenal trip.
You have the opportunity to travel on a tour sponsored by The Educational Adventures Company under the General License pursuant to Federal Register Vol. 80, No. 11 issued January 16, 2015 on behalf of the Department of the Treasury of Foreign Assets Control 31 CFR Part 515 Cuban Assets Control Regulations 515.565 (b) General License for people-to-people travel for Educational Activities.