The national currency is the Cuban Peso. However, tourist services are priced only in Cuban CUCs (Cuban Convertible pesos). As a traveller, for every cash transaction you must use CUCs, which can be acquired in banks, exchange houses, airports and hotels. It is possible to acquire CUCs with other international currencies such as: US Dollars, Euros, Canadian dollars, Sterling Pounds and Swiss Francs.

Forms of Payment
Travellers cheques and Cabal, Transcard, Visa and International MasterCard are admitted, as long as they are not issued by a United States bank. For more information regarding currency use and the charges applied to each one in relation to the CUC visit:

Time in Cuba is -5 (five hours behind) Greenwich Mean Time (EST in the United States and Canada). From April through October Cuba moves into daylight saving time (an hour ahead) to take advantage of sunlight.

The climate is tropical humid, predominantly moderate, with an average of 330 days of sunshine a year. January is the coldest month of the year and July the warmest. The average temperature is 25oC. The average temperature of coastal waters is 24oC in winter and 28oC in summer. Relative humidity is 78%and the average rainfall is 1.515 mm. The climate of the country calls for light clothes, preferably cotton. Swimsuits and solar protection are a must. A sweater or light overcoat will come in handy if you visit mountainous zones or travel in wintertime.
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Visas, Travel Regulation
Every visitor must have a valid passport on his/her name and the corresponding visa or tourist card, which can be issued by the travel agency or the Cuban consulate in the country of origin. The departure tax in international Cuban airports is 25, 00 CUCs.
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Cuba is an extremely safe place and its people warmly welcome the whole family. You can go sightseeing with absolute freedom and complete confidence.

Voltage in Cuba is 110V 60 Hz, although 220V 50 Hz. is available in modern facilities. Electrical appliances that have plugs with round pins must be used with an adapter for flat pins.

Travel insurance with medical expenses coverage
All foreign travellers and Cuban nationals residing abroad must have a travel insurance policy that includes coverage for medical expenses when entering the island. On arrival to the country you must show this insurance, insurance certificate or travel assistance card, which must be valid for the whole of your stay in Cuba. If not taken out at the home country of departure it must be obtained at the airport


  • Check your passport, motorcycle driving license, visa and travel insurance. All these documents will be required to enter Cuba and to receive your Harley Davidson.
  • Remember we will have a tropical climate; heat and possibly rains. Bring appropriate clothing for your road trip. The most convenient is thin cotton clothing with long sleeves and long pants for road driving; something to cover yourself in case of rain and shoes suitable for riding a bike.
  • Do not forget your open face helmet and your sunglasses for highway driving. Full face helmets are not suitable for the heat on the island.
  • We recommend bringing solar protection that is adequate for your type of skin, sunburn lotion to relieve possible solar burns andany other medication that you regularly take.
  • Remember that drinking alcohol before or after driving is forbidden.
  • In Cuba Internet access is limited. So you can only check your emails and messages sporadically in some hotels. There is no Wi-Fi in public spaces or in private homes, only in some hotels. Tell your family / people at work so that they do not worry if you do not respond quickly.
  • Please indicate while making your booking any dietary restrictions and /or allergies you may have.


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