Customs Regulations

Provisions applicable to tourists

Cuban law considers as a tourist those travelers, who are not nationals and have permanent residence in another country, who arrive for a period of more than 24 hours and less than six months for private recreation, meetings and business purposes.

Tourists enjoy the benefits set out in the Convention on Customs Facilities for Tourism of which Cuba is a signatory, so in addition to clothing and other new or used may reasonably require for their personal use items, will also be considered as Personal effects any of the following articles, provided that they are considered in use and with the obligation to be re-exported when leaving the country.

  • Personal jewelry
  • A camera with twelve plates or five rolls movies
  • A camera film small milimeters with two rolls movies
  • A digital camera
  • A video camera, analog or digital
  • A pair of binocular cufflinks
  • An instrument of music portable
  • A team player and/or recorder music or video portable
  • Receiver portable radio
  • A television receiver portable
  • Typewriter portable
  • A car child
  • A tent and the team camping
  • Articles sports (a game of avios for fishing, a bike without engine, a canoe or kayak less than 5.50 meters long, a couple of skis, two tennis rackets, and other related articles)
  • A personal microcomputer
  • A portable DVD
  • Personal devices that removing or inserting information or n in personal computers and are useful to port, such as flash memory, MP3, MP4, IPOD, calendar book, PALM and the like

These items are temporarily imported, exempt from payment of duties and as an additional facility, without the need of the deposit of any guarantee.

Exemptions and facilities may not be granted in the case of tourists under the age of ten.

Source: Website of the Custom Cuba http://www.aduana.gob.cu/


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