Legal Travel to Cuba with EEAbroad
The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) within the U.S. Department of the Treasury regulates travel to Cuba for American citizens. Currently all U.S. travelers must qualify under one of 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba. EEAbroad travelers typically qualify under the category of Educational Activities and In Support of the Cuban People. We also run tours occasionally under the legal category of Professional Development. Since all EEAbroad tours are completely tailored to each client, we chose the category that best fits the specific travel objective of our clients.
The restrictions under the current administration also prohibit “direct financial transactions” with Cuban military assets on the Cuba Restricted List. By enrolling in an EEAbroad tour, you are assured that all interactions will adhere to these OFAC guidelines, and that you are complying with US regulations for travel to Cuba.