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At INVICTA Group Services we take pride in being the travel specialists with the most first-hand knowledge of Cuba. All members of our local staff and all our travel and event consultants have a combined knowledge and experience of travel to Cuba. After a 25 year of specialized individual and group travel all over Cuba, there isn’t a client request that we cannot address and we provide every service necessary to make your destination trip to Cuba a legal experience that will exceed your expectations.

We have curated a unique set of journeys highlighting some of Cuba's most captivating and wondrous destinations and experiences. All our licensed Support for the Cuban People Programs offer interaction to cultural and historic urban destinations that allow you to immerse and share unique experiences with local new business entrepreneurs, young and acclaimed artist and a spectrum of different respected religious leaders and their practitioners. We look forward to welcoming you to “explore Cuba with us” . . .  and discover their immersive history, their diverse religious traditions, their countless rhythms and music, their artist interactions, their distinct culinary and gastronomic ethnicity, and countless other curiosities galore.


  • Cuba Travel Consulting | VIP - Custom Tours + Programs

  • Commercial + Charter Flight Reservations | Airport Assistance

  • Local Transportation

  • Cuban Visa

  • Casa Particulares Accommodations

  • Restaurant Reservations

  • Activities Planning and Coordinating

  • Private Event Planning

  • Private Visits and Tours to Local Artists’ Galleries + Studios

  • Admissions to Cultural Events

  • Organized Visits, Private Tours + Admissions to Museums

  • Tours and Activities led by Local Cuban Experts and Specialists

  • Bilingual Professional Local and US Guides​


Travel to Cuba for tourist activities remains prohibited by statute. However, the Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has issued general licenses for 12 categories of travel.  Individuals who meet the regulatory conditions of the general license they seek to travel under do not need to apply for an additional license from OFAC to travel to Cuba.  The 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba are: family visits; official business of the U.S. government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations; journalistic activity; professional research and professional meetings; educational activities; religious activities; public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions; support for the Cuban people; humanitarian projects; activities of private foundations or research or educational institutes; exportation, importation, or transmission of information or informational materials; and certain authorized export transactions.

For details on Cuba sanctions regulations, including fact sheets on recent changes and information about applying for an OFAC license, please visit this Department of Treasury webpage. For travel-specific questions, please see 31 C.F.R. 515.560 and OFAC’s Frequently Asked Questions. The U.S. Department of State provides more information about traveling to Cuba at Travel.State.Gov.


All U.S.-Cuban dual citizens should note that the Government of Cuba treats U.S. citizens born in Cuba as Cuban citizens and may subject them to a range of restrictions and obligations.  The Cuban government requires U.S.-Cuban dual citizens who departed Cuba on or after January 1, 1971 to enter and depart Cuba using a Cuban passport.  Using a Cuban passport for this purpose does not jeopardize one’s U.S. citizenship; however, such persons must use their U.S. passports to enter and depart the United States.  Cuban-Americans who departed Cuba before January 1, 1971 may travel to Cuba on their U.S. passport but must apply for an HE-11 visa from the Cuban Embassy.  Cuban authorities do not always notify the U.S. Embassy of the arrest of dual nationals and may deny U.S. consular officers access to them.

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