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A valid passport is required for travelers intending to visit Cuba. The passport must be valid for at least six month beyond the date of your expected departure from Cuba. Travelers wishing to enter Cuba are required to apply for a Cuban visa (Tourist Card) before being allowed entry. This visa is provided by airlines or tour operators or can be obtained from the Cuban embassy of your country.
Visitors are prohibited from undertaking business activities when travelling on a tourist visa.
Types of visa in Cuba:
Tourists: Tourist card
Business persons: Business visa
Students: Student visa
You can check your local Cuban mission for detailed information: Cuban Diplomatic missions

Canadian tourists who were born in Canada may stay in Cuba for up to six months, but must check in with immigration authorities or with a tourism office in Cuba prior to the 90th day of their stay to apply for an extension. Other nationals (US, European, etc.) can stay up to 30 days and their stay can be extended with an additional 30 days at the Cuban immigration office.
If you are flying with Cubana airlines, you can buy the tourist card at the airport at the airline check-in counter.