by Stephen Kimber on May 5, 2010 | No Comments
"Canadians and other foreigners travelling to Cuba now need to hold travel insurance approved by island authorities before they can enjoy their time in the sun.
"Those without coverage will have to buy a local policy that can cost up to $3 a day. The new law took effect Saturday (May 1, 2010) and requires travellers who can't show they have authorized insurance to buy a policy from state-run Cubatur before being allowed into the country..."
If you're planning to visit Cuba, you should also read my cautionary tale about using credit cards in Cuba
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