President Obama re-established U.S./Cuba relations by executive order. This opened the door for folks under U.S. jurisdiction to resume travel to Cuba, but with very specific restrictions.
U.S. travel to Cuba is governed by the U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) which administers and enforces the Cuban Assets Control Regulations (CACR).
No, you are not allowed to vacation in Cuba. CACR prohibits tourist travel to Cuba for persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction.
CACR authorizes travel to Cuba via 12 general license categories. You are only allowed to travel to Cuba when your visit meets the requirements of one of the prescribed categories.
Cuba Travel Documents and Currency
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