Visa: Regular tourists who plan to spend up to two months in Cuba do not need visas. Instead, you get a tarjeta de turista (tourist card) valid for 30 days, which can be extended once you're in Cuba (Canadians get 90 days plus the option of a 90-day extension). Package tourists receive their card with their other travel documents. Those going 'air only' usually buy the tourist card from the travel agency or airline office that sells them the plane ticket, but policies vary (eg Canadian airlines give out tourist cards on their airplanes), so you'll need to check ahead with the airline office via phone or email. In some cases, you may be required to buy and/or pick up the card at your departure airport. Some independent travelers have been denied access to Cuba flights because they inadvertently hadn't obtained a tourist card.
Electricity: The electrical current in Cuba is 220 V in many tourist hotels and resorts. Bring an American type flat adapter.
VPN: Before departing on your visit to Cuba we would advise that you download a VPN Virtual Private Network as an added method for security and privacy when accessing public networks, such as WiFi Hotspots and the Internet.