How does our trips fall under the category of Support for Cuban People? What is a people-to-people activity? Is there a minimum and maximum group size? Does Espíritu Travel offer customized tours? Who are your Cuban guides? Is there a minimum age to travel on one of tours? How long in advance do I need to book my tour? What accommodations do you book for your tours? Is there free time on the tours? How much is the deposit is required to book? What are the benefits of a guided tour? Do I need a visa to travel to Cuba? Can I bring goods to donate? What is the weather like in Cuba? What should I pack for my trip to Cuba? How much money should I bring to Cuba? What can I bring back? What is the tipping custom in Cuba? How do I exchange money in Cuba? Do I declare the amount of cash I bring to Cuba with customs? How are Americans received in Cuba? How much are taxis in Cuba? Recommended reading and documentaries/films about Cuba Can I discuss politics, societal matters, and daily life with the Cuban people? Do I need medical insurance to travel to Cuba? Is water safe to drink in Cuba? Do I need special vaccinations to travel to Cuba? What should tourists in cuba be aware of? Is Cuba safe for American travelers? What precautions can I take against theft? Is Cuba safe for female travelers? What issues should LGBT participants be aware of in Cuba? Are there restrictions on what I can photographs in Cuba? Can I eat street food in Cuba? What if I’m a vegetarian, have food allergies, or have special dietary needs? What food precautions should I take in Cuba? Can I bring back Cuban cigars into the U.S.? Can I purchase artwork in Cuba and bring it back to the U.S.?