Packing For Cuba
Thanks to Katrina from Fit Life Creation we are packing our bags and heading to Cuba for a week. While attending this all-inclusive retreat we will have the opportunity to learn from a variety of influencers as well as attend workshops dealing with business, health, and achieving your full potential. The trip almost seemed too good to be true THEN we heard there would be scuba diving, an old car tour through Havana, the ability to dance the night away in a Salsa club, frequent trips to the beach and the opportunity to provide service and give back to the local community.
An adventure like this requires quite a bit of packing, so if you are planning on visiting Cuba here are some packing tips and suggestions for general travelers.
Cuban Tourist Visa ($50 can be obtained gateway airports)
Cash for Exit Fee (approx. $25)
Cuban Health Insurance (provided to us through our airline JetBlue)
Beach Towel (microfiber) and Facial Towel
Shampoo/Conditioner/Brush/Comb/Hair Styling Products
Toilet Paper, Sanitary napkins, tampons
Medications (leave in original prescription bottles)
Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss
Physical maps (Buy via amazon) internet access is limited in Cuba or the smart phone application (maps.me) which offers high quality offline maps
Ziplock bags/waterproof bags
Power converter 220 AC adapter or dual violated electronic devices
Extra batteries/ Chargers
Camera (multiple memory cards)
The part that really drew us to this retreat is the fact that it was all-inclusive packed with beneficial learning opportunities, networking potential, and all at an unbeatable price. This is our first attempt at an all-inclusive experience meaning for once we can take a break and not have to plan out all the details this time we get to sit back, relax, and take in all Cuba and Fit Life Creation have to offer.
Tip: Try tanning before you actually visit Cuba to avoid serious sun burns
Check out some of our tips on how to efficiently pack for any of your trips!
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