Accessibility in Cuba may be limited due to lack of curb cuts, ramps and accessible vehicles. While accessible facilities (such as hotels) may exist, these facilities may not be comparable to accessible facilities found in the U.S. and other parts of the world. For example, wider doors and grab bars may not be available, and wheelchair users may be limited to ground floor facilities, as elevator access may not exist for upper levels.
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- Are there special visa requirements or documents required for travel to Cuba?
- Do I need a Visa to enter Cuba?
- Who can travel to Cuba?
- How do I prove compliance with OFAC requirements during my cruise?
- How much free time is available during my cruise?
- What is people-to-people travel?
- Does my medical insurance cover me while I am in Cuba?
- Are vaccines required or recommended for adults and children when traveling to Cuba?
- Can I bring my prescription medications with me to Cuba?
- Is Cuba accessible for guests with disabilities or those requiring wheelchairs?