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What you need to know about travel to Cuba in the new Trump era

Tour operators, airlines and cruise lines make bulk purchases of the tourist visas that many Americans need to travel to Cuba and have enough in hand to allow eligible U.S. travelers to visit the island for the foreseeable future. Cuban Americans who have up-to-date Cuban passports also can still travel.

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