Holguín's Aeropuerto Internacional Frank País is located just south of the city, with hotels and resorts only a short distance away – about a $10 taxi fare.
Passport and Tourist Card
All guests travelling to Cuba must have passports valid at least one month beyond their expected date of departure. Cuban immigration officials will not stamp your passport. They'll instead stamp your tourist card. These cards are given out while onboard your flight to Cuba with WestJet. The cost of the card is collected in advance for you by WestJet Vacations.
Throughout your stay, keep the portion of the card given to you at customs. Upon departure from Cuba, you will need to return the card to the check-in agent. Should you misplace your card, a new one can be purchased for CUC$16. Insurance
As of May 1, 2010, all guests must have proof of health insurance to enter Cuba. When entering, guests may be required to present this proof of insurance.
Although your Canadian provincial health insurance card is accepted as sufficient documentation, your provincial health plan may only cover part of the costs—and as with health services to foreigners in many other parts of the world, you’ll need to pay upfront.
To ensure you're covered in case of sickness or emergency, it's recommended that you purchase supplemental health insurance. While you can purchase insurance from your insurer of choice, it's worth noting that policies issued by American insurance companies will not be recognized in Cuba. Vaccinations
Be sure your routine vaccinations are up-to-date. Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Malaria, typhoid and Tetanus are commonly recommended. Visit your local health clinic for additional information. It is also recommended to use mosquito repellant to protect yourself from mosquito-transmitted diseases.