|(TV commercial captured by Inha Hale)|
I mention tour operators because individual travel--except by journalists, business people or doctors (under very strict guidelines), and persons visiting family members in Cuba-- is still verboten under the law. To visit, one will have to go under the auspices of a religious organization (a term very loosely defined for constitutional reasons, so yes, you could likely form your own church and then announce a tour); an educational institution (tellingly, you don't have to be pursuing a degree to take an educational trip); or some volunteer vacation organizations.
To read the legalese put out yesterday by the Department of the Treasury, click here.
Organizations that I expect to see announcements of tours from soon include: Marazul and Cuba Education Tours.