Travelers are allowed to bring in personal belongings including camera and video camera a mobile, personal jewelry, a personal computer, sporting equipment, wheelchair for the disabled, personal portable devices such as flash memory, MP3, MP4, TABLET IPOD among others.
Internet access in Cuba could be kind of expensive, though ETECSA the national IT company has been doing some in this field.

Wi-Fi access for a price is available in hotels some squares around every city nowadays.

The way it works requires that you buy a scratch card with username/password which you then enter into the PC connected to the internet or use it through you cell phone connected to an available wireless signal.

It allows you to use most devices like cell phones, Tablet either android or Apple devices.

The quality of service varies and could be slower than you expect.

No. all the companies sanctioned by the US are all of them related to Grupo de Administración Empresarial (GAESA) among others. See this link for more details

Most local restaurants where you will be visiting for having lunch or dinner are privately owned and they only take cash.

Airport taxes are most of them already included in the price of your travel ticket nowadays. But make sure you save at least 25 CUC (Cuban Convertible Pesos) in cash for your departure in case your ticket does not include it.

Almost every visitors leaving Cuba can buy at least 50 cigars and also 1.14 liters of rum, for example, the equivalent of two regular-sized bottles of 750 ml.

Of course. Our programs are just a proposition.
The order of the places you'll go can be changed as much as you want and if you want to stay a bit longer in some places it can also be arranged.
Even if tap water is drinkable, we advise not to drink it just as a preventive measure to avoid tropical illnesses.
We strongly recommend buying the water at the airport as soon as you land. If you are traveling with children even more.
No, but for security reasons we recommend you to have a photocopy of your passport.
Also, you will need your passport if you are going to exchange cash at a bank or at local offices for currency change (CADECA) during your tour.
Voltage in offices, hotels and other establishments is almost always 110 V / 60 HZ, it could be possible that some establishments have 220 V / 60 HZ. Most outlets are for flat plugs.
Cuba generally has the reputation as a safe location for tourists and there are usually police on every block.
Cuba has one of the lowest homicide rates in the Americas and the government works hard to keep its reputation as a bastion of safety.
Also, all the places that we visit in our tours are completely safe.
Of course, you are allowed but the maximum value of any gifts brought to Cuba must be less than US$ 50.
Items exceeding this amount will be subject to a 100% to an import tax.
For more details refer to the website of the Cuban Customs
Cuba is safe overall as long as you are careful about what you eat and drink.
Mosquito born illnesses are not a significant concern on most of Cuba although you should be aware if there is an outbreak of dengue.
Tap water in Cuba is not considered as reasonably safe to drink. Most Cuban households will boil water before drinking and foreigners should buy the bottles of water as soon as they land.
Yes. You can choose a classic American car or a modern car among our options. VW Passat, Buick Le Sabre 1960, Chevrolet Belair 1957, Chevrolet Belair 1956 or Ford Custom Line 1957.
Special pharmacies for foreigners are available.
These have limited supplies however also should not be relied on especially outside of Havana for specialist medicines or prescription medicines (although typically they will have alternatives).
We recommend that a fully stocked medical kit should be packed as part of your travel luggage just in case.
The most stable currency exchange rate in Cuba is the USD Dollars (1 USD ~ 0.87 CUC) most of the times. 
With CUC (Cuba Convertible Pesos). You can change any currency into it.
Even the U.S dollar can be changed at bank offices at international airports and also local offices for currency change (Cadeca).
The clothing we recommended to be light, mainly during summer, so it would be best to wear shorts, cotton and flannel outfits and sandals.

Sunglasses are highly recommended and your sunscreen too.

As for winter, a light jacket or a fine sweater and closed comfortable shoes would do, mainly at night.
If you have some remaining local currency (CUC), you can be changed at bank offices at international airports and also local offices for currency change ( Cadeca ).
No place for scams since all banks and office for currency exchange are all government owned and very well protected.
We pride ourselves in providing our customers with a personalized experience.
In order to achieve that, we take into account every detail requested in your submission.
After we analyze your request we will send you an accurate quotation by email.
The national phone company ETECSA has roaming agreements with most major international carriers so theoretically, your phone should work in Cuba.
You should, though, check rates before you go since there are some stories of people who have used their cell phones to access data packages as well as voice and received huge roaming bills back home!
As a general rule roaming is great for texts but extremely expensive for voice calls and variable for data access.