I'm hoping to visit Cuba for a few days during my trip to the US. I'll be staying in Tampa, so a direct flight to Havana is possible, and probably the cheapest option. I've read about the travel restriction if you leave from the US, and how they have changed earlier this year. I will try to find a way to travel under the "support-for-the-Cuban-people" category.
I'd like to hear from non-US citizens who have travelled successfully to Cuba from the US since July 2019.
What is an example of an acceptable itinerary? I'd like to stay at a casa particular, which falls into that category, but I'm unsure of other activities. I'm going to plan this myself and not use a travel company.
Also, as a non-US citizen, what process will I go through at the border when I leave, and when I return? Do I need to provide an itinerary when I leave (and how much detail does it need), and do I need to provide proof of my activities when I return (and what should I show)?
What kind of consequences are there if on my return to the US if I don't have enough supporting evidence?