Traveling to Cuba
Introducing Cuba, the newest addition to our portfolio of international travel destinations. Our expanded exploration of one of the world’s most sought-after island destinations will allow you to experience the many faces of Cuban culture and its people.
Our people-to-people itineraries take advantage of our short time on the island to pack in as many activities and experiences as possible, perfect for people who literally want to do, eat and drink as much as possible the whole Cuban experience.
What makes our itineraries so different from those offered to the masses?
- Our group size is typically 4-8 passengers, compared to 44, the average Cuba tour group size
- We stay in a small boutique hotel in the heart of Old Havana
- We offer many more hands-on experiences – you’re participating in the experience, not just watching
Learn to make a mojito
Learn how to roll a cigar
Buy ingredients at a market and learn how to cook a Cuban dish
- We take care of all the paperwork for your charter flight from Miami to Havana as well as all visa paperwork
- We include most meals, which include at least 2 alcoholic drinks (mojitos or beer) at lunch and dinner
- We include medical insurance while you are in Cuba
- We include all US airport and Cuban departure taxes
- We include gratuities to all servers at included meals and hotel bell boys
The demand for travel here is so explosive that all departures require very strict and advance notice to confirm extremely limited hotel space. All registration forms must be completed and full payments made no later than January 13, 2017 for May departure and May 24, 2017 for October departure. There are absolutely no exceptions.
Based on 4-6 People
(excluding international air)
Custom Dates and Prices Available • 1.800.670.6984 OR 775.832.5454
ITINERARY at a Glance
Arrive Havana, Plaza de Revolution, Jose Fuster ceramics studio, learn how to make mojitos, Museo de la Revolution, welcome dinner.
Walk around and photograph Old Havana, Plaza de Armas’s old book collectors, Plaza Vieja, Plaza de la Cathedral, visit bakery to taste sweet treats, meet printmakers at their workshop, stop at seaside village of Cojimar, visit Hemingway’s private home, wander around Cuba’s biggest flea market.
Head to countryside to meet tobacco and coffee farmer & his family, taste homemade coffee, learn how to roll your own cigar, visit a women-only tobacco “stripping” house, explore Valley of Viñales.
Stop at iconic Hotel Nacional, shop at market and learn how to cook a popular Cuban dish, visit Colon Cemetery, meet a dance troupe.
Morro Fortress, drive to northern coast to visit Matanzas & Bride of Bacunayagua, taste the best Piña Colada on the island, visit Ediciones Vigia print shop where they hand-make books, a sculptor’s gallery, and a pharmacy from the 1800s, farewell dinner.
Transfer to airport for flight back to Miami.