Immerse yourself in Cuba's history, culture, music and cuisine with this $1899 per person trip that includes nonstop air from Miami to Havana and a visitor's visa.
The ban on travel to Cuba has eased for U.S. citizens in the last year, but only a small number of companies -- including Friendly Planet -- have received people-to-people licenses to bring travelers legally from the States.
This four-night package fosters educational interaction with Cuban residents through planned events every day. Similar offers from other U.S. companies cost at least $530 more per person than this trip.
The following is included in the price:
Highlights include: meeting with experts on U.S.-Cuban relations; learning to salsa at a weekly block party; visiting artists in a neighborhood known for its Afro-Cuban culture; seeing a cigar factory (and learning about the hand-rolling process); learning about the Cuban educational system during a trip to an elementary school; and meeting farmers in the Las Terrazas area. Plus visit with a historian at the mansion and museum of Ernest Hemingway.
Depart from Miami on May 30 or Sept. 19 for this special price. For $100-$200 more, leave May 9; June 20; Sept. 5; Oct. 24; or Dec. 5. Other 2012 departures are also available.
Also available: Spend more time in Cuba with a seven-night, $2799 per person trip that includes more activities and two nights in the Trinidad area. See the link below for more details.
How to Book This Deal
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All taxes are included in the prices listed. The only remaining expense is a Cuba departure tax of about $30 per person, which is paid at the airport.
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