“Tour leader Jim Rosenthal was extremely well versed on Southeast Asia, and very approachable. A superb tour leader.”
Journey to Cuba
Through a series of meetings and guest speakers we learn about art, dance, medicine, history, education, religion and the economy. This is an extensive and intense learning experience built on the foundation of meeting Cubans and creating a meaningful exchange of ideas and information. Explore the old city as we learn about Havana's history and architecture. Meet with farmers and visit an artist community project in the Vinales Valley. See how small private enterprises are growing throughout the island. Converse with students during a visit to the premier art school in the country. Meet with dancers and learn about flamenco. Take a tour of the excellent Fine Arts Museum with a top curator who explains how politics and social concerns are communicated through art. Discuss U.S. foreign policy with Cuba during a visit to the U.S. Interests Section. Stay seven nights at the 5-star Parque Central Hotel in Havana. Join us for a private and exclusive program with the Commonwealth Club.
March 15-22, 2013 - Havana and Vinales Valley
All participants must agree in writing to take part in the activities of the tour and abide by the license requirements set by the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control.
$4,685 per person, based on double occupancy and including charter air from Miami to Havana.
Travelers should arrive to Miami the day before any program, so as to ensure making the charter flight to Havana on the first day of the trip. (Airport hotel information will be provided.) Single room supplement is $450.
Trip is limited to 20 travelers.