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Traveling to Cuba can be a mesmerizing experience. Just 90 miles from the coast of Florida, the tense bilateral relationship and the U.S. embargo have kept many Americans from visiting the island over the last 5 decades. The Cuban people, however, await U.S. visitors with open arms, ready to share their culture and history with their guests. Cuba's many advances in education, health and the social sciences, as well as our cultural affinities, mean that we have a lot to learn from each other. Traveling to Cuba provides Americans with the opportunity to learn side-by-side with Cubans about issues of mutual interest, and share insight into issues that confront our two nations.
Cuba is well known for its lively music, beautiful art, incredible architecture, success in sports and pure culture. However, more than anything, it's known for the kindness, creativity and resolve of its people. Traveling to Cuba allows us to build bridges between our two nations and come closer to dealing with issues that politicians have created and failed to resolve over many years.
Moreover, as one of the safest countries in the Western Hemisphere, it's hard to find a place where you can get farther off the beaten track and learn more about yourself, your friends and family and your neighbors to the south. Isolated from U.S. cellphones and wireless internet service for the most part, and absent the billboards and advertising campaigns of the Capitalist world, a few days with the common people in the streets of Old Havana and the valleys of Pinar del Rio can have a transformative effect.
Cuba Educational Travel currently has spots open on the following upcoming trips to Cuba:
Sample Family Itinerary : Art, Culture, History, Politics, and Economics in Cuba
Holiday Trip 1 (Havana & Viñales): December 26, 2017 - January 2, 2018
New Year's in Cuba (Havana only): December 28 - January 1
Getting to Know 21st Century Cuba: Art, Culture, History, Politics, and Economics – February 11-18
Getting to Know 21st Century Cuba: Art, Culture, History, Politics, and Economics – March 10-17
Cuba Spring Break 1: March 17-24, 2018
Cuba Spring Break 2: March 24-31, 2018
Getting to Know 21st Century Cuba: Art, Culture, History, Politics, and Economics – April 7-18
Please register for trips directly above. Feel free to contact Adam Linderman (email@example.com) or Vivian Ramos (Vivian@cubaeducationaltravel.com) with any additional questions you may have.
Cuba Educational Travel organizes custom trips for groups of any size. With longstanding connections and years of knowhow, CET can coordinates thematic trips for business leaders, families, university programs, professional associations, groups of friends or couples that will put you in the places you want to be, and connect you with the right Cubans. No group is too small, and no theme or geographical area of Cuba is out of reach. Please contact us today if you’re interested in putting together a customized, private visit to Cuba.