The per person cost for the People tours of Cuba is based on double occupancy of rooms. Single supplement is an additional $300.


Accommodations for the whole tour. We will be staying at what are called Casas De Particulares, run by independent families. This is one of the best ways to travel today in Cuba. All are very nice for Cuban standards most have ensuite baths and AC. All accommodations include breakfast.

Transportation in an air-conditioned vans for the group. With a local guide for all of the trip.

All meals listed as included. All admissions to listed activities are included.


Travel Insurance - Required by the Cuban Government. Included in your airfare.

Visa - $85.
Meals not listed as provided and drinks are paid locally. All gratuities for food, guide, driver and curator.


Support for the Cuban People is a designation used by the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) to refer to travel to Cuba for educational exchanges that don’t involve academic study. Simply put, it’s to describe travel to Cuba that is for the purpose of learning and engaging with the people of Cuba, not for school credit but to encourage and support the Cuban people and to promote independence from Cuban government authorities. These types of educational tours have been around since 2011, but prior to January 16, 2015 a company had to be licensed by OFAC to provide these tours; a long, arduous, and often expensive endeavor. Now these tours can be provided under the general license, which eliminates the need to apply to OFAC.


A few commericial US flights are now re-opened to Cuba and run about $1000 depending on where departing from, please call me before reserving to best coordinate with times of the rest of the group. At present American Airlines is the primary carrier.


The cost of the tour is $3200.   A deposit of $800 is required to hold spot and the balance is due two months prior to departure.  


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