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Illinois Cuba is beautiful

Macomb, Michigan Beautiful place with lots of interesting venues, and people who are friendly and welcoming.
I loved that we ventured out of the city center to see places we.
West Palm Beach, Florida We really enjoyed our trip to Cuba.
people are very nice respectful and friendly, Cuba is very safe, even safer than the US.
We walk late at night.
Brentwood, Tennessee Very interesting .
I now have a better understanding of their history and culture, and can contrast the parts that are better than the US, and parts where the.
Aberdeen, Maryland Without exception, everyone we met in Cuba, both on tour and our own, were warm, welcoming, engaging, and fun to be with: in a word, delightful.
My wife.
Ventura, California We loved this trip.
Everyone was friendly, the food everywhere we went was excellent, and the accommodation s were terrific.
Most special: the food, the people, our tour guide.
Ventnor, New Jersey Mantua, .

New Jersey The Cuban people are very helpful kind and sincere

Great prices on food and drinks – both were awesome.
The experience was very laid back – no rushing from A.
Gadsden, Alabama I love the people.
They were gracious, kind, and beautiful.
I loved talking with the professor and learning about the history of the music.
Our guide Geldrys.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin I had a very positive reaction to the people despite their many limitations .
We enjoy the intimate relationship with our guide and driver.
The interaction was beyond my.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania I was very impressed with the people, the culture, and the spirit of the people.
I can see how they struggle for things we take for granted, wi-fi,.
Palm Desert, California Yardley, Pennsylvania I can’t get Cuba out of my mind.
Gretel was the perfect hostess and guide.
We learned more than I ever imagined.
Can’t wait to go back.
I.
Nashville, .

Tennessee Cuba is an exciting country with a rich and colorful history

I really enjoyed learning about the intricate culture and history.
The Cuban people are friendly, helpful and.
Vienna, Virginia Pontiac, .

Illinois The Cuban people are hard-working and kind

It is a country with a very rich history.
I loved our tour guide Otto Sanchez.
He was excellent and able.
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania Cuba is fascinating, intriguing, alluring, spectacular, beautiful, mysterious and complicated all wrapped up together.
The people of Cuba were so warm and welcoming.
The architecture and American cars.
Frisco, Colorado Frisco, Texas The people are so friendly, hard-working, interesting, and welcoming.
Cuba is a mix of old and new, a beautiful place and so much history.
Liked learning about the.
Il, Illinois Cuba is a wonderful place to visit but still needs investment to develop its tourist base.
People are very nice, polite and helpful.
People who work in the.
Woodside, New York Birmingham, Alabama I was very surprised by the level of satisfaction the Cuban people have for the government and their situation which was contrary to what I supposed.
Everyone was.
New Orleans, Louisiana I was worried before travel that Cuba amenities would be sub-par.
Instead, the hotel, restaurants, pool, and so on were all of an excellent standard.
I loved Cuba.
Roswell, .

Georgia Cuba is beautiful and its people are friendly and helpful

It’s nice to be someplace that hasn’t been overrun by commercial tourism (yet).
I learned so.
Yonkers.

New York We loved every minute of our time in Cuba. Rachel

our tour guide, was absolutely perfect.
She answered all of my pestering questions and was spot-on with.
Nashville.

Tennessee I loved Cuba

its people, and its culture.
A gorgeous island with friendly people and great food.

I enjoyed speaking with a Cuban real estate agent

and the.
Atlanta, Georgia Growing up in America and the story of the Cuban Missile Crisis and Fidel Castro and flying over Cuba to Grand Cayman Island, I remember looking out the.
New York, .

New York Visiting Cuba was everything I hoped for and more

The people are warm, the country is splendid, and the culture full of vibrancy and pulsating energy.
Our tour.
Baltimore, Maryland I love Cuba and was so happy to return for a second trip.
I took my sixteen-year-old grandson, and he had a wonderful time as well.
The people.
New York, New York Colorado Springs, Colorado Memphis, .

Tennessee Not my first visit to Cuba as I was the group leader

Every time the people and culture are AWESOME.
We received ongoing professional service from our tour.
Upper Marlboro, Maryland Sammamish, Washington We loved our trip to Cuba.
Everything was very well-organized, our guide and driver were fantastic.
All of the people we met were extremely friendly and we loved.
Lexington, Kentucky I found the experience quite enlightening.
I enjoyed learning about Cuban culture and people.
I have a greater appreciation and respect for Cuba as a result of our.
Chicago, .

Illinois We enjoyed getting to know the Cuban people and the culture

We were sad that so many beautiful buildings are crumbling and in disrepair.
We loved our trip.
Marietta, Georgia Cuba was a phenomenal visit.
Out tour guide was excellent and very knowledgeable about Cuba and the world.
Pavel truly made our trip very enjoyable.
I wish I.
West Orange, New Jersey Havana, Cuba was amazing.
The people were all so friendly, the food was amazing, and I really enjoyed the music and dancing.
Mojitos, mojitos, mojitos – I love them,.
New York, New York Great people, great history and wonderful learning experience.
Loved each of the scheduled activities, and our very knowledgeable tour guides, as well as the visit with Professor Núñ.
Missouri City, Texas The people are very intimate with their music.
It seems everywhere we went we saw singers, dancers, musicians or all three.
We loved the diversity of the people.
Dallas, Texas This was one of the most memorable cultural and educational exchanges I’ve experienced during my adult life.
Our travel to Cuba was an unforgettable educational experience.
We had.
Chicago, Illinois I was surprised at the resilience and resourcefulness of the Cuban people, who have been cut off from purchasing from the U.
S.
and its allies.
The people.
Broadview, Illinois Caring, imaginative, loving people and nation.
Definitely struggling, but strongly bonded as a community.
Enjoyed the Muraleandro community project visit, suggested by our guide, Laura.
She helped us.
Arvada, Colorado It was a very nice trip, lots to do, learned a lot about the culture and the people.
The cooking and mojito lessons were tops.
The city tour.
Waukegan, Illinois Cuba is beautiful.
The locals are warm and welcoming.
So much history and so many traditions were shared with us during this trip.
The tour was packed with.
Chula Vista, California After four days in Havana, I found the city to be beautiful and historically significant.

All the Cubans with whom I came in contact were kind and generous

Fairfield, Connecticut Charleston.

West Virginia Cubans are resilient

beautiful, friendly.
Loved the variety; getting to see and meet some locals, the different restaurants for the flavors of Cuba; the comfortable hotel; and.
Mamaroneck, New York.

Cuban girls relax in Havana after school

78 The original Cuban culture and natural history tour.
Western Cuba culture tour.
Swirling dreamlike lights, colors, and sounds define Havana at night.
Swirling dreamlike lights, colors, and sounds define Cuba’s dazzling Capitol city at night.
International guests have scores of evening entertainment options from the theater, ballet, dance, and happening clubs.
Havana’s recently restored Gran Teatro was built and paid for in 1838 by Galician Spanish immigrants to serve as their community center.
Today it is home to the Cuban National Ballet.
There’s a very hip bar in its basement open to all.
Photo Ana Lorena.
Eight days, seven nights in Cuba $ 2449 each in double room Single room $ 350 extra Hotels Victoria, Capri, Las Cuevas Discover ancient Trinidad de Cuba Witness the architecture of Cienfuegos Explore the Escambray mountaintops Tour Las Terrazas eco-community See Cuba’s primer organic farm Hot Buena Vista Social Club live show Visit Ernest Hemingway’s Cuban home Trip around the Museum of Modern Art Dine in five-star eateries across Cuba Western Cuba culture tour overview.
Cuba Explorer’s Western Cuba culture tour promises you, as with thousands before, comfortable , safe, fun cultural and nature travel.
It is fully escorted.
From the minute you arrive in Havana until you return home, you are in the conscientious care of a fulltime multilingual Cuban tour guide, and professional bus chauffeur.
Our office is in Havana and operates 24/7 to serve your every need.
From the secret lives of Cubans and their idiosyncratic society to sub rosa environs of endemic flora and fauna, you experience the grand island of the Caribbean just like the first explorers of the New World.
Now, American adventures can make surreptitious discoveries , so close to home, and affordably.
No need to journey to the far reaches of the planet to stumble upon one of the most mysterious social experiments and untainted ecologies imaginable.
Familiar, and yet so fresh.
Cuba is the last vast unspoiled region in our hemisphere.
You’ll glimpse what we’ve lost at home, but not forgotten.
At the same time, .

You’ll meet Cubans on the cutting edge of art and culture

Our island team will share with you planet-friendly innovations and people-first advances of universal free healthcare and education.
The WWF (World Wildlife Federation) describes Cuba as the most environmentally sustainable country in the world.
You’ll learn how Cubans do it.
Western Cuba culture tour map.
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Day 1 • Saturday • Bienvenido a La Habana.
Iconic statue of La Giraldilla, top right, is Havana’s monument to eternal love.
The bronze weathervane atop the tower is the iconic logo of Havana Club rum.
The statue, La Giraldilla, represents a monument to eternal romance.
In 1537, .

The Spanish Crown assigned the Cuban Governor Don Hernando de Soto to explore Florida

His wife, Isabel de Bobadilla, was charged with the administration of the island in his absence.
She spent her life waiting for her husband’s return.
He died by the Mississippi River on June 30, 1540.
Inspired by this legend, sculptor Jerónimo Martín Pinzón cast La Giraldilla around 1630.
Photo Norlys Pérez Padrón.
Arrive at Havana’s airport (HAV).
Group arrival dinner with your guide and tourmates at your accommodations.
Evening entertainment options: Groove to live jazz, relax in a lounge, or revel in a dicey dance show – all within walking distance of your lodging.
Day 2 • Sunday • Getting to know Old Havana and its people.

Cuban youth play on the steps of Havana’s recently renovated Capitol building

Cuban youth play on the steps of Havana’s recently renovated Capitolio de La Habana

home to Cuba’s National Assembly.
In Cuba, all citizens can enjoy visits to their seat of government.
Photo Norlys Pérez Padrón.
Fall in love with Old Havana.
“In terms of beauty, only Venice and Paris surpassed Havana,” penned Ernest Hemingway.
He was alluding to Havana’s incredible architecture, arts, and, of course, the joie de vivre of its engaging people.
Old Havana’s four ancient plazas are full of color and personality, with a mix of palatial buildings, monuments, museums, galleries, churches, lively entertainment, restaurants, and bars.
Together, the four plazas of Old Havana contain the most extensive collection of Spanish colonial-era architecture in Latin America.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, restoration and care of Old Havana’s majestic wonders is assigned to the – the sponsor of Cuba Explorer.
You’ll witness , considered the most beautiful colonial plaza in Latin America, and a symbol of Havana.
Its centerpiece is Catedral de San Cristóbal de La Habana, erected in 1748 by the Jesuit order.
The bones of Christopher Columbus were kept in the church until 1898.
Next, we tour [Square of Arms], an ancient military parade ground for Spanish soldiers, surrounded by such impressive buildings as Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, the former seat of colonial government.
The stately edifice, dating from 1776, houses the Museum of the City.
We continue onto , one of the oldest in the historical quarter, and christened after the magnificent Iglesia y Monasterio de San Francisco de Asís.
Its construction began in 1580.
It features a 138-foot bell tower and contains the remains of Havana’s past elites.
Finally, we visit , laid out in 1559, for public processions, bullfights, and executions.
Later it became home to Havana’s colonial elites and is dominated by their opulent aristocratic 17th-century mansions.
Today it is a hub of shops, cafés, beer gardens, music, and dance.
Art attack.
Examine Cuba’s greatest visual masterpieces spanning three centuries at Havana’s museum of modern art – Palacio de Bellas Artes.
Sections are devoted to landscape, religious subjects, and narrative scenes of Cuban life spanning 300 years.
Together the exhibits account for the richness of the island’s Spanish, French, Chinese, African and Aboriginal cultural roots.
Notable works include those of René Portocarrero and Wilfredo Lam.
You’ll meet and chat with museum staff and perhaps local artists.
Group welcome lunch is served at the private restaurant.
Ideally situated in Plaza Vieja, its friendly staff, quaint atmosphere, and delicious food rank it tops on TripAdvisor.
The restaurant’s slogan, “A single mojito is not enough.” We agree.
Cuba Q and A.
Everything you’ve wanted to know about Cuba, but didn’t know who to ask.
A unique social event set in a relaxing salon with refreshments and snacks.
An opportunity to learn about Cuban culture and US-Cuban relations with an island expert.
Our American guests consider this close encounter a tour highlight.
Dining highlight.
Group welcome dinner at Barbra paladar.
The Madrid-inspired menu offers a variety of international food with distinctly Cuban touches.
Barbra’s (the owner) exquisite taste in food is reflected in the modernist architectural details and furnishings she designed.
You’ll enjoy the intimate bar sporting tasty Cuban cocktails, and live music played on a baby grand piano.
Meet the musicians of the renowned Buena Vista Social Club , and enjoy a performance of their world-renowned pre-Revolution symphonic s that have tilted the world music scene since 1996.
Day 3 • Monday • The natural splendor of rural Cuba.
A Cuban dad takes his daughters to the village in an oxcart.
A Cuban dad takes his daughters to the village in an oxcart so they can access a WiFi hotspot.
Life in Cuba’s rural regions is similar to America in the 1920s.
However, no Cuban goes hungry, and all have access to free education and healthcare.
Photo René Silveira Toledo.
Day excursion to the amazing Las Terrazas just one hour to the west of Havana in Artemisa province.
Once mired in poverty and wholly deforested after centuries of charcoal production for coffee processing and cooking, Las Terrazas today is a vibrant, self-sustaining eco-community.
On arrival to the rural village Rancho Curujey you’ll enjoy a welcome cocktail while learning about the community’s successes in reforestation, historical preservation, environmental balance, and a good life.
Later we’ll walk the incredible ruins of a French Coffee Plantation built in 1801 and worked by African slaves.
Enjoy lunch at an open-air restaurant specializing in traditional country cuisine – La Casa del Campesino – ever popular with tour participants and locals alike.
The eatery is located on the shore of the Río San Juan , making the surroundings a lush tropical paradise.
Your local guide will explain the restoration of the jungles and forests of Las Terrazas and learn the principles and practices that support the region.
Dinner not included in tour cost.
Tonight is an occasion to sample Havana’s stellar private eateries and taste the diversity of the island’s distinctive cuisines.

We’ll provide suggestions for restaurants most popular with Cubans and our travelers

Day 4 • Tuesday • Urban agriculture, Hemingway house.
Organic farming evolved in Cuba as a result of need.
Now it is heralded.
Organic farming developed in Cuba as a result of need, but now it is the norm.
With the collapse of Cuba’s Soviet Union lifeline in 1989, the island lost access to fertilizers and pesticides and sunk into a great food depression.
Quickly island innovators successfully reclaimed age-old agricultural methods.
Today, Cuba’s agricultural outputs are mostly organic and sustainable based on ancient techniques.
Photo Randy Piland.
We’ll visit the UBPC Vivero Organopónico Alamar , 9 miles east of Havana.
It’s one of the most successful urban organic farms in Cuba raising ornamental plants, medicinal herbs, and sprouting millions of seedlings for neighboring private and collective farms.
Established in the early 1990s by a dozen people, the Alamar cooperative now has over 400 members who together supply a vast range of healthy, organic vegetables to nearby communities.
Watch this riveting BBC video on urban organic farms in Havana.
Check out this riveting British Broadcasting Corporation feature from Around the World in 80 Gardens on urban organic farms in Havana, including a walk-through of Vivero Organopónico Alamar by fab host Monty Don.
We have lunch at Ajiaco paladar , considered one of the best private eateries in the country.
Located in the romantic coastal fishing village of Cojímar (the setting for Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea”), Ajiaco paladar [restaurant] is amongst the top-rated eateries on TripAdvisor.
It’s noted for its fantastic service, atmosphere, and food.
Organic fresh produce and other ingredients come from Vivero Organopónico Alamar.
Hemingway’s haunt.
We’re off to visit [Lookout Farm] where North America’s literary titan Ernest Hemingway spent twenty-one of his most productive years penning building blocks of English literature.
Claimed by both the United States and Cuba as their son, it was Hemingway himself who declared the island his true home.
Hemingway’s house remains just as it was when he lived there.
You’ll see his personal effects, thousands of books and photographs, as well as animal trophies, bagged on his numerous African safaris.
Dinner not included in tour cost.
Tonight is an occasion to sample Havana’s stellar private eateries and taste the diversity of the island’s distinctive cuisines.
We’ll provide suggestions for restaurants most popular with Cubans and our travelers.

Day 5 • Wednesday • Historic Cienfuegos + Trinidad de Cuba

Cienfuegos’ central cathedral and a 1955 Dodge Kingsway.
Cienfuegos’ central cathedral and a 1955 Dodge Kingsway.
The Spanish monarchy, worried about the large population of African slaves in central Cuba, and a possible slave-led revolution like in Haiti in 1804, encouraged white French immigrants to colonize Cienfuegos.
Photo René Silveira Toledo.
Enroute to Trinidad, we’ll visit beautiful Cienfuegos settled by French immigrants in 1819.
The city, known as the “Pearl of the South,” is a UNESCO Cultural Heritage of Humanity site for its wealth of stunning French Caribbean-style buildings.
You’ll walk the mansion studded central Plaza Martí , the location of the original colony.
We’ll visit a neoclassical Catholic Cathedral built with donations from wealthy slave-owning families from Bordeaux France, New Orleans, and Philadelphia.
Inside the Cathedral an intricately rendered stained glass mural of the Twelve Apostles from Paris will awe you.
The original machinery of the Cathedral’s tower clock also crafted in France and keeps on ticking to this day.
Naturally, Cienfuegos boasts a replica of the Arc de Triomphe in its central plaza.
Lunch at the family restaurant Villa Lagarto set on the water’s edge overlooking the bay of Cienfuegos.
Enjoy sea breezes and great views during this authentic Cuban dining experience.
Onward to the historic city of Trinidad de Cuba.
Check-in to your hotel, enjoy a welcome cocktail, freshen up, and get comfortable.
Trinidad welcome dinner at El Bolo Vista Gourmet private restaurant.
Perched on an ancient terrace above Trinidad’s red-tiled rooftops you’ll gape over breathtaking views of the city.
This evening you might choose to visit Casa de la Música or Casa de la Trova – both great music venues, .

With opportunities to chat and dance with Cubans and your tour companions

Day 6 • Thursday • Mountaintop excursion and nature romp.
Trinidad de Cuba.
Founded in 1514, it was one of Cuba’s first seven colonial villages.
Trinidad de Cuba, founded in 1514 by Spanish conquistador Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar, is 93 years older than the first English Jamestown colony in Virginia.
Even in the olden days, nearly five generations before the English stepped foot in North America, Spain and Portugal had established roots in the hemisphere.
Photo Norlys Pérez Padrón.
This morning we board Soviet Army trucks to climb the peaks of Topes de Collantes in the Escambray Mountains.
The Escambrays comprise the island’s second-highest range, reaching to 3,700 feet atop Pico San Juan.
The mountains harbor small villages and are a pure delight for birders and naturalists alike.
Dramatic slopes are swathed in Caribbean pines, ancient tree ferns, bamboo, and eucalyptus.
It’s the perfect environment to spot the Cuban parakeet, Fernandina’s flicker, the Cuban parrot, the Cuban pygmy owl (about the size of a robin), and the Gundlach’s hawk.
Upon arrival at Hacienda Codina , an old Spanish coffee plantation, we’ll enjoy a traditional Cuban lunch.
Next we’ll take a walking tour of the area to admire the beauty of the surrounding landscape and the animals and plants it hosts.
After some exploration by foot, we’ll return to Trinidad.
We’ll stop at a mirador [lookout] high above the Valle de los Ingenios [Sugar Mill Valley], also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Sugar was king in Cuba for centuries.
Spaniards introduced the sweetener in 1512.
It enriched conquistadors and nobles returning more wealth than all the gold and silver extracted from Peru and Chile.
It helped make Cuba the wealthiest nation in Latin America.
Sugar’s stellar profits allowed select families to build incredible mansions and monuments.
The lust for sugar was the engine of the African slave trade, redefining ownership of human beings along color lines for the first time in history.
Today sugar plays a greatly diminished role in the island economy.
Dinner not included in tour cost.
Tonight is an occasion to sample Trinidad’s stellar private eateries and taste the diversity of the island’s distinctive cuisines.
We’ll provide suggestions for restaurants most popular with Cubans and our travelers.
This evening you might choose to visit Casa de la Música or Casa de la Trova – both great music venues, with opportunities to chat and dance with Cubans and your tour companions.
Day 7 • Friday • UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Trinidad.
Most transportation in Cuba’s countryside is by horse, oxcart, bike, or walking.
Trinidad de Cuba – not a one-horse town.
In Cuba’s remote cities and the countryside, most transportation is by horse, oxcart, bike, walking, or means other than mechanized vehicles.
Photo Ana Lorena.
We’ll explore on foot the historic central plaza of Trinidad de Cuba.
Its buildings, some dating from the mid-1500s, are the most pristine and unflawed on the island.
Road access to Trinidad happened after 1959, before, Trinidad was only accessible by ship.
The village was established in 1514 on orders of the conquistador Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar who traveled to Cuba with Columbus in 1493.
It was from Trinidad de Cuba that conquistador Hernán Cortés launched his attack on the Aztec Empire, toppling its capital of Tenochtitlan [Mexico city].
At that time, Tenochtitlan was the world’s most populous, opulent, and hygienic metropolis.
Visit Plaza Mayor, Museum of Architecture, Museum of the Romantic Era, the central town parish and other amazing sites, some dating back centuries.
We will wander the streets of Trinidad’s historical center and examine the oldest architecture in the Americas with local Cubans.
You’ll immediately see why UNESCO declared the city a World Heritage Site in 1988.
Trinidad is well known for its pottery makers.
We’ll visit a ceramics workshop operated over five generations by Santander family members.
We’ll meet the artisans who works adorn Trinidad and learn centuries-old craft secrets.
Lunch at Guitarra Mía paladar.

It‘s popular with Cubans and foreigners alike for its great food

excellent service, beautiful setting, and atmosphere, with a focus on service and quality.
Look forward to something special.
Return to Havana.
Check-in to your hotel, enjoy a welcome cocktail, freshen up, and get comfortable.
Farewell group dinner.
In the heart of Vedado, set in an elegant mansion is one of Havana’s best restaurants, El Atelier.
Its menu changes daily at the chef’s discretion based on the availability of fresh produce.
Aside from El Atelier’s selection of to-die-for dishes, and excellent service, the atmosphere is worth the visit if only for a cocktail and the view.
El Atelier has been among the city’s best eateries for years with Cubans and foreign guests.
President Obama , First Lady Michelle, and daughters Malia and Sasha dined at El Atelier in 2016.
Evening entertainment options: Groove to live jazz, relax in a lounge, or explore the sounds of the city – all within walking distance of your lodging.
Day 8 • Saturday • Say goodbye to Cuba.
For now.
Two Cuban primary students relax on the street after school.
Cuban girls relax in Havana after school.
Photo Ana Lorena.
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12345678 Without exception, everyone we met in Cuba, both on tour and our own, were warm, welcoming, engaging, and fun to be with: in a word, delightful.
My wife.
Ventura, California Cuba is an exciting country with a rich and colorful history.
I really enjoyed learning about the intricate culture and history.
The Cuban people are friendly, helpful and.
Vienna, Virginia Fell in love with Cuba and our fantastic guide Pavel.
The food and artistic performances were tops.
The rainforest walks outside of Trinidad and seeing all the birds.
read more Candace Nelson Concord, Massachusetts This was my second time visiting Cuba with you.
I loved everything about it.
Our guide Geldrys and coach driver were so knowledgeable, helpful, funny, interesting.
Kudos.
Rhonda Evans Newburyport, Massachusetts All very positive.
The people are lovely and the culture very rich.
We had a great guide, Geldrys.
I preferred the Hotel Victoria over the Hotel Capri.
Much.
read more Deborah Cairns Jacksonville, Florida This was a tour extraordinaire.
I love the people of Cuba and the culture they’ve preserved.
I admire the young and old, who know the real history of.
read more Francine Vickers Queen Creek, Arizona Having a safe driver and knowledgeable guide made me feel secure the whole time.
Everyone we met was friendly and pleasant.
Culture is different then what we are.
read more Kaya Sarzynska Gilbert, Arizona I fell in love with this country, it’s beautiful.
I’m glad we the opportunity to take the trip.
Our tour guide Mandy and driver Ray were the best.
read more Lenore Fritzenkotter San Diego, California The Cuban people are very gracious in their response to your giving or purchasing.
I had very good exchanges when speaking with them.
From a taxi driver to.
read more Charlotte Calles Santa Fe, New Mexico Although Cuba is a third world country it doesn’t seem to suffer issues of past communists nations, even though it has a communist party running things.
Hands.
read more Kenneth Songer Orange, Massachusetts It was very nice to be able to travel to Cuba and see Havana, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad.
We really enjoyed the culture of Cuba and learning more about.
read more Diane Rezaii Apollo Beach, Florida Wonderful, honest, warm people.
Beautiful, verdant land.
Our fellow travelers were fun and, of course, Geldryys our guide, and Gustavo, our driver.
Seeing a transitioning economy was interesting.
read more Jeff Kelley-Day Nederland, Colorado A very interesting country, with a unique history, welcoming and proud people who exhibit a rich, complex and enthralling culture.
Being quite unsure of what to expect, and.
read more William Waltz Indianapolis, Indiana Our impression of Cuba was very positive.
The land was beautiful and the people were very kind and helpful.
Everyone we met was friendly and usually wanted to.
read more Jeanette Alt Spring Green, Select State Amazing.
I had no idea what to expect.
Cuba is such an interesting place, truly unlike any other I have visited.
Cuban society truly is a result of.
read more Jeremy Duffee Homewood, Illinois Beautiful country and friendly accommodating people.
Our tour guide Rosa was tops, and the sights and activities terrific.
Perhaps too much food.
Ingrid Hernquist Princeton, New Jersey The country is beautiful and diverse.
The people are the nicest.
Love the culture.
I was especially interested in the efforts taken to preserve the historic culture, architecture,.
read more Sandra Stokes New Orleans, Louisiana All the activities were very interesting and amazing.
I really enjoyed meeting local people – all were friendly, open and happy to talk with us.
I loved both the.
read more James King Houston, Texas I absolutely loved Cuba, and I will miss the people the most.
Everyone I met was incredibly friendly, and would ask “what country are you from?” Everyone seemed.
read more Ryan De Vries Grand Rapids, Michigan We were impressed by the people, history, and culture of Cuba.
Poverty in Cuba was obvious, and we sincerely hope for Cuba’s fast economic development for all.
Courtesy.
read more Chan Chung Orlando, Florida Trip review from September 2018 Beautiful country, and very friendly and warm people.

Loved interacting with Cubans and hearing about their history

their current lives, and sampling their delicious food.
Liked best the.
read more Sharon Kocsis Madison Heights, Michigan The trip more than reaffirmed that the Cuban people would be kind and welcoming.
We never encountered any hostile attitudes toward us as Americans.
It was also obvious.
read more Kermit Thobaben Arcata, California I have high regards and deep respect for the people of Cuba and their culture.
This trip gave me the opportunity to see first hand the people, places.
read more Lonnie Meaders Laurel, Mississippi Warm, friendly, educated people.
A vibrant culture imbued with the arts and music.
Beautiful physical setting.
The historical sites, such as Old Havana, Trinidad, the old coffee plantation,.
read more Glenn Zarin Millburn, New Jersey Cuba is a beautiful country.
The people we met through the tour were interesting and intelligent.
It was interesting to learn about the revolution and its effect on.
read more Michael Saltzberg Merion, Pennsylvania Absolutely beautiful country.
Warm, inviting, friendly, and cultured people.
Our guide Arlene was amazing, so professional, knowledgeable and friendly.
She went above and beyond to make sure we.
read more Geeti Mahajan Austin, Texas I was very impressed by the whole trip.
The country itself is very beautiful, the weather was great, food was excellent.
Our guide and bus driver were very.
read more T Alan Thompson Tempe, Arizona Wonderful people and extra friendly and helpful.
Cuban attitudes towards tourists is striking.
The country is lush, green and beautiful.
Yet the people really made the greatest impression.
read more T Alan Thompson Tempe, Arizona I enjoyed my experience in Cuba.
I loved the coffee, historical buildings, countryside and the tour guides were very organized, knowledgeable and friendly.
Ana M.
Natal Daly City, California I loved everything about the whole tour.
The people were very friendly, open and willing to help throughout the trip.
Alan Mazer Stony Brook, New York I travel a lot in the USA and Europe and this was a favorite.

The Cubans were all very friendly and welcoming

We enjoyed the music and dancing.
read more Virginia Mulack South Holland, Illinois The architecture and culture were stunning.
Cuban people were friendly and gracious.
Our tour director Jesus and driver Angelo made this trip through Cuba personal and unique.
They.
read more Michael Konkoly Chicago, Illinois Beautiful cities and nature, very friendly people, very safe.
Very heavy emphasis on the arts (painting and music in particular). Grency our tour guide and Alberto our.
read more William Dubishar Seattle, Washington A vibrant, messy (in a good way), modern, yet old-fashioned, make do with what you have place.
Cultured with friendly interesting and interested people.
A very.
read more Mary Shaw Petaluma, California Cubans are warm people and greet each other by hugging and kissing, something we don’t have it in the U.
S.
I felt very secure and safe even.
read more Armen Voskanian Long Beach, California This was a true humanitarian outreach effort.
I was so welcomed by the Cuban people in so many ways – you brought us to your table, literally.
Our conversations.
read more Jennifer Freidenreich Oakland, California Cuba is a BEAUTIFUL country.
The people are very welcoming and appear to be very easy going.
The ability of the people and country to do so much.
read more Betty A Price Oak Park, Illinois Cuba is an amazing country along with its people and their country.
At times I felt like I was in Italy, but Cuba’s just a two hour flight.
read more Denise Stigge Galveston, Texas I have been on many guided tours and this was the best ever.
Especially because of our guide Mandy.
We loved it the people, the beauty of.
read more Susan Sherman Nyc, New York The trip was wonderful, and so much was unexpected.
I knew I’d see underdevelopment and hardship in some places.
What I didn’t realize was how rich the life.
read more Carey Horwitz New York, New York Go.
Don’t hesitate, don’t worry about current political relations, it’s about the people and the culture.
Cuba was very welcoming and the folks I interacted.
read more Julia Hersberger Greensboro, North Carolina It’s a wonderful place.
I am so impressed by what they have accomplished and their positive outlook on life in spite of the many hardships (including those imposed.
read more Teresa Coppedge Ashland, Oregon Cuba is beautiful, beautiful architecture, incredible old cars, the people are very nice and nice to tourists.
A very interesting culture that blends European with Afro-Caribbean culture.
People.
read more Eva Fontheim Washington, District of Columbia The choice of Grency to lead this tour made it a success.
The country is beautiful.
They people warm and friendly. Excellent food and music was wonderful.
read more Steven Good Talent, Oregon Mixed feelings about Cuba, but glad I went. Our tour guide, Cynthia, was amazing.
She was articulate, professional and was very hospitable.
She is a gem.
Eizabeth Micale Lone Tree, Colorado Cuba is rich and vibrant in so many ways.
I especially enjoyed the colonial architecture of Old Havana, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad.
Riding in Soviet trucks to Topes de.
read more Barbara Roth Madison, Wisconsin Fabulous.
Friendly, open and so welcoming.
My guide, Cynthia Bordon, was so informative and helpful I could not have been happier.
Mesa was a great driver.
Laura Crawshaw Portland, Oregon Cuba is a lovely island with a rich history and people’s eager to share their stories.
It’s a culture rich in Caribbean and Spanish influences.
Geographically,.
read more Greacia Herdsman Floral Park, New York I am glad that I went.
Very positive and interesting.
The best parts were our guide Grency. She was wonderful.
My favorite sight was the Hemingway farm.
Oleh Tustaniwsky Brooklyn, New York I love Cuba.
The city of Havana with its historical architecture and friendly people were all I had hoped for in a tour.
Our guide Melenia was excellent.
read more Carol Milligan Gig Harbor, Washington.

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Cunard Extends Pause In Operations

June 9, 2020 Leave a comment Luxury cruise line Cunard, announced today that, as a result of the continued impact of Covid-19, it will be extending the pause in operations.
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Full Season Of Alaska Sailings In 2020 For Cunard

December 20, 2018 Leave a comment Cunard has announced today that it will spend a full season in Alaska from June through to September in 2020 on the newly-refurbished ship, Queen Elizabeth.

Cunard is making its long-awaited return to Alaska in May 2019

after a twenty Read more › Tagged with: , , , , , , , , Posted in , Cunard Launches NEW Holistic Spa Concept.
December 4, 2018 Leave a comment Inspired by the ocean and seamlessly blending natural beauty and timeless luxury.

Cunard has announced the launch of its brand new holistic spa concept

Mareel.

Co-created by Cunard and wellness trailblazer Canyon Ranch

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October 16, 2018 Leave a comment Cunard has announced that world-renowned designer, Adam D Tihany has been appointed Creative Director of its upcoming new ship.
Tihany will oversee the entire interior design process of the much-anticipated, but still unnamed ship.

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September 14, 2018 1 Comment Cunard has announced its expanded voyages for the remainder of 2020, including new sailings to the Norwegian Fjords, Japan and Australia.
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