The wonderful Cuban people we met revealed the soul of Cuba by generously sharing their passion, creativity and knowledge with us. I especially enjoyed the last night in Havana when we gathered at the Madrigal at sunset and two authentic troubadours serenaded us with song and guitars. Wow!
— Go Learn Cuba Traveler, Feb. 2017
Al Campbell, U Professor Emeritus in Economics, will lead an incredible Go Learn journey to Cuba, where he has researched, lived and played for the past twenty years. The trip starts in Miami, where the group will meet before boarding a flight to Havana the following morning. While in Cuba, we have included all ground transportation, entrances and local guides, and some of the most amazing hotels and scrumptious meals Cuba has to offer.
This meticulously planned and executed trip was created in partnership with Cuba Educational Travel, who holds a license from the U.S. Treasury Department (CT-2013-303986-1) to arrange educational trips to the island, meaning your memorable visit to Cuba is fully sanctioned by the U.S. government. We hope you join us on this trip of a lifetime!
Cuba is known world-wide for its distinctive socio-political-economic system, but as any of the 2 million non-American tourists who go there every year would confirm, it's fascinating for many reasons in addition to that. Cuba has its art, music, and dance, its architecture and natural attractions, its history and culture. Cuba has, above all, its people. Come sample a bit of all of these in the most remote and unknown of our next-door neighbors.
I Hear the Rules Are Changing
In the past few years the US has been relaxing the rules on travel to Cuba. Under the Trump administration, this openness may be reversed. In that case, Go Learn's tour will still be legal and licensable. Because this is an educational, people-to-people tour, it is permitted under the guidelines outlined by the Treasury Department and the Office of Foreign Assets Control.
Will Americans Be Able to Travel to Cuba at all?
A total ban on travel to Cuba is very unlikely, but if that became the case, Go Learn would issue a full refund to all enrolled travelers. Again, this scenario is unlikely—if things do change, they will probably revert to the old rules, which this tour abides by.
Still not convinced? Read reports on our blog about our tours.
Double Occupancy: $5600
Single Supplement: $500
Airfare is not included.
Reserve your spot!
Photos courtesy Judy Kiel, Stephen Colebourne, Pablo Bordón