Cuba 2021
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Cuba 2021 Go Learn poster


January 30-February 06, 2021
Double Occupancy: $5500 per person
Single Occupancy: $5950 per person
Airfare is not included.

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At Go Learn we take the health and safety of our travelers and trip leaders very seriously. While travel is restricted due to COVID-19, any Go Learn trips that have been suspended or cancelled have been fully refunded. All future trips will be fully refunded if we must cancel them due to further restrictions.


Cuba Revealed: Overview

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The entire trip left me with many wonderful memories of Cuba...The 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 very cool tapas bar at sunset. Two authentic troubadours serenaded us with song and acoustic guitars. Wow! — Go Learn Traveler, Cuba 2017










Can We Still Travel to Cuba?



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 thirty years. The trip starts in Miami, where the group will meet before boarding a flight to Havana the following morning. When 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!





Cuban Street

Trip highlights include:

  • Hotel in Miami, round-trip airfare from Miami to Havana, all ground transportation, 4-5 star accommodations, guides, speaker fees, entrances, daily breakfasts and six hand-picked culinary highlights included. A packed and diverse itinerary with countless learning experiences.
  • Cuban Visa
  • Compliance with the U.S. Treasury Department regulations
  • Comprehensive trip insurance, including sickness/or emergency evacuation insurance
  • Guest speakers such as Miquel Coyula – architect and urban planner, Frank Delgado - renowned Cuban songwriter, and Nancy Benítez – architect, historian and restoration specialist.
  • Guided visits to important sites in Havana: art museums, plazas, working farms, and cigar factories.
  • A visit to Ciénega de Zapata National Park, Playa Giron and the Bay of Pigs Museum, plus nights in easy-going Playa Larga, and picturesque Trinidad.
  • Private tour of San Isidor de los Destiladeros, a striking archeological site of a 18th and 19th century sugar plantation and factory, where we learn about the horrors of slavery, fueling the worldwide trade of sugar.

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 reason in addition to that. Cuba is its art, its music and dance, its architecture, its natural attractions, its history and its culture. Cuba above all is its people. Come sample a bit of all of these in the most remote and unknown of our next-door neighbors.