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A Culture of Arts in Cuba: Exploring Eastern Cuba with Ethical Traveler | January 11-21, 2018 (Jan 24th w/Havana)

A Culture of Arts in Cuba: Exploring Eastern Cuba with Ethical Traveler (with an optional Havana excursion)

January 11-21, 2019 (Jan 24 w/Havana)

Itinerary for the 2019 trip

Malecón, Cuba
Malecón, Cuba © 2013 by Jeff Greenwald

This is the time to visit Cuba! Focusing on the less touristed side of the island, our people-to-people delegation explores Eastern Cuba’s visual arts, music and culture. We’ll visit studios, galleries, World Heritage Sites and neighborhoods being revitalized through imaginative art projects. We’ll also meet with artists, visit community art projects, and experience how art and music help define Cuba’s culture. Guided visits to important museums will also be featured—along with a day to enjoy Cuba’s warm waters.

Artists and writers are encouraged to join us! Each day will include time for sketching, journaling, and/or photography. A great combination of cross-cultural engagement and participation, this journey will bring us face to face with a country’s creative spirit. And our optional excursion provides the opportunity to end your trip with a visit to lively Havana.

Tour Prices:

Eastern Cuba: $3,460 – Double occupancy in 3-4 star hotels, single supplement $900
Havana Add-on: $1,360 ($1,180 meet in Havana) – Double occupancy in 3-4 star hotels, single supplement $420

If you are a single traveler, we will try to match you with another solo traveler of the same sex for twin share accommodations.

Group Size:

10-16 participants

Register for tour:

If you have any questions about the tour or registration process, please contact Malia Everette.

For pictures of Ethical Traveler’s past Cuba trips, please visit our Facebook page.

A Culture of Art and Music: Exploring Eastern Cuba with Ethical Traveler is co-sponsored* by Ethical Traveler and AltruVistas.  This tour adheres to the highest responsible tourism practices and aims to support and economically benefit local communities we visit while concurrently promoting cross-cultural understanding between visitors and locals.  The tour is facilitated by Vaya Sojourns, a licensed Travel Service Provider (TSP) by the Office of Foreign Assets Control to arrange educational travel under the General License or a People-to-People license to Cuba. This is a unique opportunity for Americans to visit Cuba legally and explore the future of US-Cuban relations.

*Itinerary was developed in collaboration by Ethical Traveler and AltruVistas. Tour registration and all trip logistics and facilitation are handled by AltruVistas.

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