2023 Summer Youth Baseball Tournament in Havana
2023 Summer Youth Baseball Tournament in Havana, pared with activities which case Havana’s colorful culture, is an opportunity for our youth to discover…
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Day 1 - Travel to Cuba, Dinner at Hotel, Cannon Fire Ceremony
Day 2 - Game #1 and 2, Lunch at Baseball Field, Dinner at Hotel
Day 3 - Game #3, Lunch at Hotel, Capitol Building, Colonial Plazas, Dinner at Local Restaurant
Day 4 - Fun Game & Ability Competition, Farewell Pizza Party with Cuban Team, Visit to Latinoamericano and Private Baseball Museum, Farewell Dinner at El Carbon
Day 5 - Goodbye Cuba!
Travel to Cuba, Dinner at Hotel, Cannon Fire Ceremony
Travel to Cuba. Pick up at Jose Marti International Airport in Havana. Check in at hotel, lunch or snack included depending on the arrival time. Take time to rest before dinner at hotel and then be ready at 7:00 pm to visit the Cannon Fire Ceremony. Since the 1700's, this event takes place at 9 pm, signifying the closing of the city doors. Furthermore, you may shop for souvenirs at the end of the event.
Game #1 and 2, Lunch at Baseball Field, Dinner at Hotel
Pick up at lodging at 8:30 am to transfer to warm up and Game #1. Lunch will be provided at the baseball field. Then, be ready for Game #2. Dinner will be served at the hotel and the rest of the evening is free to explore on your own.
Game #3, Lunch at Hotel, Capitol Building, Colonial Plazas, Dinner at Local Restaurant
Pick up at lodging at 8:30 am to transfer to baseball field to warm up and Game #3. After, transfer to hotel to freshen up and lunch. In the afternoon, tour the majestic Capitol Building at 2:30 pm. The opulent gold plated copula shines with the island's sun, a truly magnificent site. The main doors open into the Room of the Lost Steps, so named because of its unusual acoustics. The lobby displays the impressive statue of La República, the third largest indoor statue in the world stands 17.6m tall. The tour continues to the palatial hallways, the chamber of representatives and the newly established Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Move on to exploring the colonial plazas in Old Havana, named a Unesco Heritage site. First, we will stroll through San Francisco de Asis and Plaza Vieja Plazas. We will stop for lunch at La Vitrola Restaurant, where you may dine outside to watch the goings on the plaza. Next, we will continue to Plaza de Armas and La Cathedral Plazas. The iconic Bodeguita del Medio, made famous but Ernest Hemingway is a most stop!
Dinner will be at a local restaurant in Old Havana.
YFun Game & Ability Competition, Farewell Pizza Party with Cuban Team, Visit to Latinoamericano and Private Baseball Museum, Farewell Dinner at El Carbon our Plan
Pick up at 8:30 am to transfer to baseball field for the fun, mixed game and ability competition. After, enjoy a farewell Pizza Party with the Cuban team and coaches.
From the field, we will visit a private baseball museum and the Latinoamericano professional field. Then, we will stop at the hotel to freshen up and get ready for a special treat, a farewell family dinner at famous Chef's Ivan's El Carbon Restaurant.
The menu includes typical Cuban dishes like "arroz con pollo" and "masitas de cerdo." Chef Ivan uses new recipe ideas from his travels around the world to create his flavorful "Cuban fusion" cuisine. Join the list of many happy clients including the King of Spain, Will Smith, Ben Affleck, Penelope Cruz and others!
Transfer back to Jose Marti International Airport. Check in is 2 1/2 hours prior to departure time.
- Visa & Certification
- Lodging at 4+* Valentin Quinta Avenida with Breakfast
- Daily transportation in tour bus
- 5 Days English/Spanish Speaking Guide
- Entrance to Cannon Fire Ceremony
- Entrance to Capitol Building
- Entrance to Latinoamericano & Private Museum
- 4 Lunches
- 4 Dinners
- Sport package including organized games and bottled water for the kids during the games
- Airfare (which also includes primary medical insurance); we will quote a group price
- Travel insurance (in case of hurricane or other non-foreseeable circumstance)