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Yes! You can travel to Cuba individually and support private enterprises while you learn from the Cuban people and visit so many amazing attractions.  This is the perfect way to connect with Cuba!

Customize Your Package by Adding Airfare, More Days and Activites in/or Outside Havana! Your itinerary will be based on your own interest – this is a suggested, general guideline.

Ways to meet the requirements of this Category (Support & Promote Independent Activity to Strengthen Civil Society)

• Provide support by bringing needed contributions like toiletries, home goods, gently-worn clothing/footwear, confectionaries, souvenirs, etc.
• Lodge at a private casa particular (B&B)
• Use private transportation
• Eat at private “paladares” (restaurants).
• Visit with Cuban families to learn about their goals and to get insight into ways to help in the future (vocation training, small business, etc.).
• Engage with locals with licenses (car readers, artists, musicians, book sellers, etc.)
• Use a Cuban guide to explain all the important processes in Cuba (what type of licenses Cuba is providing for private businesses, how private enterprises work, and ways to support private projects).
• Must engage in these type of activities full time (minimum of 6 hrs a day), and keep receipts and itineraries for 5 years.

Disclaimer: The information provided on this itinerary is based on industry practices and standard interpretations of OFAC rules and does not constitute legal advice. For more information call OFAC at 202-622-2480

Note: Further your knowledge by visiting cultural and historical sites to learn more about the Cuban culture (not a support activity)

4 Days / 3 Nights Package

Economic Package

  • Visitor’s Visa
  • Lodging at private casa particular (B&B)
  • Breakfast at B&B (Supports private enterprise)
  • Private, Air Conditioned Transportation in Havana
  • 1 day private guide to explain and connect you to various meaningful experiences
  • Visits to cultural and historical sites

**TIPS for services not included**

 

Additional Services

  • Upgrades: Entrances to Museums; Cabaret Parisien Show & Dinner, Private Guide Days
  • Make it a 5 Days Trip and add either a day tour to Vinales or Varadero from $689 pp. 
  • For 6+ Days, contact us for a quote.
  • Add Roundtrip Airfare, get a quote by contacting us at (954) 368-0546 or letty@lettycuba.com.

PAYMENT & CANCELLATION POLICY

  • Only $50 non-refundable deposit to book tour!
  • Balance is due 30 days prior to arrival date (flexible payment plan available)
  • No refunds will be issued within 30 days prior to arrival.
  • Airfare most be paid in full to make reservation
  • Travel Insurance is available through Alpha Travel https://alphatravelassist.com/A1
Itinerary

Day 1 -Welcome to Havana!Welcome to Havana - Meet Our Cuban Team & Private House Host! This day Itinerary may change based on flight arrival times.

Pick up at Jose Marti Airport. Meet Letty’s Cuba driver & English speaking guide. Exchange your dollars to Cuban CUC’s.

Panoramic view of Plaza de la Revolucion, Bosque de la Habana, Vedado, Malecon. Your guide will give you an overview of the main neighborhoods of Havana and its people.

Lunch at oceanfront Castropol paladar (Only included with Deluxe Package).

Check in at a Bed & Breakfast, a great way to support private enterprise in Cuba. Through your stay, the staff will describe the B&B business in today’s Cuba.

Visit the heart of Old Havana. Starting at Parque Central, walk to El Capitolio, Gran Teatro de la Habana, Paseo Prado towards the Habana Malecon where you can meet with various artists, musicians and local people trading or selling properties. Learning from the Cubans is a great way to learn how to support their art, music and businesses.

Back to lodging to freshen up. Suggest Air 53 in Vedado for dinner (Not Included).

Day 2Connect with a Cuban family, local artists & Musicians

Visit a Cuban family at “barrio” Lawton. This unique experience will take you into a suburb of Havana where, enjoying a Cuban coffee, the owners, Magaly and Lazaro will give you an insight into their lives. You will see a local “bodega” the small store where Cubans buy their food monthly allowances. The guide will explain the current dual currency system. If you are bringing any donated items or souvenirs, you may leave with the owner, who will ensure that the donations get to various people in need.

Lunch at La Moneda Cubana at La Catedral Plaza (Only Included with Deluxe Package).

Take a walking tour of Havana’s Colonial Plazas starting at La Catedral. The last of the main squares to be created, this is one of Old Havana’s most beautiful spots. After the plaza was paved in colonial times, wealthy families moved into the area and began building their mansions there. Today the plaza is the home of art galleries, museums and restaurants. Stop by the famous La Bodeguita del Medio (one of Hemingway’s favorite hangouts).

Plaza de Armas, is surrounded by colonial Hotel Santa Isabel, El Templete and Castillo La Fuerza.

Immediately inland of Havana harbor, Plaza San Francisco de Isis is one of the four leading plazas laid out in the 17th century. One of its architecture beauty is the domed Lonja del Comercio and Hotel Palacio del Marques de San Felipe y Santiago de Bejucal.

Plaza Vieja. In the 1980s, when Old Havana was listed by UNESCO as a Cultural Heritage site, architects and restorers began to work to save the Plaza Vieja. Residences around the square are now restored with housing on the top floors and several small museums and art/photo galleries, on the ground floor.

Suggests dinner at Idea’s Restaurant (not included).

Day 3History, Exploring & Shopping from private vendors

Visit the Old Presidential Palace, today, the Museum of the Revolution (included), which features historical artifacts, beautiful ballroom, Batista’s former office, his escape secret stairway, and the original Granma boat in a glass enclosure.

Continue to lively Obispo Street starting at Hemingway’s favorite El Floridita.

Suggest lunch at colonial Sevilla’s (Only Included with Deluxe Package).

Continue walking Obispo Boulevard, passing various shops and bars and interacting with locals. Stop at La Lluvia de Oro for some life music and to support Havana’s Soul Band and a fine musician friend Jorge Vigo Duarte. Towards the end of the Boulevard you will pass Hotel Ambos Mundos, which is now restricted to Americans and home in the city to American writer Ernest Hemingway. In his fifth floor room, he wrote “As the Bell Tolls.”

Stop at Almacenes San Jose at the port for the best selection of souvenirs, art and crafts

Back to lodging to freshen up.

Day 4Bye, Bye Cuba Friends!

Transfer to Jose Marti airport. (Be there 2 and ½ hours prior to your flight time).

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