Gardens, Culture, History, Art and Music
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"I travel regularly, but this was my first experience with Earthbound. I cannot praise the team enough. Our guide Ale and Matthew performed above and beyond my expectations. The trip was well organized, and balanced must see with leisure. In addition to the music, there were a number of memorable activities. I would recommend Earthbound and intend to travel with them again."
Gladys - 2018 Cuba Guest
Plan your small group tour of Cuba with 10 or more guests! Using the fascinating city of Havana as your home base, set out to explore organic farms, the National Museum of Fine Arts, Hemingway’s haunts, and attend a special jazz workshop with Cuban musicians. Stroll the famous Malecón, wander in the picturesque historic center of Havana, lounge in a doorway in your fedora and ride in a classic convertible, all to the sultry sounds of Cuban jazz! This incredible one-week adventure can be specially designed for the curious traveler who has an interest in gardens, music, art, history and culture.
Organic farm & produce markets
Hemingway's home, Finca Vigia
Old Havana historic walking tour
The Museum of the Revolution
National Art School tour
Multiple musical events
Cruising in 1950 classic cars
Dining in Havana's top restaurants
You will be travelling under a “people to people” license, which means that our days will be filled with many fun educational experiences. Your day will begin around 8:30am and end around 5:00pm. This is not a trip for those looking for a leisurely, five star beach holiday or a deluxe resort experience. Travelers who arrive in Havana with a sense of humor, an open mind, and are ready to be flexible, will absolutely fall in love with the people and culture of Cuba.
Recruit a group of just 10 travelers or more and you can customize any one of our handcrafted itineraries to make it all your own - private guide included!
Call our office today to create a memorable and authentic Cuban journey: 1-800-723-8454!
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