With WYPR Baltimore Public Radio host

35th International Jazz Festival of Havana

January 12 – 19, 2020

“FANTASTIC tour. Alejandro was a terrific host. One of our best trips ever! Thank you.”
Lee and Tony A.
WYPR Travel Almuni

Join WYPR Radio and fellow jazz lovers for a culturally-rich musical journey to Cuba! Sponsored by famed Cuban musician Chucho Valdes and the Cuban Institute of Music, the International Jazz Festival of Havana showcases some of the biggest names in jazz, along with talented new artists. Enjoy the rhythm of Latin jazz in venues scattered throughout Havana. In addition to the festival, we’ll visit 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!

Expedition Highlights

With WYPR Baltimore Public Radio host
Four night pass to the Havana Jazz Festival
A jazz workshop directed by respected Cuban jazz artists
A rumba session
Special insider “Support for the Cuban People”
Multi-course traditional meals as listed in your WYPR itinerary
Bottled water daily and national drinks (local beers & mojitos)
All entrances listed in your itinerary
Airport transfers
for guests on the group flight
Earthbound Expeditions makes an annual contribution to Carbonfund
Gratuities for your driver and guides

Trip Facts

8 Days/7 Nights
$4,150 per person
double occupancy land
$775 Single Supplement (waived if a roommate is confirmed)
Starting in Havana on January 12, 2020
Ending in Havana on January 19, 2020

Optional Group Air: $750 per person with American Airlines round-trip, includes taxes, fees and airport transfers within Cuba.  Also includes mandatory medical insurance.

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Legal Cuba travel operated under the general license, support for the Cuban people. OFAC has amended this general license to require that each traveler utilizing this authorization engage in a full-time schedule of activities that enhance contact with the Cuban people, support civil society in Cuba, or promote the Cuban people’s independence from Cuban authorities and that result in meaningful interactions with individuals in Cuba. The traveler’s schedule of activities must not include free time or recreation in excess of that consistent with a full-time schedule in Cuba. For a complete description of what this general license authorizes and the restrictions that apply, see 31 CFR § 515.574.


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