Travel Guide and Tips
Is it legal to travel to Cuba?
Yes. Our programs ensure that your Educational People to People experience is in alignment with the Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Cuban Assets Control Regulations (CACR). We have you covered!
In addition to providing you a genuine educational experience, we guide you through the hurdles of making it unforgettable. From the moment you arrive in Cuba until your return, our experienced staff will be always be accessible during your trip.
Availability of Travel
At one time there was a high and low season for travel to Cuba. However things are changing very quickly. Our recommendation is that you plan your trip with a 3 month window of time. Shorter time frames are manageable especially if you are flexible.
About your accommodations
Because pictures only tell part of the story, we will never direct you to a property that we have not personally visited or would dare send a relative too. From the nicest hostels to the latest 5-star hotel in Havana. We ♥ you too much to ruin your experience.