Cuban woman staffs beach kiosk.
We help Americans witness Cuba in many ways. We want you to come to Cuba – by any method you desire. If we can pitch in and provide support, you’ll make us happy. Cuba’s primary source of income is visitors from abroad. We do all we can to make more friends for Cuba. We do not suffer from over-tourism plaguing popular destinations like London, Paris, and Barcelona. On our island, you are a fabulous exception.
Hosted boutique adventures. Our selection of small group public tours has been refined over two decades to include what Americans love so much about Cuba. These are activity and experience-rich trips open to all. You can choose from a weekend in Havana to an eight-day excursion across western Cuba. Some programs are focused on arts and culture, while others lean towards history and nature. Several trips mix both themes so you can enjoy and learn everything about Cuba. Our boutique adventures are priced so regular Americans can participate, without sacrificing quality of services or amenities. You’ll be one of an elite party of ten or fewer explorers.
Solo guests and female adventurers. We do not use the argument “there is safety in numbers” because it is nearly impossible to get in trouble or harmed in Cuba. We do, however, claim that joining a boutique adventures promises security, fun, and companionship during your stay. You’ll never be lonely. Shared insights and outlooks make for lasting impressions, memories, and new friends.
Private custom tours. The biggest portion of our work in Cuba consists of tailored travel arrangements for families, friends, schools, and organizations. Private custom Cuba trips can be for one person or dozens of guests. You pick and choose what you want to do and see. We make it happen based on your budget requirements.
Independent travelers. All you need to travel is you. But sometimes a little help comes in handy. If you face a roadblock when planning your independent stay, we’re glad to lend a hand. We have an exclusive portfolio of private excursions on Cuban history, culture, architecture, nature, art, and religion. We’d love to share them with you.