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Cuba – Caribbean Vibrations: The Beating of Cuba’s Musical Heart
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The ebb and flow of Cuba is omnipresent and is manifested in vibrations that reverberate throughout this dynamic place. Every pore is filled with the low hum of vintage cars that course through the aged streets of Havana, with the sounds of music syncopated to a rhythm of the past. Feet step, hips sway in response to the addictive pulsations. The lull and crescendo of conversation emanate from doors of Havana’s classic bars and spill into the street adding to the chorus of sounds around you. As the ears are enticed by the myriad sounds, the eyes are entranced visual works of genius in colors that draw sight in every direction, creating rhythmic sensations in the mind. In every corner is some expression of the Cuban soul: a splash of color here, a guitar riff there, a serpentine vine crawling up a Spanish arch. It is spice, it is movement, it is the lugubriously refreshing essence of a mojito, it is Cuba

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Land in Marti International Airport and begin your touring through historic Havana. Take an elevator ride to the top of a 375-foot tall tower, part of the Jose Marti memorial, for a panoramic view of Havana. After lunch, take a tour of the Museum of Fine Arts’ Cuban Collection, housed in the beautiful Palacio de Bellas Artes, which boasts the largest collection of works by Cuban artists in the world. Visit with members of the Cuban Museum of Music and learn about music in Cuba with a small gathering of musicians. After dinner at Café Elite, a local Paladar, get your first taste of nightlife at one of Havana’s venerable bars. HOTEL SARATOGA.


Prices vary by season and package. Please inquire by phone at (800) 627-1244 or email for more information and a pricing estimate.

1. Due to the nature of the activities, the program is subject to change without notice. In the event certain activities are no longer available, we will make every effort for a substitute of a similar activity or experience.
2. This program is organized under the auspice of the general licensed educational for people-to-people travel sponsored by Classic Escapes under CFR 515.565(b). Unlike most programs we operate throughout the world, licensing requires that all participants engage in a full-time schedule of educational activities (people-topeople). There will be limited to no free time on this program to fulfill the requirements.

  • Superior accommodations as indicated, or best available.
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily while in Cuba.
  • All transfers and tours by private motor coach.
  • Complimentary bottled water in vehicles and with meals.
  • Professional guide throughout.
  • All applicable hotel and lodge taxes and gratuities for baggage handling.
  • All park entry fees.
  • Visa fees.
  • Complimentary baggage tags and passport wallet.
Cuba’s climate is mild and subtropical. Throughout the year, temperatures range between 65 degrees and 95 degrees, making it a wonderful destination to visit particularly in the winter. The rainy season is May to October, but it does not rain every day or all day, although there can be torrential rain at times, including hurricanes between June and November. The dry season is November through April.