Travel: Study Abroad for Grown-ups


Opportunities & Challenges of Doing Business in Cuba

led by Ambassador Charles Shapiro, president, World Affairs Council of Atlanta

Havana: April 22-26, 2017

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Meet with

  • Cuban government officials to discuss business opportunities
  • American business executives to hear first-hand what it’s like for American businesses operating in Cuba
  • Third country diplomats to get a view of business after the embargo
  • U.S. Embassy officials on U.S.-Cuba relations
  • Cuban entrepreneurs on Cuba’s private sector
  • Economists, historic preservationists and other experts for a nuanced understanding of Cuba
$5,000 per person at historic Havana hotel. Bring a plus one for an additional $3,800*.


For the more adventurous:
$4,000 per person at a B&B. Bring a plus one for an additional $3,200*.

*Reduced pricing for “plus one” is based on double occupancy.

The price includes

  • hotel
  • ground transportation
  • private meetings
  • group meals
  • English language
  • guides
  • tips
  • health insurance

What is not included

  • Travel to and from Atlanta to Havana
  • Cuba visas
    Visa is available through Delta or $100 through our travel agent.
  • Travelers are strongly urged to take out travel insurance. The company that we are working with, Cuba Educational Travel, recommends the following companies:

All sales are final. However, if time permits, registration can be transferred to another traveler, for a change fee (fee varies depending of date of transfer).

Do you have questions?

Contact Clare Higgins Morton at »