Come to Havana with the Council

Cuba and Its People

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

Havana, Cuba: February 28 – March 4, 2019

Download the Itinerary 

Meet with

  • Cuban entrepreneurs and artists
  • Third country diplomats to get a view of business after the embargo
  • U.S. Embassy officials on U.S.-Cuba relations
  • Economists, historic preservationists and other experts for a nuanced understanding of Cuba
$2,350 per person based on double occupancy

$2,575  single occupancy

The price includes

  • 4 nights’ accommodations in Cuba
  • Daily breakfast
  • Meals (as specified on the itinerary)
  • Meal reservations (as specified on the itinerary)
  • Professional, bilingual guide for listed activities
  • Local ground transportation for listed activities
  • Pre-trip departure information
  • Compliance with U.S. Treasury Department regulations
  • Speaker fees
  • Admission to all museums and public buildings listed in itinerary
  • Coordination of all listed activities

What is not included

  • Round-trip airfare and Cuban Visa (visas for non-Cuban born travelers are available for purchase from U.S. airlines. In some instances, we can process your visa for $100 per traveler)
  • Meals and activities other than listed on itinerary
  • Individual house or hotel expenses (mini bar, room service, laundry fees, etc.)
  • Tips for local guides, drivers, restaurant service, etc.

 

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 Fernanda Luchine at fluchine@gsu.edu