Cuba is hot, Hot, HOT!!

Until now, Cuba has always been an inaccessible country for most Americans due to travel restrictions and government regulations.  During 2011, three U.S. tour operators have been selected as approved U.S./Cuba travel partners - so get ready and pack your bags because Cuba is hot, Hot, HOT!!


Globus Tours
'Cuba: A Spiritual, Historical and Cultural Journey' is an 8-day journey that will take visitors on a wonderful learning experience in this unique country.  Tour dates available throughout the 2012 travel season from January to May and again from September to December.  Apply now to get your name on the waiting list - the first confirmations will be sent out on August 10, 2011.  Prices start at $2,899 not including airfare.


Abercrombie & Kent
With departures as early as September 30, 2011, you could be on your way to Cuba before you know it!  (if they haven't already sold out, that is!)  'Cuba: The Forbidden Isle' will take Americans into the capitol of Havana and then onto Trinidad in central Cuba where visitors can experience historical sites, cultural events including salsa dancing, dinners, and of course, those famous Cuban mojitos.  Departures continue into December with prices starting at $4,325 not including airfare.


Insight Cuba
During its inaugural trips to Cuba in 2011, Insight Cuba is offering six different 7 and 8-night tours to choose from - Havana & Trinidad, Cuban Music & Art, Bay of Pigs, Havana Jazz Experience, Havana & Pinar del Rio, and a 4-day/3-night Weekend in Havana.  


Direct Flights with ABC Charters
Weekly direct flights from Miami to Havana with ABC Charters are said to be starting as early as September 11, 2011, with return prices ranging from $399 to $429 not including taxes.  If all goes well, flights will start twice weekly in October.  


To start planning your first ever vacation to Cuba, visit the official website of the Cuban Tourist Board.  And yes, it's a Canadian-based website because the U.S. doesn't have a Cuban tourist office, yet.


Image: Cuba Tourist Board




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