So near, yet so far. Until now.
That's the condition coming to an end, albeit slowly, for those in the United States who have longed to visit Cuba. After more than a half-century Cuba's isolation from its northern neighbor has ended. Some restrictions apply, as US citizens cannot travel independently and must be part of an approved tour group that connects with the Cuban people and their culture and history.
Because of its relative isolation, much of Cuba is still in a time warp: beautiful, ancient streets and plazas, stunning undeveloped beaches, iconic cars lovingly cared for since the 1940s and 50s. Cuba also contains some of the finest national parks and reserves in the Americas, a fact little known in the US.
Our Cuba tours focus on this fascinating country's people, music, history and nature. These trips explore these areas in-depth in multiple locations around the island, making them perfect for photographers, those interested in wildlife and nature, birders and learning more of this fascinating culture.
We offer several ways to explore Cuba - both by land and by sea, scheduled departures as well as custom trips led by expert local Cuban guides.