Complete Cuba will announce 2020 legally approved trip opportunities in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to plan your 2020 experience of the Complete Cuba!
Every year the number of tourist visitors to Cuba grows. In fact, Cuba has seen 12 consecutive years of tourism growth. While tourism brings needed capital to the island nation, it also brings change. If you want to experience the island that is so interesting to literary scholars, photographers, history buffs, environmentalists, conservationists, ethnomusicologists, cigar aficionados, and inquisitive travelers, the time is certainly now.
Check out this recent article in Forbes for more on the expanding travel industry.
The New York Times calls it an “island that has played both paradise and prison.” Travelers on our March 2019 trip will call La Isla de la Juventud, the Isle of Youth, home for two days. Go beyond the headlines and join us in exploring the Complete Cuba this March. Get ready by reading the New York Times’ take:
You can check out the full details at http://www.completecuba.com/march-2019/, but highlights will include 4 nights in Havana, including a day trip to untouristed Hershey, Cuba, and an overnight visit to the Isle of Youth, the island that sits just 30 miles off the coast of Cuba but is rarely visited by Americans. Our March trip is acollaboration with Tamarkin Camera, America’s Premier Leica Specialist, so travelers will have the chance to borrow any Leica equipment they would like to try out during the trip, as well as additional photo walks with Dan Tamarkin. Check out http://www.completecuba.com/march-2019/ and email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot today!Read More