Last November, Complete Cuba travelers experienced an incredible sunset during their time in Santiago de Cuba. Amy’s photo of that sunset was recently chosen by the Havana Times as their photo of the day.Read More
Amy often takes breaks from her morning run to capture shots before others are out and about. One of her images, “Reflections,” was recently featured by the Havana Times as their photo of the day.Read More
Complete Cuba will announce 2020 legally approved trip opportunities in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to plan your 2020 experience of the Complete Cuba!
OnCubaNews reports that, “The trains with the new cars which arrived from China weeks ago will start working next weekend, the island’s Minister of Transportation Eduardo Rodriguez announced this Monday in a commission of the National Assembly of Cuba.”
We were the first company to take travelers to Hershey, Cuba, just 30 miles but a world away from Havana. This quick video from the Hershey Story Museum in Pennsylvania provides background on this “model industrial town" and shows how it looked back in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. https://bit.ly/2J3L14G
Want to learn more about Hershey, Cuba? This article from the Hershey archives describes the town: https://bit.ly/2J3L3cO and this 40 minute video goes in-depth on the town and its history: https://bit.ly/2X53rvS.
Visiting today shows you a unique part of Cuban history and daily life. Come see Hershey, Cuba for yourself with our October small group trip. There are only 2 spots left, email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
This week we ask you to venture from the Complete Cuba blog and website to take a short read on the blog of Indiana-based photographer James Rice. Jim traveled with us in March of 2018 with the goal of documenting the real Complete Cuba.
Jims work was included in our Complete Cuba gallery show at The Rangefinder Gallery and has been internationally recognized by LFI Photographie GmbH.Read More
Recently Amy and I spoke at the Chicago Travel Meetup about travel to Eastern Cuba. This blog post represents much of what we discussed at the presentation and answers to many of the commonly asked questions. As Cuba became a more popular travel destination during the last 10 years, more and more Americans began traveling to Cuba. In fact President Obama became the first U.S. President to set foot on the island in 90 years since President Coolidge last departed.Read More