Where in the world: 9-day Cuba adventure
Book by: Until Sold Out
Departure Dates: April – Nov ’15
Why I Like It: Cuba is a vibrant island country in the Caribbean with much to offer, including friendly people, delicious Cuban cuisine, the best rum and finest cigars, and music that will make you want to get up and dance even if you have two left feet! Yet most of us haven’t visited Cuba because of a government travel embargo. Now, however, our current administration is promising this will change. Whatever “normalizing our relations with Cuba” means exactly for travelers and until that happens, you should know you can go to Cuba right now and enjoy an amazing adventure. Learn about a trip that takes travelers to Hemingway’s Cuban writing retreat, exotic Trinidad (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), bustling Havana, and much more–including a Rumba Block Party and dinner at a paladar!
FYI: All-inclusive! We’re talking all meals, all lodging, all activities, airfare (private charter flight), all transfers and transportation, and this well-rounded itinerary from top tour operator. Plus, this is a great itinerary. You can now bring some goods (including cigars) back home with you! In light of recent promises by our government to change our relations to Cuba, there has been a surge in interest in travel to this island paradise. Trips are booking up fast so don’t delay if you’re seriously interested.
*Did you know that Cuba has more than 300 beaches (and they remain unspoiled by tourism)?
*Did you know that you can swim with dolphins, go snorkeling and scuba diving in Cuba?
*Did you there they have a huge community of artists and great music, such as salsa, merengue, rumba, and jazz?
For more info: http://www.friendlyplanet.com/colors-of-cuba.html
Book It, Dano: 800-555-5765
You can listen to my interview with Peggy Goldman, President of Friendly Planet. She shares everything you need to know on Terrance Talks Travel: Über Adventures (Cuba). My show is also on Blog Talk Radio at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/terrancetalkstravel and you can also find the podcast on iTunes (You can find a link to subscribe to iTunes at the top of this post).
UPDATE: You still need a visa to get into Cuba but the ban on American credit and debit cards has been lifted. There are still no commercial flights and independent travel is not recommended. Travelers should use an authorized tour operator that arranges everything, including the charter flight and helps with visa application.