December 3 – 11
This incredible destination has been closed to American travelers for decades. The opportunity for Americans to visit Cuba, a nation unaffected by commercialism, is now available through limited People-to-People initiatives.
Tour highlights include meeting a Cuban family in their privately-operated restaurant; Havana, with a trip around the city in an antique American car; Trinidad, with its cobblestone streets and pastel-colored houses; a fascinating lecture on the instruments used to produce the distinctive sounds of Cuba; author Ernest Hemingway's home; ceramic studio visit and pottery demonstration; Cienfuegos and its botanical gardens; Cuban Fine Arts Museum and presentation by a local art historian; local health care facility visit for insight into Cuba's health care system; Casa Fuster, the colorful home of artist Jose Fuster; former sugar factory and estate visit; and so much more!
Cost is $4,144* per person, based on double occupancy; $4,544 for single. Cost includes transfers between Dubuque and Chicago; round-trip air, taxes, and fees from Chicago; hotels; 19 meals; admission to included attractions; professional tour guide and AmeriClub escort; deluxe motor coach transportation in Cuba; Cuba visa; hotel transfers; and luggage handling. Cancellation waiver and insurance, strongly recommended, is available for $220 per person. A valid US passport is required. A $250 deposit is due with registration, plus $220 insurance premium if selected. Final payment is due September 20.
Register before July 25!
Tour dates were selected based upon optimal average temperatures of 79 to 82 degrees; lower probability of rainfall, high temperatures, and humidity common earlier in the year; and avoidance of the June through October hurricane season.
Contact Julia at 563.589.0804 or 800.373.1841, ext. 804 or email@example.com with questions or to receive a detailed tour brochure. Some seats remain on this tour, but registration by July 25 is recommended for best availability.
*Price subject to change until full payment is made. Price is not subject to increase after full payment except for charges resulting from increases in government-imposed taxes or fees.