On June 4, 2019 the United States government announced the end to "people-to-people" travel to Cuba for citizens of the United States. As a result, we do not currently have any Cuba Cruises available for sale. We will update this page should anything change in the future, so you may want to bookmark it.
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The following are just a few of the many things to do while in Cuba:
The city center of Havana, the capital city and commercial center of Cuba. Founded in 1519, Old Havana is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was one of the world's main shipbuilding sites during the 17th century. Plaza de Armas is the Plaza de Armas in Old Havana, Cubapublic square that most tourists visit while in Old Havana. Cruises to Cuba give those particating an opportunity to visit other places of interest in Old Havana that may include El Capitolio, and the Museum of the Revolution.
This historic museum was inaugurated in 1920, and was the Presidential Palace until 1959. The exhibits at this museum mostly focus on Cuba's revolutionary war of the 1950s, as well as Cuba's history after 1959. The Granma Memorial, housing the yacht that took Fidel Castro and his revolutionaries from Mexico to Cuba for the revolution, is located behind the museum and is an interesting place to visit for those on a Cruise to Cuba.
Also known as the National Capitol Building, it was completed in 1929 and was where the Cuban Congress operated out of until after the Cuban Revolution in 1959. Today, it's home to the Cuban Academy of Sciences and houses the world's third largest indoor statue (La Estatua de la República). Cruises to Cuba may offers participants the opportunity to visit this historic venue.
An escorted tour includes a professional guide, as opposed to being an independent (or self-guided) tour. Some escorted tour operators include a limited amount of time for guests to explore on their own, while others have tours that are completely escorted. Typically, just about your entire itinerary is included and planned for in an escorted tour package. You don't have to worry about what you're going to see and don't have to make reservations (for each component of the trip) with multiple tour operators - this option allows for you to just leave it to the professionals and enjoy yourself.
Depending on the tour operator, as well as on the specific tour, some tours are private (just you and your traveling companions, if you have any) while others are with other travelers that booked the same tour. In the latter case, some tour operators offer small groups (which tend to be more expensive, but also more intimate and exclusive) while some have larger groups that travel together (which provides a very social atmosphere, as you can meet many other people).
One of the world's leaders in luxury travel, Globus has been arranging tours since 1928. By booking a Globus tour (referred to by them as "journeys") you'll gain VIP access to many sites visited during your journey, special excursions that are included in the price of your tour, access to an expert Tour Director that has unique knowledge about the destinations, and you'll stay in first-class and above pre-selected hotels (with breakfast and dinner usually included), located in prime areas. Portage is included with all Globus tours, so you won't have to worry about lugging your luggage from one place to another. Some tour operators over-schedule you, but Globus weaves in just the right amount of free time for individual exploration.
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