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Cuba is a paradise in the Caribbean, just 90 miles off Key West. In fact, Cuba is so close that swimmers have made it from coast to coast, even without a shark cage! Yet Cuba is the forbidden fruit for most American travelers due to the US travel restrictions and the frozen diplomatic relations in between the two countries. The discerning travelers are taken off guard when joining our people-to-people tours to Cuba. They are surprised to find a bubbly atmosphere charged with the smoke of Cuban cigars, the loud music that pours out of the windows of 1950’s vintage cars, the lively salsa dancing in every corner, and the entrepreneurial spirit of the Cuban people. Not what they have anticipated for sure! Absorb it all in a short time by the hand of the USA Cuba travel experts!
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On January 14th, President Obama announced new categories of legal Cuba educational travel, they went into effect immediately and they have not been affected by President Trump's tightening on USA Cuba travel. Right now, accredited universities and colleges no longer need to apply for a Specific License for embarking on Cuba educational tours by their students, professors, faculty and staff. It is the right moment to take your students to Cuba and make the beautiful Caribbean island your classrom. We can help!
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Cuba For Educators June 2024 Discount Cuba Tours Trinidad: featured Cuban city Your Gateway to Authentic Cuba Luxury Private Accommodation (Casa Particular) Eligibility for USA Cuba Travel USA Cuba Travel for US Schools

Cuba Educational Tours for US Education Professionals, K12 Teachers, University and College Professors, Staff and Faculty and US citizens interested in learning about Cuba’s Education System.
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Authentic Cuba Travel® in coordination with Cuba’s Teachers Union and Cuban educators warmly invites teachers, professors, and educators from Canada, US and all over the world to join this official Cuba education tour taking place From June 8 to June 15, 2024.

Cuba is a paradise lost in the time, beautiful beaches, beautiful landscape, old cars, old buildings that can take you to the most wonderful adventure and above all the kindness, friendship and beauty of his people will make you love it.

It is also one of the world's last bastions of communism with a fascinating modern history. Cuba's relative political isolation has prevented it from being overrun by tourists, and locals are sincerely friendly to those who do venture in.

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It is also one of the world's last bastions of communism with a fascinating modern history. Cuba's relative political isolation has prevented it from being overrun by tourists, and locals are sincerely friendly to those who do venture in.

Authentic Cuba Travel® is pleased to invite US education professionals, K12 teachers, university and school professors, staff and faculty and other US travelers to join our cultural and educational tours to Cuba that will take you into the heart and soul of the authentic Cuba and help those conducting researching on Cuba’s education system find answer to pressing questions.

From Cuba’s present political system to its rich history, you will experience Cuban culture first-hand during this Cuba education tour. Veterans of the Revolution, doctors, school teachers, students and farmers all will share their stories and answer all your questions. You will be treated with kindness and warmth the likes of which you will rarely found in other travels. It is truly a life changing experience.

Cuba is extremely safe by any world standards, and the average visitor has no reason to worry about personal safety on the streets, in the hotels, at the beaches or any other place a traveller might visit.

Authentic Cuba Travel® staff has years of experience in the Cuba travel industry and with North Americans travellers. If you really want to visit the real Cuba that lies beyond the confines of all-inclusive full-packed tourist resorts, this Cuba discovery tour is for you! Please, check the day-by-day itinerary below. Welcome Aboard!

Notice to US Academic Institutions, US Secondary Schools and other US Educational Organizations on Cuba Travel:

In January 2016, the US Government announced further enhancements to the 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba that previously required a specific license (this is, lengthy applications to OFAC). Now travel to the Caribbean island is allowed under a general license (this is, self-completed paperwork with no application to OFAC needed).

After President Biden’s policy change on USA Cuba travel on June 9, 2022, the General License for Educational Activities remains in place. Accredited U.S. graduate or under graduate degree-granting institutions; U.S. Academic Institutions; and U.S. Schools can organize and sponsor an educational trip to Cuba for their students, faculty and staff under the General License for Educational Activities, provided that the trip meets OFAC guidelines; and that an employee or other representative of the organization escorts the trip to make sure such guidelines are followed by all participants.

The purpose of the Cuba travel should be for:

_ the participation in a structured educational program offered for credit as part of a course of the sponsoring institution;

_ educational exchanges sponsored by Cuban or U.S. secondary schools involving secondary school students’ participation in a formal course of study or in a structured educational program offered by a secondary school or other academic institution, and led by a teacher or other secondary school official are authorized. This authorization allows for participation of a reasonable number of adult chaperones to accompany the secondary school students to Cuba.

_ attendance at non-commercial academic seminars, conferences and workshops related to Cuba sponsored or co-sponsored by U.S. academic institution.

_ non- commercial academic research related to Cuba for the purpose of obtaining a graduate or undergraduate degree;

_ the participation in a formal course of study at a Cuban academic institution provided that credits will be accepted toward the student’s graduate or undergraduate degree;

_ participation in a 10-week structured educational program in Cuba as part of a course offered at the U.S. institution;

_ participation in a formal 10-week course of study at a Cuban academic institution, provided the formal course of study in Cuba will be accepted for credit toward the student’s undergraduate or graduate degree at the U.S. institution;

_ teaching for 10 weeks at a Cuban academic institution by an individual regularly employed in a teaching capacity at the U.S. institution.

We take care of all details both in North America and in Cuba, including VISA and flight arrangements to Cuba's main destinations via USA ports (Miami, Tampa, New York, Los Angeles, or other) or through third countries like Canada and Mexico. Authorized US organizations can travel through a third country subject to the same restrictions and requirements as those flying directly from USA.

At Authentic Cuba Travel®, we have been organizing such educational and cultural travel experiences from the United States of America for years with great success.

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  • Cuba Educational Tours

    • Professional Research General License Documentation.
    • Full-Time Schedule of Professional Research Activities.
    • Guided tour of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    • Travel to "The Pearl of the South" Cienfuegos.

    • Guided tour of UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cienfuegos Centre.

    • Travel to colonial Trinidad, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    • Travel to UNESCO World Heritage Site Sugar Mill Valley.

    • Tour of Instituto Superior de Arte (Cuba's Arts School).

    • Visit to Primary School "Angela Landa" in Old Havana.

    • Visit to the provincial School of Painting of Trinidad.

    • Guided tour of Cuba's Museum of Fine Arts.

    • Guided tour of Havana's Literacy Museum.

    • Follow in the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway.
    • Tour Cojimar fishing village, Hemingway's favourite hangout!
    • Explore Finca La Vigia, where Hemingway lived for over 20 years.
    • Private visit to Lizt Alfonso Ballet School.

    • Tour Havana's Scale Model, guided by arch. Miguel Coyula.

    • Visit the prestigious Cuban art gallery "Maroya".

    • Explore the famous handicraft market of Old Havana


    US University and College Professors, Faculty & Staff, K-12 Teachers, and other Education Professionals from USA interested in conducting professional research on on Cuba’s Educational System can travel to Cuba under the provisions of the General License for Professional Research.

    CATEGORY: General license for Professional Research and Professional Meetings- 31 C.F.R. § 515.564(a)(1) of the current Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations.

    The travel- related transactions set forth in § 515.560(c) and such additional transactions as are directly incident to professional research are authorized, provided that:

    (i) The purpose of the research directly relates to the traveler’s profession, professional background, or area of expertise, including area of graduate-level full-time study;

    (ii) The traveler does not engage in recreational travel, tourist travel, travel in pursuit of a hobby, or research for personal satisfaction only; and

    (iii) The traveler’s schedule of activities does not include free time or recreation in excess of that consistent with a full-time schedule of professional research.

    We provide our US travelers with all the required documentation to ensure they are in compliance with 2022 Biden administration’s rules on Cuba travel under the US Cuba Travel category: Professional Research and Professional Meetings. US travelers can choose to depart to Cuba from any US port of their choosing.

    Elementary School “Angela Landa”. Visit Elementary School “Angela Landa”. Meeting with the principal of the school Prof. Sonia Garcia. Tour of the school. Meeting with Cuban teachers and students.
    National Art Schools, Havana. Guided tour of Cuba's National Art Schools. Meet with Cuban art students and professors. The schools were designed and built by architects Cuban Ricardo Porro and the Italians Roberto Gottardi and Vittorio Garatti from 1961 to 1965, in the former affluent neighbourhood of Country Club Park (today known as Cubanacán), specifically on the grounds of the Havana Country Club golf course.
    Cuba's Literacy Museum in the Liberty City. Tour of Cuba's Literacy Museum in the Liberty City neighbourhood of Havana. Meeting with museum director Luisa Campos for an introduction on the history of the literacy campaign and the new literacy campaigns taking place in Venezuela, Bolivia and other regions based on the Cuban Campaign model.
    Lizt Alfonso Ballet School, Cuba. The Lizt Alfonso ballet is composed only of women and a music band. It has been acclaimed in Cuba and abroad in the USA, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, Venezuela Colombia and France.
    Hemingway Cuba Tour, Havana. With the possible exceptions of Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, Cuba has had no more famous former resident than author Ernest Hemingway. The hard drinking, womanising, American author fell in love with Cuba after visiting it several times. He lived on Cuba from 1940 until 1960, shortly before his death. Known affectionately as "Ernesto" or "Papa", Hemingway is still beloved by the Cuban people.
    Club La Zorra y El Cuervo, Havana’s most famous Jazz club. Enjoy Afrojazz, Cubajazz and Sonjazz at Club La Zorra y El Cuervo, Havana’s most famous Jazz club. The club features great performances by island bands and soloists!
    Palacio de Valle, Cienfuegos, Cuba. Tour of Palacio de Valle in Cienfuegos City. This architectural jewel originated as a home for trader, Celestino Caceres, who later gave it as a wedding present to the Valle family who added to it (in a Mughal Style with carved floral motifs) a stunning Carrara marble staircase, cupped arches, bulbous domes and delicate arabesques.
    Photography excursion to the Sugar Mill Valley. The Sugar Mill Valley is one of the most photographed landscapes in Cuba. The monumental value of the 65 sites that form the valley increases the interest to visit this place, where important vestiges of the island's sugar colonization still survive.
    UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trinidad’s Historical Center. Guided walking tour of UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trinidad’s Historical Center, a perfect relic of the early days of the Spanish colony with beautifully preserved streets and buildings with hardly a trace of the 20th century anywhere.
    Day 1. Saturday 8 June 2024.
    Hello Cuba
    Welcome to Cuba!

    Arrival at "Jose Marti" International Airport in Havana City.

    Meet your Authentic Cuba Travel® tour guide and bus driver.

    Breakfast is complimentary from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

    Cuba greets its visitors with strains of exotic rhythms such as salsa and rumba emanating from every corner, and an aquamarine sea laps the white, palm-fringed beaches all around the island. Cuba, with its mix of Spanish and African roots, is the largest, least commercialized, and most exciting island in the Caribbean.

    Private transfer to your Casa Particular (Economic Package) or Quinta Avenida Hotel (Premium Package), both facilities located nearby Vedado, Havana's Cultural Center today.

    Group check-in.
    Day 2. Sunday 9 June 2024.
    Walking Old Havana
    Morning: visit to Finca La Vigia, a hilltop villa 20 kilometers east of Havana, where famed author Ernest Hemingway lived from 1939 to 1960. It is here where the writer completed some of his greatest works, including The Old Man and the Sea, Across the River and into the Trees, and Islands in the Stream.

    The villa has been maintained as a museum for the past 49 years. It contains original book and short story manuscripts, letters, over 3000 photographs, Hemingway’s fishing tackle and gun collections, furniture, priceless art collection, and a 9000 volume library that contains rare first editions of his books and those of other famous writers.

    Finca Vigía has made both the World Monuments Fund List of 100 Most Endangered sites, and The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s 11 Most Endangered Places.

    Lunch in Cojimar fishing village.

    Tour around Cojimar fishing village, where Hemingway kept his boat Pilar. The writer is remembered by the town with a small gazebo that encircles a commemorative bust, sculpted from the melted down propellers donated by local fishermen.

    Afternoon: by guided walking tour of Old Havana, UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Visit to the Cathedral Square, the most beautiful and private 18th century colonial plaza of Cuba, named after the masterpiece of Cuban baroque architecture: the Cathedral of Havana built by the Jesuit order.

    Visit to Square of Arms, ancient military parade ground for Spanish soldiers and surrounded by impressive buildings such as:

    Palacio de los Capitanes Generales was the former seat of colonial government. Today the building houses the Museum of the City.

    Palacio del Segundo Cabo. The seat of the second authority of the island. Today it houses important publishing concerns.

    Castillo de la Real Fuerza. The second oldest fortress built by the Spaniards in the West Indies. The castle was recently renovated and reopened in June 2008 to hold the impressive maritime museum. Well laid out exhibits chart Spain and Cuba's naval history.

    Continue walking tour onto San Francisco Square, one of the oldest in the historical quarter.

    Visit to Plaza Vieja, the only civic square of colonial times. Notice it doesn't have a church or government building around. Here we will visit important institutions for visual arts.

    Free time in the famous handicraft market of Old Havana where you can purchase all sorts of crafts and souvenirs by local artisans.

    Return to your private rental accomodation.

    Evening: tonight we have a Cuban band playing for us! You'll learn to dance to Salsa, Son, Rumba, and other popular Cuban rhythms with instruction from bandleaders.
    Day 3. Monday 10 June 2024.
    Morning: visit to Workshop School in Old Havana. High school graduates enroll in this institution to learn the arts and crafts necessary to authentically restore the ancient buildings of Old Havana. The school teaches young people archeological and restoration work that helps preserving the heritage and cultural wealth of Old Havana.

    Tour the school and get engaged with students in the different workshops such as Glass work, Carpentry, Iron work and Restoration. Exchange with professors and students.

    Followed by visit to Primary School “Angela Landa”. Exchange with teachers and students to learn Cuba’s primary education level. Tour the schools and enjoy educational and cultural activities by students. Meet the principal of the school Prof. Sonia Garcia. Tour of the school.

    Lunch in Paladar San Cristobal restaurant where you can enjoy traditional Cuban dishes and live music!

    Afternoon: visit to the Lizt Alfonso Ballet School founded in 1991. Lizt Alfonso’s choreographies are dance and music of a kind no one else creates: a seamless fusion of Spanish classical dance, ballet, flamenco and Afro-Cuban dance.

    Followed by: visit the Museum of Fine Arts (Cuban Collection) where we see the evolution of Cuba's visual arts over the last 300 years. The collection accounts for the richness of our Spanish, French, Chinese, African cultural roots.

    Evening: enjoy Afrojazz, Cubajazz and Sonjazz at Club La Zorra y El Cuervo, Havana’s most famous Jazz club. The club features great performances by island bands and soloists! (optional, not included)
    Day 4. Tuesday 11 June 2024.
    Morning: guided tour of Cuba's National Art Schools (ISA). ISA professors are all active musicians, dancers or artists. Each faculty in the arts provides a combination of theory and practice designed for students serious about pursuing artistic achievement through concentrated study.

    Study at the Institute is comparable to conservatory work in the United States. This is a great opportunity to exchange with the new generation of Cuban artists. Meet with students and teachers.

    We are now "leaving" Havana and entering Fusterlandia, the studio, residence and wild kingdom of José Rodriguez Fuster, one of the most important Cuban ceramists and painters today. Lunch hosted by Jose Fuster.

    Afternoon: visit to the Literacy Museum in the Liberty City neighborhood of Havana.

    Meeting with museum director Luisa Campos for an introduction on the history of the literacy campaign and the new literacy campaigns taking place in Venezuela, Bolivia and other regions based on the Cuban Campaign model.

    Evening: attend one of the most traditional and popular ceremonies in Cuba, Fire of the Cannon of 9 O'Clock at the Fortress of San Carlos de La Cabana.
    Day 5. Wednesday 12 June 2024.
    Havana- Cienfuegos- Trinidad
    Morning departure to Trinidad, in Central Cuba.

    En route, we will visit Cienfuegos city. Cienfuegos is the first, and an outstanding example of an architectural ensemble representing the new ideas of modernity, hygiene and order in urban planning as developed in Latin America from the 19th century.

    This countryside exploration trip will give participants insights on how the Cuban education system works in different cities of the country.

    The colonial town of Cienfuegos was founded in 1819 in the Spanish territory but was initially settled by immigrants of French origin. It became a trading place for sugar cane, tobacco and coffee. Situated on the Caribbean coast of southern-central Cuba at the heart of the country’s sugar cane, mango, tobacco and coffee production area, the town first developed in the neoclassical style.

    It later became more eclectic but retained a harmonious overall townscape. Among buildings of particular interest are the Government Palace (City Hall), San Lorenzo School, the Bishopric, the Ferrer Palace, the former lyceum, and some residential houses.

    Visit to Palacio de Valle upon arrival. The eclectic building was erected at a cost of a million and half pesos. French, Arabic, Italian and Cuban artisans worked with marble, alabaster, brass, glass and ceramic imported from Spain, Italy and United States. The entrance is primitive Gothic style and leads to a dining room of Mudejar influence, which imitates the famous Patio of the Lions, of Alhambra, in Granada.

    Lunch is included at Paladar Ache, one of Cienfuegos top ten private restaurants, serving local specialties in a pleasant courtyard.

    Afternoon: guided walking tour of Cienfuegos Historical Center.

    We will visit neoclassical buildings around Paseo del Prado and the main Square Jose Marti such as:

    The Tomas Terry Theatre, completed in 1895 and named after a sugar baron from Venezuela who arrived in Cuba with no money and made his fortune by buying sick slaves for a low price, to later nurse them back to health and reselling them. This money was invested in a sugar estate that brought him the wealth to build several outstanding buildings in Cienfuegos, including this theatre, with materials specially brought over from Europe.

    The Casa de la Cultura, home of another wealthy sugar baron, stunning mansion in neoclassical style.

    The Cathedral built with the donation of wealthy families like the Lebrancs, the Albis, the Terrys. Inside you find the reproductions of the 12 Apostles in stained glass imported from Paris. Also the original machinery of the clock tower was built in France. Still in place and working.

    We'll also visit the elegant art gallery Galería de Arte Maroya and review its impressively displayed collection of paintings, sculptures and antiques.

    Now we journey on to the historic city of Trinidad and check in at your Luxury Casa Particular. You'll have time for dinner and a swim in the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea.
    Day 6. Thursday 13 June 2024.
    Morning: visit to the Academy of Painting “Oscar Fernandez”. Meet with the Principal and teachers to learn about the school curriculum and enrollment criteria. Tour the school and exchange with students in the different workshops.

    Visit to a Maternity Home. Since Cuba places special emphasis on maternity and infant care, expectant mothers with high-risk pregnancies or other special needs can stay at a maternity home where an on-duty nurse lives and is available 24-hours. The most common reasons for going to a maternity home are the need for additional nutritional supplements, the risk of carrying a low-weight baby and carrying twins. A total of 209 maternity homes exist throughout Cuba (PAHO, 1998).

    Lunch at Paladar Solananda.

    Afternoon: guided walking tour of UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trinidad’s Historical Center. Trinidad is an outstanding example of a colonial city. It has maintained its historic core, featuring the highest percentage of surviving antique buildings and public squares and bringing together architectural, historic and cultural elements of great value. The city is representative of the colonial human settlement and the Valle de Los Ingenios is testimony to the development of the sugar industry.

    Visit to the Architecture Museum (Casa de los Sanchez Iznaga), housing the most representative samples of the city's architectural development in the 18th and 19th centuries.

    Visit to Museo Lucha contra Bandidos, former home of the San Francisco de Asis convent.

    Visit to Museo Romantico, overlooking the Trinidad main square. It has an excellent exhibition of romantic style porcelain, glass, paintings and decorative furniture which belonged to the Conde de Brunet and other Trinidad notorious families.

    We will stop at a mirador (lookout) over the Sugar Mill Valley, designated by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1988, it constitutes a sort of triangular plain covering some 250 square kilometers and includes the San Luis, Agabama-Meyer and Santa Rosa valleys, besides the coastal plain of the south delta of the Manati River.

    Trinidad is well known for its pottery makers. We meet with a family that has been passing the tradition for generations: the Santanders.

    Free time to wander the streets of historical centre or enjoy the beach.

    Evening is free to enjoy the beach and the lively streets of Trinidad. How about live Cuban popular music on steps of Casa de la Música – a great opportunity to dance with Cubans and your tour companions.
    Day 7. Friday 14 June 2024.
    Trinidad- Havana
    Morning: free time to wander the streets of historical centre or enjoy the beach.

    Afternoon: transfer back to your hotel in Havana City.

    Day 8. Saturday 15 June 2024.
    Early morning departure to Havana City International Airport for departure.

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