Cuba introductory tours for those who are interested in the real and unspoiled Cuba, short or long-term stays or the possibility of future residency. Come see what the buzz is all about!
“The only danger in visiting and experiencing Cuba, Is that you may not want to leave.”
We offer specially designed “snowbird” tours who those who would like to spend winters in cuba or having their eyes set on a longer stay. At present you can only stay for three months and then have to leave and return. During your three month stay our people in Havana will help you renew your visa. Although, our one-of-a-kind tours can be taken at any time of the year.
Havana is also the former home of Nobel Prize winning America author Earnest Hemingway. His home is located just outside of Havana and is now a museum where his fishing boat, The Pillar is located. For those of you looking to visit its former port, Cojimar, we can also arrange that for you.
Our scouts have been traveling here for many years and often visited with his boat captain, Gregorio Fuentes in his home to discuss fishing techniques and hear him tell stories of “Papa”, as he was known.
Any visit to Cuba has to start with Havana. The capital of Cuba is a living museum with its many architectural gems and historical landmarks. The city offers restaurants, bars, music venues, and many unique cultural activities.
The best way to see Havana is on foot since most of its construction was completed well before the arrival of the automobile. Havana is by far the safest city in Latin America and a place where you can feel comfortable and carefree while strolling down its streets.
This comprehensive tour is for those thinking seriously about relocating part or full-time. It offers the sightseeing of tour 2 but with all of the “nuts and bolts” and indispensable insider information including: housing options (long-term rentals and posible home purchase), banking, cultural differences and adjusting, residency options, valuable contacts, customs rules, Internet and communications, laws, short cuts for learning Spanish, entertainment, ins and outs and dos and don’t’s to make the move as seamlessly as possible.
This site is for anyone interested in learning more about Cuba for a short or long-term stay. It contains information some of which was taken from two editions the guidebook “Living and Investing in the New Cuba.” Due to the rapidly changing events that are occurring in the country every effort will be made to keep the information as accurate and up to date as possible.
The goal is to provide readers with “food for thought,” discuss the current realities of living part or full-time in Cuba and the possibility of investing there someday.
It covers visiting as a tourist, residency, rental property, the possibility of purchasing property now and in the future, communications, transportation, food, the rich culture, proven shortcuts for learning Spanish, entertainment, personal safety, money matters and the rights of foreigners.
This is truly an all-in-one site, and is the best introduction to Cuba available from someone who has had boots on the ground, and studied and written about living and investing in Latin America for almost 50 years.
Our exploratory tours are the next logical step for finding out whether Cuba is right for you.
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This site provides you with novel, sure-fire ideas and, best of all, gives you a head start before you even visit or potentially relocate to Cuba.
For those who want to communicate with the locals and to develop basic Spanish survival skills, purchase our one-of-a-kind eBook which includes Cuban slang in EnglishBUY NOW
"I always keep this book on my tablet so that I can maneuver through Cuba’s linguistic maze."
Max Gómez, Cuba Scout, Travel Expert