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The best way to ensure that we match you and your party with the best tour is to give us a call. This way we can discuss your options, schedule and explain the best way to experience a trip to Cuba. 

NOTE: Since we do not book flights, there are many options for traveling to Cuba. Because the purpose of your trip is “to support the Cuban people” you can either book a flight on one the charters leaving out many U.S hubs or travel via Mexico, Canada, the Bahamas, Costa Rica, the Cayman Islands or Dominican Republic. Once we have your deposit we will arrange your package and airport pick up

Our travel partners  support the Cuban people. Presently,  our private homes are unable to accept credit cards and U.S. based cards are not accepted in Cuba anyway, so you will need to bring cash to pay for your services to get the rock bottom prices we offer. Rest assured, robbery and theft are almost nonexistent in Cuba. You will need to change money either at the airport or at a local exchange house as soon as you can upon arrival to have CUC (the Cuban Convertible Peso) which is almost on par with the dollar ($100 = 83 CUC. We suggest you do this at the airport in Havana on arrival if you can.

No matter where you travel from you will need to buy a Cuban Tourist Card, $15 outside the U.S. but for some reason the same card can cost from $80 or more in the United States on the charter flights? This comes in two parts and you will need to present each upon arrival and departure.

We charge a booking and documentation fee to cover international phone calls to Cuba, our staff here in Costa Rica, and our office and staff in Cuba. The fee is $250 per person and can be paid with Visa or MasterCard.

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? IF YOU WANT TO EXPERIENCE A TRULY UNIQUE ADVENTURE AND SEE CUBA THE WAY IT IS NOW BY “SUPPORTING THE CUBAN PEOPLE” WHEN THEY MOST NEED IT, CALL US TODAY!

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