Thursday, October 20, 2011

University of California Santa Barbara Alumni Association Announces P2P Trips

UCSB Alumni Association hosting travel programs to Cuba

The UCSB Alumni Association has received its People-to-People License from the U.S. Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) allowing travel to Cuba based on specifically designed itineraries. 

Space is still available to join this rare opportunity to travel to and meet the people of Cuba.

The 15-night itineraries, offered Jan. 5-20, 2012 and May 3-18, 2012, include Havana, Trinidad, Camaguey, Holguin, Baracoa and Santiago. 
The eight-night itineraries, offered Feb. 12-19, 2012 and May 4-19, 2012, include Havana and Trinidad. 
Through this OFAC-licensed program, discussions and exchanges with economists, artists, musicians, educators, business owners, and historians, among others, will allow travelers to gain an insight into life in Cuba today and highlight Cuban culture. These departures are limited to 34 guests.

Trips range in price from $4,280 (eight-night trip) per person, based on double occupancy from Miami to $6,095 (15-night trip) per person, double occupancy, also out of Miami.

These trips will sell out quickly, so contact the UCSB Alumni Association promptly at 893-4611 or email to receive more information on the 15-night and/or eight-night programs. 
More information is available at programs/travel. Gaucho Getaways are open to both graduates and non-graduates of UCSB.

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