Sunday, July 13, 2014

A Connecticut P2P: In Touch Travel


Just 90 miles between U.S. and Cuba, visiting this island has been banned for U.S. Citizens for many years. Today, you can get in touch with the people of Cuba and their culture through our cultural and educational programs.

Discover the way former U.S. President Carter met the people of Cuba; the spots visited by Beyonce and Jay-Z on the Island and get a revival of the days the American writer Ernest Hemingway lived in Cuba.  You don't need to be a superstar or a politician to travel legally to Cuba.
Join us in this journey to the biggest island in the Caribbean, where Cubans will present us with the best of their culture, history and the roots that make us so different, yet so close. 
Since our people to people exchange programs are licensed by the OFAC Department of Treasury, you will come as our guest in this travel where all participants will have a full-time schedule of educational exchange activities that will result in meaningful interaction between the travelers and individuals in Cuba.
Come with us as part of the bridge between our two countries: it's time to get in touch with Cuba.

1 comment:

  1. Hello!! I am searching for some information about can can americans visit cuba. Actually my brother wants to go there for his job and I am just checking out some locations that he can visit during his Cuba travel.