Cuba in 2016!

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Cuba is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations for US travelers. And our agents at Willamette Intl Travel are uniquely qualified in that we have sent our clients to the island for years. Over that time, we have built a solid foundation with a few excellent tour companies. Read on to see who we recommend and why.

Book a Tour

As the Obama administration opens up commercial travel between the two countries, airlines are already gearing up to go. However, before you jump on a plane, remember: many restrictions still apply to US passport holders. You need to be confirmed on a tour with a licensed tour operator to enter the country legally.

Fortunately, we have a few top recommendations for you:

Alexander & Roberts

Alexander & Roberts has been leading exceptional yet small groups to the island for years. Pick from four different tours of varying length and focus:

– 5-Day Weekend in Havana: the City in Depth

– 8-Day Legendary Cuba: Old Havana, Pinar del Rio and Vinales Valley

– 9-Day Classic Cuba: Art & Culture in Havana, Cienfuegos and Trinidad

– 13-Day Undiscovered Cuba: Vibrant Journey from Havana to Baracoa and Santiago de Cuba

A&R also offers a 11-day cruise from Miami that circumnavigates Cuba. Explore 6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the cities of Havana, Trinidad, Santiago de Cuba, and two national parks from the intimate ms Saint Laurent.

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International Expeditions

This company offers up to 10-Day tours (some of which are already sold out for 2016!), which engage participants in meaningful, immersive interactions with individuals in Cuba.

Yalla Tours and Caravan Serai

Both offer independent itineraries tailored to your preference.

Globus

Globus’ People-to-People Programs offer a culturally immersive experience within the comfort of a large group.

Seats and cabins on Cuba tours in 2016 are quickly selling out! Call 503-224-0180 or email info@wittravel.com to find out more and reserve a space to this fascinating country!

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