Travel to Cuba on a "People to People"
Travel to Cuba on a customized group program with To Cuba Now
Our “People to People” immersion travel programs allow you to see, hear, and feel life in Cuba. Your group or organization will have the opportunity to meet the people of Cuba and immerse in the Arts and Culture of the Island. To Cuba Now programs are customized to meet your groups specific interests and allow you to develop long lasting relationships. Beyond the typical “cars and cigars” tours, experience the Cuba few others have seen.
Have a “meaningful impact” in Cuba while being a part of history
Cuba is a melting pot of history, culture, creativity, and potential waiting to be explored. Updated U.S. policy continues to allow for “group travel” to Cuba under qualified programs as offered by, To Cuba Now. Your group or organization can position itself to be a part of and witness to the ongoing transformation in Cuba and U.S. Cuba relations. Join us and be a part of it.
Cuba today is poised – like never before – for economic development and growth
The recent change in U.S. Policy in 2015, coupled with legal changes in Cuba, allowing for private ownership, entrepreneurism and private enterprise means that we are at an historic juncture in U.S.-Cuba relations and the future of the island and her people.
Providing world-class insight and advice on the emerging Cuba market
Working closely with our key partners in Cuba, we provide the business and legal guidance to navigate the challenges and opportunities presented by current U.S./Cuba relations – organizing business travel and cultural exchange related travel programs to Cuba for U.S. individuals, businesses and organizations.
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Cuba in the News
“At this moment I’m no longer a doctor. Right now I consider myself a farmer like everyone else.”
On the outskirts of Havana, sandwiched between highways and public housing, a revolution is taking place. Here, in the district of Alamar, a 26-acre farming co-op provides employment for dozens of workers, while producing vegetables and medicinal plants for the local community and beyond. See more at …‘Tierralismo’ – the story of Cuba’s most successful urban farm, Organoponico Vivero Alamare
HAVANA, CUBA — After dusk in Havana, an ice-blue neon sign illuminates the faded facade of the Cine El Megano, one of many abandoned movie houses in the Cuban capital, lighting up a once vibrant corner at the heart of the Caribbean city that had gone pitch black in recent decades. See More at … Cuban Artist Switches Havana’s Neon Lights Back On
U.S. lawmakers visiting Cuba urged the State Department on Wednesday to restore embassy staff pulled from the country last year in response to mysterious ailments among diplomats and their families. See more at … US lawmakers say it’s time to restore staff at Cuba embassy
Back in April 2015, SUNY made history when Chancellor Zimpher had the opportunity to join Governor Andrew Cuomo in New York’s first trade mission to our southern neighbor, Cuba, in more than 56 years. The trip was significant in that it laid the groundwork for a future of new and expanded travel and business relationships between the two countries. See more at …SUNY Makes History in Cuba… Again
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The cultural causeway between Cleveland and Cuba is about to get significantly wider. See More at Cleveland’s Verb Ballets headed to Cuba on cultural mission to co-found Cleveland Havana Ballet