Date
Dec 27, 2022 - Jan 1, 2023
Trip Type
Family Programs

Group Size: 15 to 25 guests
Price: From $5,295 per person / $4,995 per child / $5,095 per teen

Activity Level
3

Trip Overview

On this family-friendly program to Havana, experience a variety of Cuban art, music, and dance with activities aimed at all ages. Enjoy playing a baseball game with Cubans close to Hemingway’s favorite hang-out in Cojimar.  Dine at some of the most popular paladares, private restaurants run by Cuban entrepreneurs—often in family homes. Learn about the nation’s history and economic structure, and discuss the reforms driving changes with your Harvard study leader and local guest speakers. Learn how to salsa in a private class—and much more!

The Harvard Alumni Association is operating this educational program under the General License authorized by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). This program differs from more traditional trips in that every hour must be accounted for. Each day has been structured to provide meaningful interactions with Cuban people or educational or cultural programming. Please note that Harvard University intends to fully comply with all requirements of the General License. Travelers must participate in all group activities.

Schedule by Day

  • Dec 27: Depart Miami for Havana, Cuba
  • Dec 28: Havana
  • Dec 29: Havana
  • Dec 30: Havana / Pinar del Rio / Vinales
  • Dec 31: Havana / Cojimar
  • Jan 1: Depart for Miami

Pricing

  • $5,295 per person double occupancy
  • $6,435 single occupancy
  • $4,995 per child (ages 7–13)
  • $5,095 per teen (ages 14–18)

Accommodations

  • Five nights at a hotel in Havana

What to Expect

Activity Level 3

This is a "People to People" program allowed under a general license authorized by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Each day has been structured to provide meaningful interactions with Cuban people or educational or cultural programming and travelers must participate in all group activities. The infrastructure in Cuba is still developing. Some buildings visited may not have an elevator, or only a very small elevator, so guests must be able to walk three to five flights without difficulty. Uneven terrain is common, even inside buildings. Temperatures can still get up to the mid-80s °F in December and air conditioning is not widely available.

Study Leader(s)

To be announced.

For More Information

Please email haatravels@harvard.edu or call our office at 800-422-1636 or 617-496-0806.