Cuba & Its People~Havana



Timeworn facades splashed with vibrant art, classic American cars and rumba beats drifting down cobblestones. Get ready for an unforgettable immersion into Cuba’s fascinating history and vivacious culture. Go beyond Havana’s striking grandeur to discover the heart of the local people and gain perspective on Cuba’s ever-changing landscape. Meet local experts who share their profound insights and connections to their country. During intimate educational exchanges, experience life through the eyes of community leaders, business owners and farmers and learn how dancers and artists express their passions. This exclusive program is developed by AHI Travel and is operated in accordance with a People-to-People general license.

Pricing from

Small Group – Limited to only 12 Guests! Air included from Miami.
Call 800-323-7373 or click here for more information.

Trip Type
Group Travel Tour, International Land & Rail Voyages
Departure Dates
Nov 29, 2024 - Dec 6, 2024


7 nights Havana, Cuba, at the first-class Claxon Hotel, a privately owned boutique hotel.


Round-trip flights between Miami and Cuba.


Final Payment will be due 120 days prior to departure and the Cancellation Fee schedule will be updated to:

  • CANCELLATION-All cancellations must be submitted in writing to AHI Travel.
    • Cancellation received up to 121 days prior to trip departure will incur a $300 per person administrative fee.
    • Cancellation received 120 to 91 days prior to departure will result in forfeiture of 25% of the entire cost of the trip per person.
    • Cancellation received 90-61 days prior to departure will result in forfeiture of 50% of the entire cost of the trip per person.
    • Cancellation received 60-31 days prior to departure will result in forfeiture of 75% of the entire cost of the trip per person.
    • Cancellation received 30 days prior to departure to the time of departure (or no show) will result in 100% forfeiture of the entire cost of the trip.




  • day 1

    Depart Miami, FL | Havana, Cuba

    Fly to Havana, Cuba, and meet your AHI Travel representative to transfer to the Claxon Hotel, an independently owned boutique hotel in the heart of the vibrant neighborhood of El Vedado.  Tonight, join your fellow travelers for a festive Welcome Dinner at a local paladar, a privately owned and operated restaurant. Embrace the opportunity to meet and mingle with locals on your first night in Cuba!

  • day 2


    Cuba awaits your discovery! Start the morning with an insightful lecture about Havana’s architecture. Then discover the effervescence of Habana Viejo. See the influences of Spanish conquistadors at the Plaza de Armas and Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, and talk with local vendors at a market. You’ll also enjoy an informative talk with women business owners at an independently owned clothing store.

  • day 3


    The romance of Cuba is best experienced in a vintage American convertible. Climb aboard one for a trip through the historic district. Then join an expert to tour the National Museum of Fine Art. Cap off the day with talk about Cuba’s justice system, followed by dinner at your leisure.

  • day 4


    Enjoy an enlightening talk about the role of women in Cuban life. Next, visit the Sephardic Hebrew Center and a contemporary dance studio for a behind-the-scenes look into Cuba’s infectious dance scene. Meet a few of the studio’s talented dancers and learn about their experiences. This afternoon, see “Lookout Farm,” home of author Ernest Hemingway! Later, gather at the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba, a nonprofit cultural institution dedicated to Cuban artists.

  • day 5

    Matanzas | Havana

    Delve into the cultural riches of Matanzas, where residents chat in sunny plazas, colonial architecture crowds the streets and Afro-Cuban culture remains profound and visible. Visit the San Severino Museum, a castle built in 1735 by slave labor. While touring this symbolic museum, learn about the history of the slave trade, and how Afro-Cuban culture is celebrated in various forms of expression. The castle is part of a UNESCO and Cuba co-founded project: “The Slave Route: Resistance, Freedom, and Patrimony.” Cap off your excursion with a lively performance by a local choir! Back in Havana, join Dr. Rosaida Ochoa for a thought-provoking discussion about race and the Cuban Revolution.

  • day 6


    After breakfast, join Norma Guillard, Cuban social psychologist adjunct lecturer at the University of Havana, who shares stories about her work. Next, stop at an agromercado, an open street market, followed by a stroll along the eclectic Callejón de Hamel, a colorful alleyway that is a central part of Afro-Cuban culture. Later, visit Casa Fuster and the Casa de la Cultura, dedicated to preserving Cuba’s art and heritage. Another highlight of today is a gathering with some local dancers.

  • day 7

    Rural Cuba | Havana

    Weave through rich farmland, blanketed with sugarcane on your way through rural Cuba! Visit a small community and meet with farmers and others to learn about their day-to-day lives in rural Cuba. This afternoon’s activities include a lively discussion about Cuban music, followed by a Farewell Dinner at a local paladar!

  • day 8

    Havana | Miami, Florida

    Bid farewell to enigmatic Cuba and head to the airport for your flights back to Miami.

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