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Caribbean Toronto

Experience the sounds of rumba and salsa in the streets, stroll past the vividly painted arches that grace the buildings of Old Havana. Admire the gleaming classic cars that roll past colonial architecture. Most of all, meet the warm and friendly Cuban people, who are as anxious to interact with Americans as we are to hear their stories and experience their culture first-hand.



  • Accommodations

  • Authentic Cuban meals (breakfast, lunch, and some dinners)

  • English speaking tour guide

  • Cuban Tourist Visa

  • Visa application fee

  • U.S. and Cuban departure taxes

  • Cuban medical insurance (except for pre-existing medical conditions)

  • Museums entry fee

  • Community project

  • Classic car ride

  • Nightlife/Salsa dancing

  • Souvenir shopping

  • Transport & tour of the following cities: Havana - Cienfuegos - Santa Clara

  • and most gratuities

  • Gift bag


Prices listed may be subject to change until payment is received.


  • A completed and signed Booking Form must be submitted to with deposit. 

  • A passport is required for all travel outside the U.S (if applicable).

  • Passport must be valid for at least six months after the date of travel and contain at least two blank Visa pages (if applicable)

  • Before international travel, always check the State Department's website for important info on the destination and its entry/exit requirements (if applicable). 

  • Official language: Spanish + English

  • Currency: Cuban Peso (CUP) is the currency of Cuba & Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC) is the currency for visitors. 

  • Not all excursions are handicapped accessible, please contact across N abroad Travel at 240-200-0956 to confirm.


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For details on Cuba sanctions regulations, including fact sheets on recent changes and information about applying for an OFAC license, please visit this Department of Treasury web page. For travel-specific questions, please see 31 C.F.R. 515.560 and OFAC’s Frequently Asked Questions. The U.S. Department of State provides more information about traveling to Cuba at Travel.State.Gov.


All clients traveling internationally and domestically must present proper identification upon flight check-in and when clearing security or Customs. It is the traveler's responsibility to provide the correct documents; failure to do so may result in being denied boarding for the flight. Regrettably, we cannot refund unused flights, hotels, or features because of denied boarding situations.



July 31

Culturally Enriching Tour
of Cuba


5-Days         Toronto


$1800 pp 

$200 - Holds Trip

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