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3 N/4d in Cuba
(MAR 8-11, 2024)  


This is your itinerary for your trip to Cuba.  Here, you can find all the information you will need while visiting the pearl of the Caribbean.  Please take a look and let me know if you have any questions.  


Thank you for working with us to coordinate your trip to Cuba.  The impact your trip will have on those involved in your trip is the support they need as they try to be more independent and build a new Cuba. 

  1. Accommodation 

  2. Itinerary

  3. Additional information


In summary, our package includes all of the following: 


  • 3 night accommodations in Havana, Cuba

    • 2 rooms, Boutique hotel 

  • Private Airport Transfers

    • La Habana Airport to Hotel to Airport

  • Guided Tours and Activities

    • None

  • Reservations for dinners as requested/suggested.

    • None at this time​

  • Meeting Cuban people who will be supported by your visit. Independent providers and entrepreneurs who work with within the community to provide services and assistance.  

  • Personalized concierge services from now and throughout the trip. We know the city and can recommend and help with reservations at restaurants, shows, additional activities, and setting up transportation as desired. 

  • Assistance exchanging money at the best rate possible.

Not Included:

  • Anything not listed not above. 


  • Junior Suite at AS Boutique Residence

    • Address: 258 Jesús María, La Habana, Cuba (Here)

    • Phone Number: +5378612898

    • Privately owned small and sexy boutique hotel in one of the trendiest parts of Old Town Habana (San Isidro)

    • Few rooms. Terrace. Restaurant and cafe.  

    • Front desk and assistance/concierge services.

    • Breakfast is included. 



  • Capital and larges city.  A lot of parks, museum, and main landmarks. Including the famous Old Havana (colonial area), Revolution Museum, Malecon, Hotel Nacional, and many more.

  • There are also a lot of restaurants, bars, and cafes, art galleries, and music venues and cabarets. 

​Confirmed Itinerary

March 8, Friday

  • 1:40  PM - Pick up in Havana Airport.  

    • Driver will meet you at arrivals. He will have a sign with your name on it.  In case of assistance you can contact: ( +53 78612898)

    • Drive will be approximately 30 min long

    • You will be dropped off at your accommodation, AS  Residence   

  • Free afternoon and evening. 

March 9-10, Satursday and Sunday

  • Free Time


March 11, Monday

  • 10:00 AM Depart for the Jose Marti Airport for your flight, AA 2706, departing at 1:00 PM.  

    • We like to pick up clients around 3 hours before their flight. But you can decide to leave at a different time. Please coordinate with the front desk.  Drive from the hotel to the airport is about 30-45min ​

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Additional Information

  • "Visa" or Travel Card: You will need to buy your Cuba Travel Card at the airport. Please check with your airline as they are responsible for that. 

  • Online Form: You are required to fill this form before checking into your flight.  This is a Cuban government requirement.  You will get a QR code via email afterwards, which you are required to show upon entering Cuba. 

  • Money ExchangeYour guide will assist with money exchange as needed, as well as guidance on how to connect to the network  in Cuba.

  • Money: 

    • We recommend to budget about $150 USD per day.  This should be enough for meals, drinks. and tips.

    • Please bring cash as debit or credit cards don't work in Cuba.

    • Vendors and providers are giving better exchange rates than banks and ATMs.  In some cases the difference is 1 Euro/USD = 120 pesos (Official rate) vs 180 pesos (Rate offered by vendors/service providers)

    • We are currently recommending not to exchange all your cash up front, as more and more restaurants are now accepting USD/Euros as payment.  It is good to have some exchange to use at stores and vendors.

    • Please work with your guide to exchange money as needed.

    • Do not exchange at the airport or at ATMs. Work with your guide. 

  • Network Connectivity:

    • You can't download apps once ini Cuba. Make sure you download all the apps you need (i.e. Whatsapp, La Nave, VPN)  in advance. 

      • La Nave is like the Uber of Cuba. Although the guide will help with this so you don't have to worry about it.  

      • Google Maps file on Havana/Trinidad is also a good  download to have prior to the trip. ​

    • You can purchase a SIM card for your phone to access the Cuban ​network.  The guide can help with this.  Note: Not all phones work (Specially iPhones)

    • You should have access to wifi at the hotel.

    • American banks don't let you access their apps while in Cuba.  

  • Tips, meals, and the meal of your guide (should you choose to invite them to join you) are not included in the cost.  

  • Schedule: Please confirm with the guide times for dinner and activities. Sometimes schedule might have to chance.   

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Please let me know if you have any questions. 




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