Study Abroad in Cuba

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Meet the People of Cuba and learn about their lives!

December 28 - Jan 11, 2014

Years after the U.S. travel ban to Cuba was tightened, doors are slowly opening. There are now limited opportunities to visit the island. Be among on of the first U.S. groups to visit Cuba.

Who can participate?

Open to anyone wanting to learn about Cuba.
Our groups include faculty, staff, students, and interested people from the general public.

See why everyone loves Havana

Marvel at how one of the most beautiful cities in the Caribbean is being restored, rub shoulders with locals walking along the faded elegance of the Malecon sea walk,eat in private home restaurants called paladares, visit the house of Cuban hero Jose Marti, visit the Museums, cafes.

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Meet with the government

  • Cuban Institute of International Friendship (ICAP)
  • General Assembly of Cuba
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Ministry of Education

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Program costs:

Package price: $3,708 includes

  • round trip airfare: Miami ­— Havana
  • 15 nights in first class hotels (per double person occupancy, supplement for single room is $499.)
  • daily breakfast and lunch or dinner
  • welcome, New Year and farewell dinners
  • fully escorted by expert English speaking Cuban guide
  • museums and special interests visits
  • flight from Havana to Santiago and ground travel around the island in air-conditioned motor coach
  • arrival and departure assistance at airport
  • visa fees
  • trip cancellation, baggage, medical and accidental death insurance.

Deposit for trip: $300.00

Earn 3 units of college credit in Anthropology: Cuba and the U.S. Prospects for change and opportunity

There will be pre-departure meetings and an assigned reading list. 

For more information contact:
Prof. Lenore Gallin,
Diablo Valley College
PL 105, FO 129


For a brochure with application click here

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