David, will meet you at Tamiami airport prior to boarding.
We fly to Cuba everyday. You may indicate the date of your desired departure in the "note" box in your My cart page when you are booking.
Havana private getaway
Duration: 3 days and 2 nights
Price: $1600.00 per person
Havana private getawayThree days and two nights, all included with private flight for two people 3200 dollars Havana in three days (departures as requested) In these three days we fly in a private plane from Miami to Havana, we will walk through the streets of Old Havana, we will take a Mojito in La Bodeguita del Medio and a Daiquiri in El Floridita (both suggestions of Ernest Hemingway) We will visit Havana in a classic car, we will walk through El Malecon (Havana's sofa), Avenida del Puerto, Vedado, etc, At night we will see El Canonazo or as it is known on the island A historical adventure at the gates of the city and much more.
Flight to Havana by private plane, lodging, breakfast, lunch, food, drinks, entrance to places of interest, personal guide, visa, transportation in Cuba and more.
Cancellation refunds will be as follows:
4 weeks prior to the trip - 90% refund
3 weeks prior to the trip - 70% refund
2 weeks prior to the trip - 50% refund
1 week or less prior to the trip - no refund
POLICY FOR TRAVEL TO CUBA
CAN AMERICANS LEGALLY VISIT CUBA?
YES! In accordance with the NSPM, OFAC, the U.S. Department of Treasury requires that each traveler engage in a full-time schedule of activities that result in meaningful interaction with individuals in Cuba.
Such activities must also enhance contact with the Cuban people or support civil society in Cuba.
Treasury, Commerce, and State Implement Changes to the Cuba Sanctions Rules
Amendments Implement President Trump's June 2017 National Security Presidential Memorandum (NSPM) Strengthening the Policy of the United States Toward Cuba
WASHINGTON – The Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) are announcing amendments to the Cuban Assets Control Regulations (CACR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR), respectively, to implement changes to the Cuba sanctions program announced by the President in June. The State Department is taking complementary steps to implement these policy changes that cumulatively seek to channel economic activities away from the Cuban military, intelligence, and security services, while maintaining opportunities for Americans to engage in authorized travel to Cuba and support the private, small business sector in Cuba. The changes took effect on Thursday, November 9, 2017, when the regulations were published in the Federal Register.
In accordance with the NSPM, OFAC is requiring that (1) all people-to-people nonacademic educational travel be conducted under the auspices of an organization that is subject to U.S. jurisdiction and that sponsors such exchanges to promote people-to-people contact, and (2) such travelers be accompanied by a person subject to U.S. jurisdiction who is a representative of the sponsoring organization. Individual people-to-people nonacademic educational travel will no longer be authorized as announced by the President.
Renting a room in a private Cuban residence (casa particular), eating at privately owned Cuban restaurants (paladares), and shopping at privately owned stores run by self-employed Cubans (cuentapropistas) are examples of authorized activities. In order to meet the requirement of a full-time schedule, a traveler must engage in additional authorized Support for the Cuban People activities.
Our tours comply with all of these expectations
Taimi Fonst or David Portilla will meet you in Miami, will fly with you to Cuba, and accompany you throughout your trip. Upon the conclusion of the trip, Taimi and David will return with you to the United States. (... travelers be accompanied by a person subject to U.S. jurisdiction who is a representative of the sponsoring organization. Individual people-to-people nonacademic educational travel will no longer be authorized as announced by the President.)
You will stay in private homes with excellent facilities, offering you privacy, are clean and owned by a licensed host. (... support the private, small business sector in Cuba)
Enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner in Paladares privately owned restaurants. (... support the private, small business sector in Cuba)
Tropical Tours financially supports the Cuban Evangelical Church, we donate part of the money that you pay to the church. (...support civil society in Cuba)
Finally, an American can go to Cuba legally without a license or paperwork as long as your purpose of travel fits into one of these US government approved categories:
Educational activities in Cuba for schools, including people-to-people exchanges open to everyone
Professional research and professional meetings in Cuba
Public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions in Cuba
Religious activities in Cuba
Humanitarian projects in Cuba
Journalistic activities in Cuba
Family visits to close relatives in Cuba
Activities in Cuba by private foundations, or research or educational institutes
Support for the Cuban people
Exportation, importation, or transmission of information technologies or materials
Certain authorized export transactions including agricultural and medical products, and tools, equipment and construction supplies for private use
Official business of the US government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations
If your travel falls within one of these categories, you and your family are automatically authorized to visit Cuba legally without having to apply for a license.