Subject: The Wait Is Over – Cuba Is Open to U.S. Visitors
[Be One of the First to Visit Cuba with A&K]
Be One of the First to Visit Cuba with A&K
For nearly 50 years, Cuba has been off-limits to U.S. citizens. Beginning in September, join A&K on Cuba: The Forbidden Isle Revealed, a landmark opportunity to discover our enigmatic neighbor.
Working with a registered not-for-profit group – and thanks to our years of experience operating in Cuba through our UK office – we have created an itinerary that reveals the heart and soul of this island nation. Walk the cobblestone streets of Old Havana, savor the unspoiled beauty of Trinidad, meet families in culture-rich Matanzas and experience Hemingway’s Cuba with a visit to Finca Vigia, his seaside home.
Don’t miss this chance to visit one of the world’s most alluring – and misunderstood – destinations with a company that knows it inside and out.
Only with A&K:
• Explore the historic city of Trinidad
• Travel in executive coaches featuring first-class seats and air conditioning • Pay a visit to Ernest Hemingway’s Finca Vigia before it opens to the public
• Discover culturally rich Matanzas with a stop at a nineteenth-century pharmacy • Go behind the scenes at the famous Teatro Sauto in Matanzas
• Lunch al fresco and to the tune of a live local band at the opulent DuPont House
Cuba: The Forbidden Isle Revealed
Prices begin at $4,325 per person, plus charter international air ($449), visa ($55) and a non-profit partner fee ($200).
Marco Polo Club members can save $255 per person on the inaugural September 30, 2011, departure.
Day 1: Arrive Cienfuegos
Days 2-3: Trinidad
Days 4-5: Havana
Day 6: Viñales
Day 7: Havana
Day 8: Matanzas
Day 9: Las Terrazas
Day 10: Havana
Day 11: Depart Havana
Sep 30, Oct 14, Oct 17, Nov 23, Dec 12, Dec 21 2012 departures Jan 6, Jan 13, Feb 24, Mar 5, Mar 23, Apr 9, Apr 20
Contact us to plan your journey