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Unconventional travel to Cuba is our trademark. And we’ve being doing it since1973. Our group tours range in size from 10 to 15 people and each one is different from the one before and the one that comes after—giving you a unique experience. We bring you inside Cuban homes, in intimate circumstances, where you can talk, argue, debate, laugh, dance or sing together.
CCS takes you to cities and towns throughout the country. Havana, certainly, but traveling with us means you’ll visit Pinar del Rio or Matanzas, Holguin or Bayamo, Cienfuegos and Trinidad or Camaguey or Santiago de Cuba, too. Knowing Cuba means knowing not only the urban areas but discovering the countryside and small cities and towns and getting to know the people who live there and the cultural life that thrives in these places.
Cuba is not an “observer” society. It is still, to a large degree, a “participant” society, a face-to-face culture, where people like being in your face and sharing opinions on every-thing from the economy to baseball.
Some of our organized trips include:
African Roots of Cuban Culture
Art & Architecture
Charting the Revolution: A Historical Expedition
Cuba In Transition
Exploring Gender Issues
Greening of Cuba
Shooting the Revolution: A Photographic Journey
The Jews in Cuba
Visual and Performing Arts
Click here for our current group itineraries.
CCS also creates custom journeys for organizations and affinity groups.
Visit our Customized Journeys section for more information.
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