In keeping with our commitment to provide U.S. citizens with information about Cuba, the Center consults on people-to-people travel. Until unrestricted travel is again allowed between Cuba and the United States, the Center works to help those planning travel to Cuba to accomplish their goals.
We have been consulting on trips of every kind, organized by Marazul Charters, Inc.; trips that take you deep inside Cuba's social welfare system, the cultural life of Cuba, and the economics and politics of a rapidly changing society.
If you would like to reserve a spot or would like more information about the any of our upcoming CUBA Update Tours, please contact us at:
photo by Sandra Levinson
For detailed itinerary please contact Joe Guerriero at
Invitation to Join a Labor Tour of Cuba: November 16th - November 22nd: Havana, Cienfuegos
$3050 in a double; $3200 in a single
Applications can be downloaded from this website and must be sent in with a $500 deposit no later than September 30. Priority will be given to those working with labor unions, labor journalists, labor historians/academics, labor lawyers, labor consultants and activists.
231 West 29 St, 4th fl. New York, NY 10001 Tel: (212) 242-0559
The Center for Cuban Studies is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, and all donations to the Center are tax-deductible. Donors to the Center are among our most-valued members because they help to insure that the Center’s mission will be fulfilled -- normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States which permit full cultural and educational exchange.