CWC and Owners, Agents, and Employees act only as the agent for any transportation carrier, hotel, ground operator, or other suppliers of services connected with this program (“other providers”), and the other providers are solely responsible and liable for providing their respective services.
Meet Irene and the company, considered by many to be the finest flamenco dancers in Cuba.
Visit the Miramar neighborhood for lunch, before time to see the Hotel Nacional and visit a private home.
A $1,000 per person deposit, along with a completed and signed Reservation Form, will reserve a place for participants on this program.
The balance of the trip is due 90 days prior to departure and must be paid by check.
We reserve the right to change a program’s dates, staff, itineraries, or accommodations as conditions warrant.
If a trip must be delayed, or the itinerary changed, due to bad weather, road conditions, transportation delays, airline schedules, government intervention, sickness or other contingency for which CWC or its agents cannot make provision, the cost of delays or changes is not included.After lunch explore Callejon de Hamel, a street in Havana known for is lively murals, and an area popular with followers of the Santeria religion.Tonight explore the Fabrica de Arte Cuba, the most collaborative art project in Havana.There is considerable walking over uneven terrain and old city streets throughout the tour. In addition, many buildings do not have elevators, or the elevators may not be functioning.Restaurants in private homes often require walking up several flights of stairs. We are sure you will enjoy the trip, but want you to be aware of the physical requirements and pace.Hotel Parque Central (B, L)Visit the Museum of Cuban Art with an art historian and curator. Enjoy a free afternoon before our farewell dinner at La Guarida, one of the best paladares in Havana.