Updated: Feb 16
Cuba is now open to foreign travel, including from the U.S. and is one of the most vaccinated nations on earth. By far the best way to judge what Cuba and the people in Cuba are like today, is to go and see for yourself, either booking your own visit, or as part of a group. You can also go legally under U.S. regulations, usually selecting the "Support for the Cuban people" category of US-permitted travel to Cuba. There probably is no better way to support the Cuban people than to go there yourself, interchange and show good will and respect for our Cuban neighbors -- and to spend some money there as well.
You can follow changes to the rules and options for such travel on our website, The WI Coalition to Normalize Relations with Cuba, as we will be working to post updates to travel regulations as they are issued (latest on May 9, 2022), and on new tour and travel opportunities. Based on prior positive experiences, we draw your attention to the upcoming trips listed below.
CUBA SI/Sol y Luna Educational Travel & Tours — Cuba Educational & Solidarity Tour - March 3-13, 2023
2023 May Day Brigade Applications
Lessons from Cuba: Exploring Art, Healthcare, Sustainability and Education — May 25- June 4, 2023 (apply by March 10, 2023)
The 33rd Friendshipment Caravan — carrying humanitarian aid to the Cuban people since 1992 — is taking applications for the 2023 trip (July 15-29). Space is limited and applications are due April 1st.