CUBA TRAVEL SURGE:
Now is the time to visit Cuba!
It is going to quickly become
much more expensive!
Are you confused about the best way to legally visit Cuba? You’re in good company! A large majority of experienced world travelers, travel agents, and even government officials (who should know) simply do not comprehend the screwy, contradictory, ever-changing, and outdated regulations regarding Cuba travel.
I can explain these guidelines to you in simple, verifiable terms, so you can visit this beautiful, safe, and friendly Caribbean neighbor. I’ve been traveling to Cuba legally since 1999. (I also went in 2010 illegally and got caught. That made me even more determined to go back!)
My name is Jim Lewis. I am passionate about Cuba and its people. My background includes working as an RN, as well as having experience in the Travel Industry. I would be happy to advise you on the various ways to travel to Cuba legally. I am familiar with most American Tour companies and their itineraries. You can travel with an expensive, top-of-the-line tour, or with a budget company. You can visit on a highly-structured “purposeful visit” which conforms to regulations and guidelines listed by the U.S. Department of Treasury. But you can also visit independently as part of a small group, a couple, or even as an individual, and still conform to these guidelines.
I sincerely believe that the highest value trip you can experience is on one of my expeditions. I just completed my 10th trip as a travel guide in the past 4 years. A participant said it was the “Perfect Tour for Non-Tour People.” The cost was about 60% the price of other Cuba adventures with comparable itineraries and hotels. As a group, we had access to sights and experiences not available to individuals or large commercial tour members. Yet there was sufficient time each day for travelers to research and experience various individual interests.
The dates for the next two expeditions will be November 14-23 and December 5-14, 2015. For more information, click on “Tours/My Tours.” RN’s can earn up to 30.0 continuing education contact hours. (Click on “Nursing Education.”) If the dates, itinerary, or price doesn’t work for you, I would be happy to assist and coordinate your visit with various other travel service providers.
I encourage you to consider visiting Cuba soon. You will not be disappointed. It is going to get much more expensive in the near future. You can also keep up-to-date on trends and changes in travel by reading my Cuba Travel Newsletter.
Thank you for your interest in visiting Cuba.
Sincerely, Jim Lewis