Delegations to Cuba!


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Testimonials of past members of our delegations!


The recent historic normalization of relations between the governments of Cuba and the United States has opened greater opportunities than ever before to visit the island.

The embargo against Cuba is still in place, but—although tourism is not authorized for U.S. citizens or permanent residents–, the Obama administration and the Department of State have expanded the categories under which it is possible to visit Cuba with formal delegations for educational or cultural purposes.

InfoAmericas, “the entryway to the Americas”, offers these kinds of delegations to U.S. citizens and permanent residents to the island of Cuba, under the general “People to People” license.


InfoAmericas has extensive experience in Cuba, and a wide variety of contacts in many different sectors of Cuban society, including academic, religious, artistic, journalistic, and civil society leaders and organizations. In addition, InfoAmericas possesses all the administrative, logistical, and legal know-how to organize formal delegations to the island, in accordance with all Cuban and US laws. InfoAmericas enjoys high level support in both countries to ensure your experience is professional and secure.

Read some of the testimonies of professionals who have been part of InfoAmericas delegations.


If you want to visit Cuba, join one of InfoAmericas‘ delegations. Our main objective of the guided visits to Cuba is, based on U.S. law, “to experience first hand the reality of Cuba and its people, learn about the process of the economic reforms in recent years, get informed about the repercussions of normalizing diplomatic relations, and interact with prominent actors in Cuban society, in academia, politics, culture, and journalism.”


Delegations can be personalized for each group, but your delegation may be participate in a wide variety of activities, including:

  • Direct contact with the Cuban people
  • Visits to cultural organizations, specialized in studio arts, music, theater, and dance.
  • Visits to Cuban labor and professional organizations.
  • Meetings with experts on Cuban media, prose, and poetry.
  • Visits to respected academic institutions in Cuba, including the Center for the Study of International Migration, the Center for Research on the International Economy, the Center for Hemispheric and United States Studies, the Jose Martí International Institute of Journalism, and the House of the Americas, among many others.
  • Guided visits to museums and historical sites in Cuba like the Museum of the Revolution, the historic fort “El Morro”, the famous waterfront “Malecón”, the art galleries of Paseo Obispo, the “Paseo del Prado”, the impressive Museum of Fine Arts, and other places in the heart of Old Havana.
  • A guided architectural tour of Old Havana
  • Trip to Varadero, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean.

The cost of the guided delegations generally covers all airfare, most taxes, a Cuban visa and all visa processing through the Cuban Interests Section in Washington, DC, lodging, and transportation on the island. InfoAmericas also may provide scholarships to cover these costs for young Latino students in the metro DC area committed to working in their communities.

Join InfoAmericas and participate in the next delegation to the island of Cuba


For information about availability and cost, CONTACT US.