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University & College faculty, staff & students, K-12 teachers from USA are eligible to travel to Cuba under the General License, a process that can be completed by individuals & educational institutions without submitting the application to OFAC.

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More than 60 Cuba tours departing in 2018 & 2019! Here’s our full roster:
Cuba Real Tour 9 From Sep 15 to Sep 22, 2018
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Cuba Real Tour 10 From Oct 13 to Oct 20, 2018
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Cuba Business Tour From Oct 14 to Oct 21, 2018
Performing Arts Tour From Oct 14 to Oct 21, 2018
Healthcare Cuba Tour From Oct 14 to Oct 21, 2018
Dance Cuba Tour From Oct 14 to Oct 21, 2018
Cuba Ballet Festival From Oct 27 to Nov 3, 2018
Seven Historical Cities I From Nov 8 to Nov 19, 2018
Cuba Nature Tour From Nov 9 to Nov 18, 2018
Jo Jazz Havana Trip From Nov 14 to Nov 21, 2018
Cuba Real Tour 11 From Nov 17 to Nov 24, 2018
Cuba Engage 11 From Nov 17 to Nov 24, 2018
Film Festival Cuba Tour From Dec 8 to Dec 15, 2018
Cuba Real Tour 12 From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Cuba Engage 12 From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 9 From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 10 From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 11 From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Bird Watching Cuba Tour From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Cuba Architecture Tour From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Cuban Art Explorer IV From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Jewish Heritage Tour From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Photography Tour IV From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Family Discovery Tour From Dec 29 to Jan 5, 2019
Havana Jazz Festival From Jan 13 to Jan 21, 2019
Cuba Jazz Festival From Jan 16 to Jan 21, 2019
Cuba Real Tour 1 From Jan 19 to Jan 26, 2019
Cuba Engage 1 From Jan 19 to Jan 26, 2019
Havana Book Fair 2019 From Feb 1 to Feb 8, 2019
Cuba Al Natural From Feb 15 to Feb 26, 2019
Cuba Real Tour 2 From Feb 16 to Feb 23, 2019
Cuba Engage 2 From Feb 16 to Feb 23, 2019
Habano Cigar Festival From Feb 23 to Mar 2, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 1 From Mar 2 to Mar 9, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 2 From Mar 9 to Mar 16, 2019
Cuba Real Tour 3 From Mar 16 to Mar 23, 2019
Cuba Engage 3 From Mar 16 to Mar 23, 2019
Cuba Art Explorer I From Mar 16 to Mar 23, 2019
Cuba Baseball Tour From Mar 16 to Mar 23, 2019
Bird Watching Cuba Tour From Mar 16 to Mar 23, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 3 From Mar 16 to Mar 23, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 4 From Mar 23 to Mar 30, 2019
Photography Tour I From Apr 13 to Apr 20, 2019
The Nature of Cuba From Apr 13 to Apr 22, 2019
Cuba Engage 4 From Apr 13 to Apr 20, 2019
Cuba Real Tour 4 From Apr 13 to Apr 20, 2019
Havana Art Biennial From Apr 13 to Apr 20, 2019
Four Biosphere Reserves From May 3 to May 12, 2019
Cuba Engage 5 From May 18 to May 25, 2019
Cuba Real Tour 5 From May 18 to May 25, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 5 From Jun 15 to Jun 22, 2019
Cuba Engage 6 From Jun 15 to Jun 22, 2019
Cuba Art Explorer II From Jun 15 to Jun 22, 2019
Cuba Real Tour 6 From Jun 15 to Jun 22, 2019
Photography Tour II From Jun 15 to Jun 22, 2019
Fire Festival Cuba Tour From Jun 29 to Jul 6, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 6 From Jul 6 to Jul 13, 2019
Cuba Real Tour 7 From Jul 6 to Jul 13, 2019
Cuba Engage 7 From Jul 6 to Jul 13, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 7 From Jul 13 to Jul 20, 2019
Cuba Real Tour 8 From Aug 17 to Aug 24, 2019
Cuba Engage 8 From Aug 17 to Aug 24, 2019
Photographers On Tour From Aug 17 to Aug 24, 2019
Cuba Education Tour 8 From Aug 17 to Aug 24, 2019
Cuba Art Explorer III From Aug 17 to Aug 24, 2019
Jews of Cuba Travel From Aug 17 to Aug 24, 2019
Cuba Architecture Tour I From Aug 17 to Aug 24, 2019
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Seven Historical Cities II From Aug 17 to Aug 24, 2019
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Cuba Student Tours for US Students offers American Schools the RARE chance to travel to Cuba legally from USA and partake in Cuba Art Tours at the prestigious Cuban Art Academy of San Alejandro. This authentic Cuba travel experience offers the chance to discover the authentic Cuba that lays beyond Cuba tourism hotspots.

Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes “San Alejandro” is the oldest and most prestigious fine arts school in Cuba. It was founded in 1818 at the Convent of San Alejandro by the French painter, Jean Baptiste Vermay, who was its first director. It is located today in a monumental building built in the early 1940s. Originally a conservative institute, San Alejandro has now become a symbol of what the revolution has done for the Cuban education system.

Do not wait any longer. Now is the time to start planning the next Cuba tour for your students. Cuba tours for students are hard to find these days, especially if traveling to Cuba from the United States of America. Your students will consider traveling to Cuba an experience of a lifetime. They will come home optimistic and inspired by fresh perspectives on what is possible not only personally but also socially. Request a custom-made no-obligation Cuba School Tour for your students today, and check some of the resources we put at your service.

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Notice to US Academic Institutions, US Secondary Schools and other US Educational Organizations on Cuba Travel:



In January 2016, the US Government announced further enhancements to the 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba that previously required a specific license (this is, lengthy applications to OFAC). Now travel to the Caribbean island is allowed under a general license (this is, self-completed paperwork with no application to OFAC needed).

After President Trump’s policy change on USA Cuba travel on November 9, 2017, the General License for Educational Activities remains in place. Accredited U.S. graduate or under graduate degree-granting institutions; U.S. Academic Institutions; and U.S. Schools can organize and sponsor an educational trip to Cuba for their students, faculty and staff under the General License for Educational Activities, provided that the trip meets OFAC guidelines; and that an employee or other representative of the organization escorts the trip to make sure such guidelines are followed by all participants.

The purpose of the Cuba travel should be for:

_ the participation in a structured educational program offered for credit as part of a course of the sponsoring institution;

_ educational exchanges sponsored by Cuban or U.S. secondary schools involving secondary school students’ participation in a formal course of study or in a structured educational program offered by a secondary school or other academic institution, and led by a teacher or other secondary school official are authorized. This authorization allows for participation of a reasonable number of adult chaperones to accompany the secondary school students to Cuba.

_ attendance at non-commercial academic seminars, conferences and workshops related to Cuba sponsored or co-sponsored by U.S. academic institution.

_ non- commercial academic research related to Cuba for the purpose of obtaining a graduate or undergraduate degree;

_ the participation in a formal course of study at a Cuban academic institution provided that credits will be accepted toward the student’s graduate or undergraduate degree;

_ participation in a 10-week structured educational program in Cuba as part of a course offered at the U.S. institution;

_ participation in a formal 10-week course of study at a Cuban academic institution, provided the formal course of study in Cuba will be accepted for credit toward the student’s undergraduate or graduate degree at the U.S. institution;

_ teaching for 10 weeks at a Cuban academic institution by an individual regularly employed in a teaching capacity at the U.S. institution.

We take care of all details both in North America and in Cuba, including VISA and flight arrangements to Cuba's main destinations via USA ports (Miami, Tampa, New York, Los Angeles, or other) or through third countries like Canada and Mexico. Authorized US organizations can travel through a third country subject to the same restrictions and requirements as those flying directly from USA.

At Authentic Cuba Travel, we have been organizing such educational and cultural travel experiences from the United States of America for years with great success.

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With customizable Cuba student tours, it is easy to offer North American Universities and Schools the educational experiences American students expect out of art tours to Cuba. Not only is there a Cuba school tour to fit any group size, educational interest and budget, but each one also immerses Canadian and US professors and students in the authentic Cuba and takes you deep into the heart and soul of the Cuban people.

Cuba Study Tours Include:


  • Nice, Safe, Clean 3 & 4 Star Hotels
  • Most Meals
  • Complimentary Professor(s) Participation
  • Official Asistur Cuban Health Insurance
  • Luxury Air-conditioned Coach Transportation
  • An Expert Cuban English Speaking Guide
  • Activities & Exchanges as Described
  • 24/7 Support Before, During and After your Cuba Study Tour
  • Resources for Educators:


  • Free Exploration Tour
  • 100 Educator Loyalty Points per student!
  • Complimentary Custom Website
  • Complimentary Facebook Page
  • Fundraising Ideas
  • Parents Updates
  • Won’t be alone when introducing your Cuba Educational Tour


  • If you are an education professional looking to explore Cuba on your own before taking your students, check these Cuba education tours. They are even free for qualifying educators.

  • Cuba Education Tour 9Havana, Cienfuegos & TrinidadDec 29- Jan 5, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 10Havana, Bay of Pigs, Santa.. Dec 29- Jan 5, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 11Havana & Santiago de Cuba Dec 29- Jan 5, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 1Havana, Cienfuegos & Trinidad Mar 2- Mar 9, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 2Havana, Cienfuegos & Trinidad Mar 9- Mar 16, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 3Havana, Bay of Pigs, Santa..Mar 16- Mar 23, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 4Havana, Las Terrazas & Vinales Mar 23- Mar 30, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 5Havana, Cienfuegos & Trinidad Jun 15- Jun 22, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 6Havana & Santiago de Cuba Jul 6- Jul 13, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 7Havana, Las Terrazas & Vinales Jul 13- Jul 20, 2019Book Now
  • Cuba Education Tour 8Havana, Cienfuegos & TrinidadAug 17- Aug 24, 2019Book Now

  • Day 1. Saturday.
    Your Cuba Student Tour Begins!
    Arrival at "Jose Marti" International Airport in Havana City.

    Student tours to Cuba for US high schools, colleges and universities start in Havana city.

    Group welcomed by the Authentic Cuba Travel Cuban guide and driver. Transfer to your Hotel Presidente, located in Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Private group check-in.

    Breakfast and dinner are complimentary in our cuba tours for american schools.
    Day 2. Sunday.
    Students explore Old Havana, UNESCO World Heritage Site
    Morning: tours to Cuba for students kick off with a guided walking tour of Old Havana, UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Visit to Square of Arms, ancient military parade ground for Spanish soldiers and surrounded by impressive buildings such as:

    Palacio de los Capitanes Generales was the former seat of colonial government. Today the building houses the Museum of the City.

    Palacio del Segundo Cabo. The seat of the second authority of the island. Today it houses important publishing concerns.

    Castillo de la Real Fuerza. The second oldest fortress built by the Spaniards in the West Indies. The castle was recently renovated and reopened in June 2008 to hold the impressive maritime museum. Well laid out exhibits chart Spain and Cuba's naval history.

    Lunch at La Mina restaurant where where students participating in our Cuba school tours can enjoy traditional Cuban dishes and music live!

    Visit to the Cathedral Square, the most beautiful and private 18th century colonial plaza of Cuba, named after the masterpiece of Cuban baroque architecture: the Cathedral of Havana built by the Jesuit order.

    Continue walking tour onto San Francisco Square, one of the oldest in the historical quarter.

    Visit to Plaza Vieja, the only civic square of colonial times. Notice it doesn't have a church or government building around.

    Here we will visit important institutions for visual arts in Cuba. It provides an introduction to one of the main educational objectives of our Cuba art tours: getting to know Cuba’s contemporary art scene and Cuban artist firsthand.

    Next our tours to Cuba for students offer ample free time in the famous handicraft market of Old Havana where travelers can purchase all sorts of crafts and souvenirs by local artisans.

    Return to hotel.

    Evening: tonight we have a Cuban band playing for your students privately! An authentic Cuba travel treat that separates our student tours to Cuba from the rest. You'll learn to dance to Salsa, Son, Rumba, and other popular Cuban rhythms with instruction from bandleaders.
    Day 3. Monday.
    Intro to Cuba Art Program
    Morning: fine arts classes at the Cuban Fine Arts Academy "San Alejandro".

    The course begins with an audition class specially structured to assess the students’ artistic level. It is important for the success of your school tour to Cuba that Cuban teachers assess your students’ artistic level that way students can be placed in the right classroom. Students traveling to Cuba as part of our Cuba Art Tours will benefit from this assessment greatly.

    Lunch on your own.

    Afternoon: Tours to Cuba for students feature private visits to the studios of important Cuban contemporary artists such as Alicia Leal and Juan Moreira, Britos’ Sisters, Ernesto Benitez and others young prominent artists. Our Cuba student tours lead the way to inclusive Cuba art tours that bring you closer to the way of doing of top-notch Cuban artists. Exclusive visits to secluded Cuban art collections enrich the authentic Cuba travel adventure.

    Evening: attending a baseball game at the Latinoamericano Stadium, popularly known in Cuba as "The Colossus of Cerro” is an attractive activity of our Cuba student tours that US students visiting Cuba enjoy greatly. The stadium holds 55,000 people. In 1999, it hosted an exhibition series between Cuban National Team and the Baltimore Orioles (optional)..
    Day 4. Tuesday. Cuban Art Exploration
    Morning: Students taking part of our Cuba art tours for American schools will attend today fine arts classes at the Cuban Fine Arts School "San Alejandro" for the second time.

    Student Cuba tours are welcomed by Jose Fuster, one of the most important Cuban ceramists and painters today at his private residence and studio in “Fusterlandia”.

    Afternoon: followed by coach tour of the most important sites of Modern Havana such as the Capitol building, the Grand Theatre, Central Park, Prado promenade, Sevilla Hotel, Revolution Square, Malecón seawall, Monument to the Battleship Maine, Hotel Nacional, University of Havana, Cristóbal Colón Cemetery, and the Miramar, Central Havana and Vedado neighbourhoods. Another highlight of our Cuba tours for US schools.

    Evening: Cuba tours for US colleges and universities appreciate very much an evening exploration of Club La Zorra y El Cuervo, Havana’s most famous Jazz club. The club features great performances by island bands and soloists! (optional, not included)
    Day 5. Wednesday.
    Authentic Cuba Discovery
    Morning: Students taking part of our Cuba student tours for US high schools, colleges and universities will attend art classes at the Cuban Art School "San Alejandro" for the third time.

    Lunch on your own.

    Afternoon: Cuba tours for American students also feature a ferry boat ride across Havana harbour to the town of Regla. This Afrocuban community has a long, rich and still active tradition of African-inspired religions.

    We'll visit Regla's church dedicated to the black "Virgen de Regla" Yemayá, the African goddess of the sea in the Yoruba religion and the patron saint of sailors.

    Tour of Regla's municipal museum to learn the origins of this authentic Cuban community and its Afrocuban cultures.

    Enjoy a private Afrocuban religious dance presentation by Regla Folkloric Group_ another treat of our art tours to Cuba.

    Return to your hotel.
    Day 6 Thursday.
    Havana
    Students taking part of our Cuba student tours for US high schools, colleges and universities will attend art classes at the Cuban Art School "San Alejandro" .

    Lunch on your own.

    Afternoon: visit to the community-based project Cintio Vitier in Nuevo Vedado neighbourhood. This project offers painting, papier-mache, drama, music, dance, and other skill development workshops to elementary and secondary students. We’ll meet with director Pedro Pulido for a presentation on his outreach work in the community of Colon. Partaking with Cuba students in their daily routines is part of our Cuba students tours.

    Evening: attend one of the most authentic and popular ceremonies in Cuba, The Fire of the Cannon of 9 O’Clock at the Fortress of San Carlos de La Cabana_ another treat of our Cuba education tours for American Schools.
    Day 7. Friday.
    Havana
    Students taking part of our Cuba student tours for US high schools, colleges and universities will attend art classes at the Cuban Art School "San Alejandro" .

    Lunch on your own.

    Afternoon: Cuba educational tours should include a tour of the Museum of Fine Arts' Cuban Collection where students can appreciate the evolution of Cuba's visual arts over the last 300 years. The collection accounts for the richness of Cuban Spanish, French, Chinese and African roots. This is a mandatory stop in all our students tours to Cuba.

    Evening venue: visit to Casa de La Musica de Miramar. A great opportunity for US students visiting Cuba to partake in Rueda de Casino and Salsa dancing with Cubans and tour companions to live music of Cuban best salsa bands such as Los Van Van, Paulito FG, La Charanga Habanera, Adalberto Alvarez, and many others (entrance fee not included).
    Day 8. Saturday.
    Cuba Explorer Tours_ Las Terrazas Excursion
    Morning: time to wear those Cuba Explorer hats and hit the road. Morning departure to Las Terrazas, in Sierra del Rosario where we start the morning tour of the rural town at Rancho Curujey for explanation of the area.

    Enjoy the view of the village that lies above the shores of San Juan Lake and beneath the mountains.

    We also visit the home/studios of local artists and artisans. It is important for the success of our Cuba art tours that students traveling to Cuba from USA get familiar with the art done in rural Cuba.

    Visit to rural Primary and Secondary schools.

    Visit to the ruins of a French Coffee Plantation built in 1801.

    Continue to La Moka, an ecological hotel with trees growing up through the balconies and ceiling.

    Later we can take a swim at San Juan River cascades and pools. Lunch by the river.

    Check-in at Los Jazmines hotel with breakfast and dinner included.
    Day 9. Sunday.
    Vinales Valley_ UNESCO World Heritage Site
    Student tours to Cuba from USA will embark on the exploration of Vinales Valley, containing the most spectacular scenery in Cuba and some of the most interesting and varied geological formations on the island. The valley is particularly famous for its great freestanding rock formations called mogotes.

    Lunch at Cueva del Indio restaurant.

    After lunch we will visit the Cueva del Indio, used by the Guanahatabey Amerindians as a burial site in ancient time, and as refuge from the Spaniards for both Indians and Black slaves alike. We’ll take a short boat ride on the subterranean river running through the cave.

    Meet with local farmers that have been passing from generation to generation the secrets of growing the best tobacco in the world. Students joining our Cuba student tours learn to appreciate the hardwork and knowledge involved in the making of the famous Cuban cigars.

    Visit to Mural de la Prehistoria, a huge painting on the side of a Mogote.

    Explore Viñales Village at your leisure: its open-air craft market, Parque Marti, town church, and other interesting sites of this charming colonial hamlet.

    Visit the Viñales Botanical Garden.

    Transfer back to your hotel in Havana City.
    Day 10. Monday.
    Havana
    Students taking part of our Cuba student tours for US high schools, colleges and universities will attend art classes at the Cuban Art School "San Alejandro" .

    Lunch on your own.

    Afternoon: as part of our Cuba educational tours, we include a guided tour of the Museum of Revolution, the former Presidential Palace. Today it exhibits the history of the Cuban Revolution through documents and objects among which we find the famous Yacht Granma that returned Fidel and his 82 guerilla fighters from Mexico to Cuba to launch the struggle for liberation from the Batista dictatorship.

    Other historic artifacts include military vehicles and weaponry from the failed Bay of Pigs invasion, a U-2 spy plane shot down during the Cuban missile crisis, and items from Cuba’s nineteenth-century wars of independence.

    Evening: free to explore the city on your own and spend time with your classmates and new Cuban friends.
    Day 11. Tuesday.
    Havana
    Students taking part of our Cuba student tours for US high schools, colleges and universities will attend art classes at the Cuban Art School "San Alejandro" .


    Lunch on your own.

    Afternoon: a visit to Partagas Cigar Factory, founded in 1845 by Spaniard Don Jaime Partagas is also a highlight of our education tours to Cuba. Don Jaime owned many of the best plantations in the Vuelta Abajo tobacco-growing region of Cuba and being able to choose from among the finest tobaccos on the island made the brand Partagas incredibly successful.

    Don Jaime is also believed to have experimented with various methods of fermenting and aging tobacco and is legendarily credited with hiring the first lector to read to and entertain the cigar rollers as they worked. Before and after the Revolution, the Cuban-produced Partagás has been one of the most revered and highest-selling brands of cigars in the world (optional/ not included)

    Evening: our Cuba tours feature a free evening to explore the city on your own and spend time with your classmates and new Cuban friends.
    Day 12. Wednesday.
    Havana
    Students taking part of our Cuba students tours for US high schools, colleges and universities will attend art classes at the Cuban Art School "San Alejandro" .


    Lunch on your own.

    Afternoon: visit to Taller Experimental de Gráfica (Experimental Printing Workshop), a cooperative of young Cuban artists whom can be found working on their lithographs over stone matrices in the large, airy building. The variety of colors, sizes, and content of the prints is wide, including pieces with recognizable Cuban icons, bold black and white woodcuts.

    Evening venue: visit to Habana Cafe. A great opportunity to practice Rueda de Casino and Sala dancing with Cubans and your tour companions to live music of Cuban best salsa bands such as Los Van Van, Paulito FG y su Elite, La Charanga Habanera, Adalberto Alvarez y su Son, NG La Banda, and many others (optional/ entrance fee not included)
    Day 13. Thursday.
    Havana
    Morning: Students taking part of our Cuba tours for American schools will attend today fine arts classes at the Cuban Fine Arts School "San Alejandro".

    Lunch on your own.

    Afternoon: visit the studios of important Cuban contemporary artists such as Alicia Leal and Juan Moreira, Britos’ Sisters, Ernesto Benitez and others young prominent artists.

    Evening: attend baseball game at Latinoamericano Stadium, popularly known in Cuba as "The Colossus of Cerro” is home of Ciudad Habana Industriales. The stadium holds 55,000 people. In 1999, it hosted an exhibition series between Cuban National Team and the Baltimore Orioles (optional).
    Day 14. Friday.
    Havana
    Morning: Students taking part of our Cuba art tours for American schools will attend today fine arts classes at the Cuban Fine Arts School "San Alejandro" for the second time.

    Fine Arts School " San Alejandro" will present course participants with Certificate of Completion for their study of the Spanish Language. Lunch on your own.

    Afternoon: Free. Evening venue: visit to Casa de La Musica de Miramar. A great opportunity to Rueda de Casino and Salsa dancing with Cubans and your tour companions to live music of Cuban best salsa bands such as Los Van Van, Paulito FG, La Charanga Habanera, Adalberto Alvarez, and many others (entrance fee not included).
    Day 15. Saturday.
    Departure
    Early morning departure to Havana City International Airport for departure.

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