The United States government has changed its regulations about traveling to Cuba, but it is still possible for you to go. Road Scholar offers opportunities for U.S. travelers to go to Cuba under the government regulation titled “Support for the Cuban People.” Discover the island’s vibrant culture through interactions with locals and by supporting independent artisans, musicians and community projects. Meet the rising entrepreneurs in this extraordinary country now before it changes forever.
When it comes to travel to Cuba, we are the experts. No organization has brought more Americans there than Road Scholar. We’re based in the United States and have deep connections in the cities and rural villages throughout the island. Each of our programs complies with U.S. government regulations and promotes independence for the people of Cuba.
Road Scholar has been leading global educational adventures for over 40 years
We take care of every detail, so you can focus on your interactions with the local Cuban people. Lodgings, meals, transportation, travel assistance and gratuities — we include everything in the price of our programs.
Road Scholar offers opportunities to travel legally to Cuba under the new OFAC Regulations published June 5, 2019. Following the General License category “Support for the Cuban People,” Road Scholar programs include activities intended to strengthen civil society in Cuba.
Here are reviews from people who have taken our Cuba learning adventures...
“This was a life-changing experience. The days were packed with exactly what the program promised. The Cuban people are loving and welcoming of the attention of American people. This opportunity is a two way street for human kindness and understanding.”
“It was extremely enlightening — especially getting to know the people. Everyone we met was so inspiring. I loved the scenery, the music, the stories of their culture and history, but most of all, I loved the people”