Photograph The Heart and Soul of Cuba

Join us in Cuba a uniquely-designed tour for photography and culture lovers.

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stands out as one of the most welcoming, interesting and photogenic places I’ve ever traveled.

Along with the iconic cars, cigars, salsa and sizzle, there is far more to this island of rich history and stunning visual beauty.

Our special access and expert guidance will allow us to explore Cuba more deeply than most individual travelers can.

This tour is for photography enthusiasts and cultural travelers alike. You’ll be humbled by the warmth and generosity of Cuba’s people. You’ll experience first hand why Cuba and it’s creative and resilient people capture the heart of avid travelers. 

We stay exclusively in registered Cuban B&B’s (called Casas Particulares), so you are meeting Cubans where they live, not uniformed behind a busy desk in a foreign-owned hotel. After this tour, you will not only have made photographs where few visitors have, and you will also have gotten to know Western Cuba in a way that most visitors do not.

That’s the cultural adventure we have created. Alongside our Cuban-guides, Dave will offer his photography expertise throughout our tour. You’ll return home with new friends, remarkable stories and many prized photographs.  You’ll learn a lot whether you photograph or not, and will see Cuba in transition before it changes forever.

We’ll meet you in Havana as our tour begins!

~ David Julian, photographer / instructor

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Join us for 9 days:
October 27 – November 4, 2016 for just $3895 p/p shared room*.

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• Register now to save your spot as we are almost full (@ 8/9/16).

• Download our 8-page illustrated brochure that details this unique culture & photography tour.

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*Price is for double room occupancy. Single room options available for a limited time. Price does not include airfare to Cuba, but we will suggest purchase options. See brochure for details.

 

 

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