Since the softening of relations between Cuba and the U.S. has been in the news the past few months, we figured it was time to go before the floodgates opened. Unlike previous tours I’ve organized, this one is going to encompass much more than just eating. We’ll visit farmers, eat in paladars (people’s private homes, since there really is no true restaurant culture in Havana); we’ll make cigars, cruise the Malecón in some 1950s Chevys and visit the sites that inspired Hemingway – not to mention sipping a few daiquiris and mojitos along the way.
It’s November 1 – 7, and I’m even including a night in Miami, for a trip to one of my favorite places in Little Havana (hint: it’s not Versailles). Here’s the link to our trip’s information, or, you can download the itinerary.