Arrival in Miami: December 9, 2022
Program Dates: December 10-19, 2022
Location: The eastern region of Cuba, including Havana
Faculty Leaders: Professor of Biology Meghan Brown and Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies May Farnsworth
Discover Cuba on this once-in-a-lifetime, week-long program open to HWS alumni and parents!
Professor of Biology Meghan Brown and Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies May Farnsworth lead this intimate educational exchange. Participants will experience the healthiest and best-preserved nature in the Caribbean and immerse themselves in day-in-the-life experiences with Cuban community leaders, business owners, artists, and farmers.
- API Support: Program Leader and Resident Director
- Guided tours with bilingual guides
- Welcome and cultural orientation
- Excursions and cultural activities
- Housing and meals
- Ground transportation and airport transfers
- Playa Girón/Ciénaga de Zapata
- Hanabanilla/El Nicho
- Passport valid through 06/2023
- COVID-19 vaccination
Destination Overview - Cuba
While seemingly distant, Cuba and the U.S. are separated by a mere 90 miles of water. Participants will experience Cuba’s natural beauty, welcoming people, and Havana’s colonial charm. Join us to participate in the Cuban lifestyle, which places value on time spent with others enjoying nature, food, art, and life to the fullest.