GeoEx: Your Ticket Into Cuba

Travel to Cuba Now & Witness History in the Making

With liberalizations unfolding in Cuba and the warming relations between the island nation and the US, this culturally compelling, frozen-in-time destination is perched on the doorstep of change. Travelers who go now have a historic opportunity to visit Cuba at a time when monumental changes are in the making and when traditional Cuban culture is still robustly alive.

Go with Longtime Cuba Experts

"Cuba is an incredibly complicated and nuanced place to do business," explains GeoEx’s Cuba pro Jennine Cohen. "The success of our trips leans heavily on our long-term relationships and our years of experience." GeoEx has been taking Americans to Cuba for the better part of a decade, starting in 2000. In recent years, through our people-to-people program, we've orchestrated direct exchanges with interesting local folks, from architects and artists to professors and politicians.

Insider Knowledge for Insider Experiences

Our crackerjack Cuba team and impeccable in-country colleagues have sleuthed out the best speakers and most insightful meetings, enabling an open exchange of ideas. To gain insight into Cuba's past, present, and future, we dialogue with musicians, historians, artists, entrepreneurs, and diplomats, who cheerfully welcome us, intent on sharing thoughts and feelings about their country and experiences. Our great variety of activities—more than other companies offer and unusual private options are designed to provide you with the most meaningful journey.

Smaller Groups Make For Better Trips

We keep our Cuba Scheduled Group Trips (6–16 people—or as few as 4 on our Private Trips), so we can enjoy increased access and mobility, and so that each of our travelers gets to be an active participant in our discussions. It’s unlikely that a group of 25 would be invited into a small workshop for a chat with artists or to an intimate gathering in a private home. Hear what guests are saying >