Create Your Support the Cuban People Itinerary
ViaHero · March 23, 2018
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Support for the Cuban People Itinerary Requirements
The idea of the Support for the Cuban People
The full text of the policy is listed on the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations.
And ViaHero has summarized the text and answered key questions in the article Travel to Cuba with the Support for the Cuban People Category.
But the key thing for you to remember when you plan a trip to Cuba is that you must participate in activities that support the Cuban people for at least six hours per day on weekdays. This is considered a full-time schedule.
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Sample Activities for Your Support the Cuban People Itinerary
It’s easy to fill a Support the Cuban People itinerary with activities relevant to almost any interest. This is just a small sample of what you could do on your trip to Cuba.
- Visit local farms. One favorite farm is the Finca Agroecologica El Paraiso in Viñales. Visitors get a tour of the property and a luxurious lunch spread with roast pork, bread, and fruits and veggies
grownon the farm. There are also tobacco farms in Viñales where you can learn how cigars are made.
- Visit churches and learn about the charity work they do. Churches in Cuba provide all kinds of support to the community and you might be able to contribute to their good works on your trip. It can be a fun way to give back and get to know locals.
- Shop for souvenirs in privately-owned shops. Giving your dollars directly to private entrepreneurs is a great way to support the Cuban people. Art lovers will find it particularly easy to do this as there are so many galleries in Cuba. Spend some time chatting with the owners and artists to learn about their lives, too.