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A Runaway Slave Lunch in Cuba

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When Jan Bower wrote in her trip evaluation that the "Runaway Slave Lunch" was a highlight of her Wildland Adventure to Cuba, we had to find out more. What Runaway Slave Lunch, we asked? Cuba is all about surprises, about the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of Cubans, and their longing to reach out and connect with travelers passing through t...
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Cuba Guest Review: "It's a very safe and memorable place!"

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The Powis family had traveled with us before to Peru and Costa Rica and came back wanting to explore Cuba over the holidays. I designed a 9-day trip to immerse them in the culture of Cuba. They went boating, hiking, and snorkeling and explored different cultural aspects of Cuba, such as meeting farmers, artists and musicians. "I used Wildland for t...
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The Zimmerman family connecting in Cuba

The Zimmerman family connecting in Cuba
Considering travel to Cuba? Check out this trip review and travel tips with images from the Zimmerman family, 5x alumni travelers having been on Wildland Adventures to Costa Rica, Patagonia, India, Kenya and Peru. They asked us if we could arrange a short weekend-to-weekend adventure to Cuba with their adult son and his partner. They viewed this custom trip to Cuba as their first of more adventures to the island so they decided to stay together as a family in an apartment and focus exclusively on exploring Havana in depth. Jeff was specifically interested in pursuing his interest in drumming and everyone in the family wanted to learn all about Cuba. They also wanted to have time for independent exploration beyond the people-to-people guided connections we planned for them each day. Their trip review will give you a good idea of what to expect on our custom adventures to Cuba designed according to each...
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