NYC Operator to Begin Cuba Guided Tours
NEW YORK, USA — A tour operator based in New York City will begin taking American tourists to Cuba next year.
The 11-day smarTours Cuba vacation will begin in April and May 2015 from $2,999 per person based on double occupancy, including airfare. Due to limited availability and significant demand, Cuba tours are available for repeat smarTours clients only until December 18. Any new smarTours customer can sign-on for a Cuba tour after that date.
“Very few Americans realize that legal travel to Cuba is possible,” says Greg Geronemus, co-CEO of smarTours. “Not only does smarTours provide travelers with legal access to Cuba with its ‘People-to-People’ licence issued by the US Treasury Department, but smarTours also offers a comprehensive experience on this forbidden island at an affordable price.”
Tours include one night in Miami, three nights in Havana, two nights in Cienfuegos, two nights in Camaguey and two nights in Holguin.