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“Hasta Cuba offers a curated experience highlighting the vivid transitional period in Cuban history, by connecting travelers with local experts and resources, and opening the doors for independent exploration.”

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Habana - Guide

Viñales - Guide

Trinidad - Guide


Casas Particulares

- Familia -

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Our family is 100% profesional with great experience and can't wait to share it with you. We want to meet you.

Hasta Cuba family member Andrés González

Andrés González

- tour guides manager -
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Hasta Cuba family member Max Nelson

Max Nelson

- CEO -
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Hasta Cuba family member Danneys Torres

Danneys Torres

- Cultural manager -
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why hastacuba & FAQs

Why hastacuba

Hasta Cuba is an opportunity to enter a world that has been out of reach for as long as one can remember. As we have experienced, the best part of travel is connecting with the local people and finding hidden gems. This trip is designed to provide one with a local perspective along with a sense of freedom allowing for ample time for independent exploration.

By joining one of our curated programs you will get to take advantage of years of knowledge, and gain access and insight into local favorites while avoiding some of the challenges of traveling within an emerging country.

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frequently asked

Cuba has a dual currency economy. It has a Cuban convertible peso commonly referred to as (CUC) and the Cuban peso also Know as the moneda nacional or CUP and his only by Cubans.

You will exchange for the CUC, In 2011 the CUC was re-valued to be equal to the U.S. Dollar at a 1:1 ratio. This exchange rate is subject to change at any time and for the most up-to-date information, check with the hastacuba representative.

There are numerous places to exchange currency in Cuba, the airport, tourist hotels, banks and CADECA (official money exchange agency).

The trip leader will show you the best places to exchange currency and will provide time during the trip to do so. Be sure to have proper ID (passport) on hand.

It is very important to note that due to the U.S. embargo against Cuba ATM, debit, and Credit cards from the U.S. DO NOT work.

Though the majority of activities are included in Hasta Cuba trips you will still want or need spending money. The amount varies greatly by individual, depending on personal preference.

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- How to Connect -

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Address (USA)

1663 14th st Oakland, California 94607

Address (CUBA)

Monserrate #483 e/ Muralla & Teniente Rey. Habana Vieja. CP - 10100