Cuba Trips

The Center for Global Justice is planning several educational trips to Cuba drawing on our 25 years of connections with this unique, forbidden (by the US government) country.  We are able to provide a unique in-depth experience that you will never forget.

Currently planned trips are open to all.

CUBA TODAY: A Society in Motion
March 11-20, 2016

See Cuba with the Center for Global Justice.  Visit cooperatives, an urban garden, community projects, a school, medical facilities, museums, and more.  Learn from experts about Cuba’s political system, Afro-Cuban religions, the country’s history, current reforms and the new relations with the US.  Enjoy Cuban music, dance, art and cuisine. Read More

CUBA: Socialism, Cooperatives and Building a Solidarity Economy  
June 19 to July 2, 2016

Visit this vibrant, changing society with the Center for Global Justice.  Learn how it is changing from a state directed system to one open to private and collective actors.  Find out about the impact of an evolving relation to the US on Cuban society. See how ordinary people are adjusting their lives to new possibilities.  Experience a society in motion. Read More


November 20-29, 2016

Two decades ago Cuba was the first country to convert from industrial agriculture to organic agriculture.  Today it is converting a major part of its economy to cooperatives.  Learn all about these exciting developments from the Cubans themselves. read more  


If you have a group that wants us to arrange a customized people-to-people trip to Cuba, contact Cliff DuRand at  Cliff has been organizing educational trips to Cuba since 1989. 


Since President Obama relaxed the U.S. embargo of Cuba, it is now possible for virtually anyone to travel to Cuba legally on one of our educational trips for a people-to-people exchange. Learn More


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commented 2016-05-17 00:46:27 -0500 · Flag
Each year my high college goes to a Spanish language place for a 10 days trip for those of us who obtain Spanish. this year my college is trying to go to Cuba. This trip is going to be simply educational so we won’t be doing material resembling horseback riding or tanning on the beach.