Visit one of Cuba’s most influential photographers, Roberto Salas, in his home studio.

Born in New York, Roberto Salas traveled to Cuba in 1959 to document Fidel Castro’s rise to power. Mr. Salas had privileged access to Fidel Castro, Ché Guevara, and other revolutionaries during and after the Cuban Revolution. His work, spanning decades, has been featured in numerous museums and galleries across the world.

In meeting with Mr. Salas, you’ll get an insider’s look at what Cuba’s revolution was really like – from the perspective of those who led it.

This activity is available on our Undiscovered Cuba tour or can be integrated into a custom-made itinerary