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Dec

09

Condé Nast Traveler Names InsightCuba Among the World's Best Travel Specialists

For a second consecutive year, Condé Nast Traveler has honored insightCuba with the Top Travel Specialist award. The publication’s December edition named Director of Cuba Operations, Alison Coelho, among its most trusted Travel Specialists singling out Coehlo’s ability to introduce visitors to “artists, musicians, and entrepreneurs—or even register you for the Havana Marathon.”


Sep

30

Experience the MaraCuba

My father has always been a marathon and triathlon enthusiast. As he continues to race, he has developed bucket-list places to visit. In August of 2014, he signed us up for Cuba’s annual Marabana marathon. This would be my first race.

It’s not yet legal for Americans to visit Cuba for tourism purposes, but we were able to participate in Marabana legally, under the sports category of permitted travel, through insightCuba. One of the cultural activities we enjoyed along with the entire country was MaraCuba.


Aug

19

Hello I am Consuelo Perez Weber

Consuelo began working with insightCuba in June of 2015 and has since led more than 15 tours. A proud Texan, Consuelo lives in the U.S.—a boon for our guests, as she travels to and from Cuba with the groups. She consistently receives rave reviews, such as:

“Consuelo and Madeline were among the most exceptional guides I have ever had! They, apart from the beauty and charm of Cuba, made the trip more worthwhile.” 
– Undiscovered 4.3.16 


May

13

Cuba’s Best-Kept Secrets: From Political Passions to Unspoiled Towns and Tasty Pastry, insightCuba Finds The Island’s Hidden Treasures

Every place has its secrets. Cuba’s include political intrigue, well-priced treats, and villages barely touched by time. We asked insightCuba tour leaders what they considered Cuba’s best-kept secrets. Here is what they said:


Mar

31

President Obama Visits Cuba

President Barack Obama was neither the first nor last head of state to make an official visit to Cuba this year. However, his trip has already been recognized as the most unexpected, important, and original.

Accelerated efforts to restore relations have united two neighbors who share culture, kin, and, notwithstanding the embargo, economies.  


Mar

18

Obama Further Eases Travel Restrictions Ahead of Historic Visit

It took 88 years, but the day is finally here. The first sitting president to visit Cuba, since Calvin Coolidge attended the Pan American Conference in Havana in January 1928, comes as coronation of the last 15 months of diplomatic efforts between the formerly alienated nations. 


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