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Chamber-only tours open up travel to Cuba

NORTHERN KENTUCKY (March 21, 2012) — Thanks to policy changes made mid-2011, the Treasury Department is once again granting “people-to-people” cultural travel licenses to Cuba.

Although it is illegal for U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba, Chamber Explorations, a leading travel provider for chambers of commerce across North America, is now able to provide legal people-to-people travel to Cuba sanctioned by the U.S. Their Chamber-only tours are designed to create a unique travel experience with a networking opportunity that is unlike any other!

The trip departs August 16th and is truly a cultural and educational experience! Days are filled visiting historical sites and local artisans. Our tour highlights include: Ernest Hemingway’s Farm, Bay of Pigs Museum, Old Havana Tour, Coffee Plantation, Cigar Factory, villages featuring self-sustainability and urban planning success, and much more.

Space is limited, registration is on a strict first come-first serve basis. $3,499 for members; $3,599 for nonmembers (price based on double occupancy).

The Chamber will offer a free one-time informational meeting on April 19, 2012 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Chamber offices. A representative from Chamber Explorations will be on hand to make a presentation on the trip and answer questions. Drinks and appetizers will be provided. Register here.