Cuba: Havana to Viñales

Experience the magic of Old Havana and immerse yourself in the dramatic karst landscape of the Viñales Valley.

November 9 – 16, 2024

Contact us for details at [email protected] or at 212 –209 –5401.

Trip Details

Join fellow progressive travelers and The Nation’s Cuba expert, Peter Kornbluh, in Cuba as we travel in support of the Cuban people. 

During our time there, we will immerse ourselves in the beauty and energy of Havana, spending our days meeting with Cuban urban planners, former government officials, farmers, artists and others. Our evenings will be filled with exclusive concerts by renowned musicians, private showings at artists’ studios, and performances by students of Cuba’s internationally acclaimed dance institutes. We’ll tour museums with eminent art historians, wander through the markets of Old Havana, experience the scenic beauty of Pinar del Río Province and the Viñales Valley (a UNESCO World Heritage site), and savor traditional Cuban food and spirits at the island’s finest restaurants and organic farms.

See the itinerary for complete details. Questions? Contact us via the form at the bottom of this page or call us at 212-209-5401.



  • Attend a discussion and Q&A about U.S.-Cuba relations with longtime Nation contributor Peter Kornbluh and a former Cuban diplomat.
  • Take a walking tour of Old Havana and marvel at the stunning architecture.
  • Learn about housing, infrastructure and restoration programs in Havana during a lecture with an urban planner.
  • Explore the remarkable Museum of Cuban Art in the company of an art historian.
  • Overnight at casas particulares (bed and breakfasts) in Viñales, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre considered to be one of the most beautiful places in Cuba.
  • Visit a private farm owned by the same family for generations and learn about agriculture on the island followed by a farm-to-table lunch. 
  • Enjoy private music and dance performances and engaging lectures.


See the itinerary for complete details. Questions? Contact us via the form at the bottom of this page or call us at 212-209-5401.

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Peter Kornbluh

Peter Kornbluh

Peter Kornbluh, a longtime Nation contributor, serves as the director of the Cuba Documentation Project at the National Security Archive, a non-profit declassified documentation research center in Washington D.C. He is the author of several books on Cuba including Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations Between Washington and Havana (with William M. LeoGrande) and Bay of Pigs Declassified.

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