CUBA  To Travel

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With years of knowledge, involvement and experience in organizing journeys to Cuba, we can coordinate every feature of your trip. We operate our Support for the Cuban-People programs in compliance with OFAC Cuba Regulations – 11 Categories of Authorized Travel to Cuba. We have a diverse collection of custom inspired Support for the Cuban-People explorations in Cuba tours to choose from. Our architectural, historical and educational staff are Cuban experts that offer in-depth interchange through one-on-one encounters that explore a comprehensive assortment of cultural disciplines. ​ As guest from all over the world come to Cuba's historic urban centers attracted by its enduring cultural values, you too can - as American Citizens can still legally travel to the island under the current OFAC regulations. From the very first contact with the client, Martin Air  LLC provides all the details needed for an amazing and legal trip. Exclusive specialized Support for the Cuban-People programs, tailor-made itineraries and private tours among other services characterized our amenities, which not only allows our guest via our tours to discover the architectural treasures of the island but the intense cultural life of the country. As an expert on this modality, our agency goes beyond the old walls of the historic center of Havana; alluring our guest to other patrimonial cities on the island, presenting the opportunity to explore the diversity and development of local social- cultural community projects. ​​ Havana, Cuba’s colorful capital, is known for the Spanish colonial architecture of its 16th-century Old Havana core, including Castillo de la Real fort, now a maritime museum, and the pre-revolutionary Capitolio. 1950s American-made cars line the city’s streets and rumba groups play in the painted alley Callejón de Hamel. Salsa emanates from clubs and cabaret is still performed at the famed Tropicana. Cuba’s bounty of natural attractions, paired with its meticulous conservation practices, makes it the best ecotourism destination in the Caribbean.It is home to 263 protected areas,covering approximately 22% of the total land. While in Cuba - visit fragile, pristine, and relatively undisturbed natural areas, intended as a low-impact and often small scale alternative to standard commercial (mass) tourism.