Step 5: Decide on an itinerary. Some operators offer more options than others based on destinations and the types of people-to-people experiences / activities planned. Choose what's best for you.
Step 6: Have a valid passport. The tour operator you select will most likely help arrange your visa and licensed charter flight from Miami to Cuba. Commercial flights are not available so don't try looking for flights online.
Step 7: Book your trip and bring home memories of a lifetime.
For more information on other Insight Cuba people-to-people trips, visit www.insightcuba.com or call 1-800-450- CUBA (2822). To stay connected with Insight Cuba, follow @insightcuba or 'like' the Insight Cuba Facebook Page.About Insight CubaInsight Cuba is a leading provider and pioneer in legal people-to-people travel for Americans to Cuba. Since its inception in 2000, the organization has sent more than 6,000 participants on 350 tours and crafted over 100 custom group programs. When travel to Cuba was reauthorized for all Americans in 2011, this not-for-profit company (a division of Cross-Cultural Solutions) was the first to bring American travelers back to Cuba. Six programs with 100 departures are scheduled through September 2013 featuring original experiences that put American visitors in direct touch with Cuban people and culture. SOURCE Insight Cuba