Travel to Cuba Legally

Good news! You can still travel to Cuba Legally!

As you certainly heard, the President of the United States made an announcement regarding a change in policy with travel requirements for US citizens visiting Cuba. All of our tours are people-to-people group departures that meet the OFAC requirements for Cuba travel. The new regulations restrict the independent Cuba traveler, but will preserve group tour travel. When you book with Wilderness Voyageurs, you are booking a legal group tour. So join us in March! We have two fabulous itineraries to choose from, both of which include daily people-to-people interactions to meet the license requirements. You see the country from your bike, learn about Cuba, interact with the Cuban people, enjoy mojitos in the sunshine, and make some lifetime memories. We can’t wait to return! Click on the links below for more information or here for detailed itineraries.

 Cuba West

Spend 8 days traveling west of Havana through the tobacco rich region of Pinar del Río and the Viñales Valley – famous for the steep-sided rounded limestone hills known as Mogotes. Enjoy some time on the water in a sea kayak and daily people-to-people interactions. The Cuba West Bike Tour starts and ends in Havana.

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Classic Cuba

9 days of biking through central Cuba and enjoying staying in cities like Trinidad – a Unesco World Heritage site. You’ll find Sancti Spiritus and Cien Fuegos equally as enthralling. Enjoy some time on the water in a sea kayak and daily people-to-people interactions. The Classic Cuba Bike Tour starts and ends in Havana.