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Accommodation based on respective programs either quad or twin sharing. Airport transfers, all meals, all entrance fees, local meetings & Visits , and church visits and all items as per respective programs.

International Air fare, Visa, personal & medical insurances, items of personal nature, tips, gifts and offering at church service.

The team will fly into Havana Airport

Rooms:  All of the rooms has AC, clean beds and closets. There is water pressure and water heaters in the bathrooms, and they are kept clean all the time.

Meals:  Our three cooks are professionals and very well experienced. We provide boiled water. The meals are prepared with fresh ingredients, no seasoning powder. We serve Cuban food, and coffee is available all day long. Dishes are clean.

Water:  Filtered water, safe for drinking

*note: The menu is flexible. We need to know specifications for allergic to type of meal. We would provide a different dish according to requirement

MEALS – MENU

DAY 1 Cuban food.

Breakfast Lunch.

Campo Amor Soup.

Arroz (Moros)

Pork Stake

Platano maduro.

Vegetable salad.

Soft drink.

Desert. Flan

Coffee

Fruits

Campo Amor Water.

 

Dinner.

Rice and beans

Fish fillet breaded

Tostones.

Vegetable salad.

Desert.

Rice pudding

Soft drink

Fruits

Coffee

Campo Amor water.

 

Day 2

Breakfast

Lunch

Spaghetti a la Cubana.

Puri’s sauce.

Ground turkey

Green beans.

Malanga fries

Desert.

Flan Coffee.

Soft drink

Water.

 

Day 3

Breakfast

Lunch

Rice and black beans.

Chicken breaded.

Suit potatos.

Vegetable salad.

Desert.

Cuban kake.

Soft drink

Coffee.

Water.

Dinner.

Puri’s sauce

Campo Amor soup.

Garbanzos a la Cubana.

White Rice.

Platano maduro.

Vegetable salad

Soft drink

Coffee

Water.

Day 4

Breakfast

Lunch.

Congris.

Ground turkey

Platano maduro.

Vegetable salad.

Malanga fries

Soft drink

Desert. Flan

Water.

Dinner.

Chicken soup.

Crabs in Paper.

Grounded crabs.

Vegetable salad.

Tostones.

Soft drink.

Desert.

Chocolate Natilla.

Coffee.

Water.

Day 5

Dinner.

Congri.

Fried chicken in Puri’s Sauce.

Chicharrita.

Green beans.

Vegetable salad.

Desert.

Vanilla natilla.

Soft drink

Coffee.

Water.

On the table.

Bread. Butter.

Olive oil. Hut sauce.

Paper. Salt.

DAY 6

Breakfast

Security is very important for us. We have a group of very well experienced guards, all of the gates are secured, we have alarm and security cameras in common areas as well as in the exteriors.

Staff: The staff is formed by 60 labor among pastors, teachers, sport coaches, translators, administrative team.

The mission provides the Bus for local and airport transportation, field trips and for emergency situations.

No USA phone do not work in Cuba however our staff have local phone which can be used for any emergency calling: With extra money local phones can be provided.

All missionaries get medical insurance upon purchasing the plane ticket to travel to Cuba at a small extra charge. This is a special type of insurance and the only one that works for Cuba. There are several hospitals and medical clinics to treat visitors in case of emergencies.

Yes, you will have the opportunity to buy souvenirs during your local cultural tour.

There are two forms of currency in Cuba. Cuban Pesos (CUP) are used by Cuban nationals. Foreigners can convert their currency into Cuban Convertible Pesos (CUC) known as “convertibles” for short. The ratio from CUC to US dollars is one to one, however, there is an exchange rate and fee imposed that will usually make the rate received to be .87 CUC to 1 US dollar.

All American citizens need a visas for Cuba. All visas are arranged by us depending on the Category the group is traveling under. The is between $100-$150 per person. Stirct OFCA regulations followed, with travel under specified category with pre-designed respective programs.