Join us March 12-23, 2012

Legacies and Landscapes of Cuba

2nd Departure!

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Cuba’s defiant history makes it a Caribbean island unlike any other. With recent changes in travel policy, you are now able to visit its colonial towns and tropical landscapes and explore its Afro-Cuban culture. You’ll traverse the island from west to east—Havana to Santiago—taking in colonial towns with small squares and cobblestone streets, where you’ll meet contemporary artists to learn their views on thematic shifts in 21st-century Cuban art, trending away from revolutionary content. You’ll also learn the history of Cuban political development at Havana’s Presidential Palace Museum, and have an opportunity to interact with Cubans from all walks of society.
 
For more information, call Smith Travel at 800-225-2029, or contact us via e-mail at alumtrav@smith.edu. You can reserve space on this or any trip by downloading and filling out our information request form (available here in PDF format). You may fax the completed form to 413-585-2015 or mail it to the address below.
 
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Smith Travel
Alumnae House
33 Elm Street
Northampton, MA 01063

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  • Private visits to art studios and musical performances
  • A discussion with Dr. Carlos Alzuguray Treto, from the Center for Hemispheric and US Studies at the University of Havana, about recent changes in Cuba’s economic policy
Andrew Zimbalist, Robert A. Woods Professor of Economics
  • Duration: 12 days
  • Activity level: Very active
  • Cost: $5,190 per person, based on double occupancy
  • Single supplement: $890 per person
  • Deposit: $500 per person, payable to Distant Horizons