Agreement between the Traveler and A.A.A., Inc.
We will spend 6 nights in Havana, Cuba and various Afro-Cuban Municipalities.
We will arrive in Cuba on Thursday, October 31, 2019
The first step to joining this year’s tour is to mail in your pre-application with 2 color copies of passports information page, and a Deposit fee of ($300) asap. Final payment due by September 16, 2019.
Send all applications, and balance of $1,295 Cost of Trip by Postal Money Order or Certified Check to: African Awareness Association Inc., P.O. Box 4433, Richmond, VA. 23220, if in US.
Send a Home Address to received application & tour package
Cost: $1,595 before August 1, 2019 (this cost may increase after this date and is based on ten or more people).
Deadline for final payment for tour is September 16, 2019
Key events are: 3 days of participation in the Third Anti-Imperialist Conference of
Solidarity for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism
Outside U.S., send cost of payment for tour $1,595 to: AFGJ, c/o African Awareness Association, thru our website for credit card payment only.
Contact: African Awareness Association Inc./AAA Inc.; P.O. Box 4433, Richmond, VA 23220, Email: , or call (804) 549-7492 or (202) 714-9435.
Insurance & Visa
Travel Medical Insurance is Mandatory for Visitors as per the Government of Cuba
Starting in May, 2010, the government of Cuba requires that all travelers visiting from abroad to purchase travel health insurance.
For those visitors t0 Cuba, the intent is to ensure that they have adequate travel medical cover prior to arriving on the island of Cuba.
Entry Requirements Into Cuba
Upon entry into Cuba, travelers must have a return air ticket, evidence of sufficient funds for their minimum financial needs, a valid visa, and proof of travel health insurance.
Travel Medical Insurance Requirements.
Travelers who arrive on the island of Cuba without travel health insurance, or with an invalid travel medical plan, will be able to buy a policy from a Cuban insurance company at the airport port.
For U.S. visitors this means having non-U.S. travel insurance U.S. travel insurance companies do not cover treatment in Cuba. No medical facility in Cuba will accept U.S. issued insurance cards, credit cards, or checks, and medical services must be paid in cash.
In case of any medical emergency, the Cuban health system guarantees the necessary medical care through a network of polyclinics and hospitals, covering every corner of the island.
Travel to Cuba
We encourage our delegation to travel via Marazul Tours from Miami to Havana and from Havana back to Miami. Contact AAA, Inc. for more information.
Zika Virus: What To Pack If You're Going To Known Areas With Zika
Forewarned is forearmed! Prior preparations before traveling to Zika sites are a must.
By Rachel Cruz | Feb 11, 2016 10:06 PM EST
The world is on high alert for the spread of the Zika virus, but life goes on for many. If you're going to travel to known areas with Zika, then protect yourself and your family by packing these essentials:
1) Insect Repellent
Certain bug repellents are safer to use than others, especially on kids, so make sure that you pack an EPA-registered product. Read the labels carefully before application, including details of reapplication.
2) Clothing spray with permethrinPermethrin spray contains extracts from chrysanthemum flower and synthetic chemicals. It's found in liquid, powder and spray form and used by farmers and campers to ward off insects and pests. It's deemed non-carcinogenic
Tour package price include ground transportation including transportation round tip from Havana to Matanza and Trinidad returning to Havana.
for humans, but some children might develo p sensitivity to it, according to the National Pesticide Information Center. You can buy the spray at sporting goods stores. Use it for your clothes , coats and other gear.
3) Long pants and long-sleeved shirts
Cover your skin properly so that the chances of mosquito bites are reduced. Pack plenty of long pants, long-sleeved shirts or pullovers to wear outdoors. However, Zika areas are known for its warm tropical weather, so pack light-colored clothes in light fabric to stay protected, comfortable and cooler.
4) Mosquito net
Sleeping under a mosquito net is actually a recommendation from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Pick one that has durable netting with tiny holes to ensure that no mosquitoes can penetrate it, such as this travel net from Amazon.
For more information on Zika and travel, read: Zika Virus: Traveling To Latin America, Caribbean? Here's What You Should Know and Zika Virus: These Bug Sprays Are The Best At Keeping You Zika-Free
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CUC - Cuban Convertible Peso
The Cuban Convertible Peso is the currency of Cuba. Our currency rankings show that the most popular Cuba Convertible Peso exchange rate is the CUC to CAD rate. The currency code for Convertible Pesos is CUC, and the currency symbol is CUC$.
Warning: As of 14th November 2004, all exchange between CUC and USD is subject to a 10% Cuban tax on top of all exchange rates.
As of 14th March 2011, exports are exempt from the 10% Cuban tax.
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