Our clients often want to give back to Cuba and we can arrange this for you, either anonymously or by meeting with some of our partners who contribute to different community projects and special groups here in Cuba.
Last year we had the pleasure of contributing with some donations to help save two great documentary films by Sara Gómez: En la otra Isla and Tenemos Sabor. The project was organised in conjunction with the Havana Glasgow Film Festival who will bring this unique Film Festival to Havana for the first time at the end of November.
Cuba Private Travel chooses an organization/company to donate to every year. This year Cuba Private Travel has chosen to donate to a non-profit organization called CEDA. CEDA stands for Cubans in Defense of Animals. It is a project to reduce the number of cats and dogs on the streets in Havana. Cuba Private Travel will donate 10 CUC for every client booking with us. These donations will go towards their long term goal of creating a shelter for animals and their current work of placing animals temporarily in people’s homes as a transit, as well as taking care of their medical needs after being rescued from the streets. This includes sterilization and taking care of their other needs.
CEDA can offer you access to the destination of funds that are donated how they are used and you would also be able to visit the group and hear about their project.
The Cuba Private Travel team has access to the very best in Cuban art, music, literature, dance, environment, history and architecture as well as Cuba’s most outstanding beaches and accommodation. By listening to you, the independent traveller, we are able to create tailor-made travel itineraries for your vacation that take you to the heart of Cuba’s culture, landscape and people. Cuba Private Travel’s bespoke itineraries are fully U.S. Treasury Department compliant and include access to personal guides, experts, interpreters and, of course, a 24-hour concierge.
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