Cuba Tours from AT Escapes

Over the past year we have had many conversations with people in the arts and tourist industry in Cuba imagining potential travels to this remarkable land. When the news broke of US citizens finally being permitted to visit Cuba more independently, with a full time cultural itinerary under the people-to-people Visa, our idea came to fruition.

If you are dreaming about visiting Havana for a quick getaway or would be interested in a longer trip throughout other towns in the countryside, such as Viñales, Trinidad, or Cienfuegos, please contact us. We offer CULTURAL tours that include visits of local artists while combining a salsa dancing lesson with a private teacher, a cooking class with a exquisite Paladar chef, or an exciting percussion session with local musicians and much more.
  • People-to-People Educational and Cultural programs - Create bonds with the Cuban community.
  • Meet Cuban families, artists, musicians, chefs, educators, and leaders in the community.
  • Try a Salsa class or a percussion lesson
  • Cook with a renowned chef
  • Meet the local artists
  • Chat with a tobacco farmer
  • Art Galleries
  • Old Havana
  • The National Museum
  • Malecon
  • Revolution Square
  • Cuban Markets
  • Community Art projects
  • Tobacco and cigar production facilities
    Learn about life outside Havana:
  • Viñales – the beautiful and lush valley
  • Cienfuegos: La Perla del Sur (The Cuban South Pearl)
  • Trinidad: where 1600 century is still alive.
We have a team of specialist guides, drivers and coordinators and have direct access to private housing (casas particulares) as well as 4 and 5 stars hotels. Our focus is to create unique and memorable experiences for individual clients or small groups up to 8 people. Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

In the meantime, if you would like to know more about traveling to Cuba, please review this interesting and very informative collection of articles from the New York Times and also watch the Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown on Cuba (on Demand or Netflix or Amazon Prime).

Hasta Luego!