Tag Archives: Cuba Photo Tour

Cuba Photography Workshops - Cuba Photo Tours

Legal Travel to Cuba

Word has gotten out that the Trump administration has made it illegal to travel to Cuba. Many people believe this. Actually, it’s far from the truth. After great fanfare and blustering, the Trump administration has pretty much left travel to Cuba where it was when President Obama left office. What they created was an atmosphere […]

Read More

Santiago de Cuba Photography Workshop - Cuba Photo Tours - Cuba Photo Workshops - Santiago de Cuba - Festival of Fire

Santiago de Cuba Photography Workshop

Santiago de Cuba Photography WorkshopApril 26 to May 3, 2019 Travel to Cuba is approved for all participants on this tour who will be part of a group Educational Exchange Travel authorized under the new US regulations as of Nov. 10, 2017. Best Photography Workshops 2018 Returning Cuba workshop participants receive a 10% discount. You […]

Read More

Workshop vs Tour

Workshop vs. TourThe difference between a workshop and a tour is that a workshop places more emphasis on practical instruction, including classroom instruction and critiques almost every day. For that reason, workshops generally take place in one specific area, for example, Taos.A tour is a journey of discovery that take you to a variety of great […]

Read More

Cuban Street Photographer - Havana Photography Workshop 2017

Havana Photography Workshop

Havana Photography WorkshopHavana & VinalesDecember 6 to 13, 2019 Travel to Cuba is approved for all participants on this tour who will be part of a group Educational Exchange Travel authorized under the new US regulations as of Nov. 10, 2017. Workshop vs TourBest Photography Workshops 2018Register Returning Cuba workshop participants receive a 10% discount. […]

Read More

Legal Travel to Cuba

Legal Travel to Cuba

The people-to-people group license for legal travel to Cuba was created during the President Clinton administration (so it is not a new program). In January 2004, it was revoked by the Bush administration. It was reinstated and enhanced by the administration of President Barrack Obama, allowing US citizens to travel as individuals.  After President Trump’s […]

Read More