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The Breath Of Cuba Travel

Havana is Empty-How is CoVid in Cuba

How is Cuba doing with CoVid 19? The Breath of Cuba Travel is passionate about supporting Cuban people in any way that we can. The founder of The Breath of Cuba Travel, Cheri Shanti is an artist, writer and avid content creator and has a deep respect and appreciation for[…]

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Cuba Opening to Travelers Again with Restrictions

“The pandemic has cost us and had a high impact on our state budget, but we have worked according to a non-negotiable principle: the main treasure is the life of the Cuban people.”  Miguel Diez-Canal It’s been just over 6 months since Cuba closed it’s borders.   Like so many other[…]

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Update from Cuba’s Governor regarding CoVid in Havana

Cubans in Cuba get a great deal of their news from Mesa Redonda Internacional (Spanish for International Round Table).  It is common to see Cubans gather around the TV to listen to what policy makers and social activists have to say.  The Round Table is considered one of their best sources of accurate[…]

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Who is Our Lady of Charity for Cuba- Ochun

CUBA’S PATRON SAINT The streets filled with thousands of Cubans on Monday, September 7 celebrating Cuba’s Patron Saint, Our Lady of Charity also known as the Virgin Mary.  In the Santeria Religion, she is known as Ochun, the Orisha of the Rivers, representing sensuality, innocence, and playfulness.   Many travelers think[…]

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The Cuban PenPal Project

The Breath of Cuba Travel is proud to present The Cuban Penpal Project. This program is designed to build cultural bridges, and friendships between US citizens and Cubans.    Maybe you will decide to teach each other new things while you share about your daily lives.  You can share and[…]

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Changüí Shares the Heart of Cuba through Song

Cuba’s culture is playful, joyous and Cubans are always ready to share and laugh together.  The changüí truly captures the heart of Cuba in it’s social and jovial nature, addictive mind tickling syncopation and community spirit. Submission by Caridad Mercedes Valdespino Salazar, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba Since 1860, the tradition[…]

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August 4: CoVid19 Travel Update for Cuba

August 4, 2020 As of right now, The Breath of Cuba Travel is not accepting reservations before October 1 except for those clients who wish to go on all inclusive trips: we can advise you for the best provider for these upon request. Naturally, due to the many unknowns of[…]

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What Vaccinations do you Need for Cuba?

A natural first question when thinking of traveling to another country is “What Vaccines do I need?” This article will help you to understand the simplicity of traveling to Cuba and how easy it is to be covered for what you might experience there. You may or may not know[…]

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