Experience Havana on its 500th Anniversary Experience the architecture, art and music of the quincentenial city celebration! november 14 - 18, 2019

This tour complies with the new U.S. Treasury Department guidelines published on June 06, 2019

Dear Travelers,

Be a part of history as the city of Havana celebrates it's 500th anniversary on November 16, 2019. Al Nodal and I have joined forces once again to curate an incredible tour for this once in a lifetime celebration. We are thrilled to invite our friends to join us on a four day journey to this hustling, bustling city.

Havana has always been vibrant with music, art, and culture. In anticipation of the 500th anniversary, the City implemented various restoration projects to revive and elevate Havana. We will celebrate vintage signage and participate in the Rex Duplex Havana 500 project to restore and reinvigorate Blvd San Rafael with neon and witness the outcome of a community coming together to bring light and life back to Havana.

Discover Cuba’s fascinating past and present in the company of fellow vintage sign and neon lovers. Experience the best of Cuban cuisine, art, music, architecture, and dance through our carefully curated insider activities. Get to know Cuban thought leaders and every day people during a moment of great change. It will be a trip for us to remember forever and we hope that you will be part of it.

With every good wish,

Josh Silber

Program Details

Double occupancy: $2,950 (per person)

Single occupancy: $3,100

Spots will be given on a first-come-first serve basis on payment of the non-refundable deposit. We encourage you to sign up while there is still availability.

NOTE: Airfare is not included. A number of flights on major airlines flying from major cities to Havana are available. You can purchase online or through your preferred agent. Staff at Project Por Amor are available to offer guidance ahead of you making your own arrangements.

PAYMENT SCHEDULE: Deposits of $750 are due to Project Por Amor to secure a space. If spaces are still available, the last deposit will be accepted by August 30, 2019 and full payment of the balance is due by September 14, 2019.

Project Por Amor is fully licensed by the US Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control to legally bring U.S. citizens to Cuba on Support for the Cuban People, Professional Research, and Public Performance exchanges CST 2131480-40.

For more information on any aspect of this trip, please contact Sage Lewis at Project Por Amor by telephone: 310-961-1574 or email: sage@projectporamor.com

Program Price Includes

  • Cuban Visa and U.S. licensing paperwork for Support for the Cuban People Travel
  • Airfare purchasing assistance and pre-trip guidance on how to prepare for Cuba
  • Medical insurance in Cuba
  • Accommodations for four nights at our favorite private Havana villa
  • Daily breakfasts at the house (4)
  • Three lunches and three dinners at select paladares (Havana’s best private restaurants)
  • Uniquely walking curated tours of historic neighborhoods and vintage neon signage
  • Guided architectural tours of the famous Tropicana Cabaret, Rex Duplex Neon Center, and Office of the Historian of the City of Havana
  • Visit to artist studio, Fábrica de Arte Cubano, and Callejón de Hammel
  • Scenic ride around the city in classic 1950s convertibles
  • Public celebrations of the Havana's Quincentennial
  • Time to explore Havana on your own
  • 24-hour program management by expert U.S. tour producer Adolfo Nodal and professional Cuban tour guide Gretel Sintes
  • Luxury motor coach transportation with chauffeur for the whole program in Cuba

Program price does not include

  • Airfare
  • One dinner on your own
  • Trip interruption insurance
  • All other items not listed in ‘PROGRAM PRICE INCLUDES’

Permissible Travel to Cuba

We have designed this itinerary so that it is compliant with the latest (June 6th, 2019) travel restrictions to Cuba. Our itinerary is designed to fully adhere to the US Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) §515.574 General License for Support for the Cuban People category of legal travel to Cuba. Each traveler agrees to engage in a full-time schedule of activities that result in meaningful interaction with individuals in Cuba, enhance contact with the Cuban people, and support civil society in Cuba. Staying in private Cuban residences (casas particulares), eating at privately owned Cuban restaurants (paladares), shopping at privately owned stores run by self-employed Cubans (cuentapropistas), and engaging in our restoration projects that provide urban renewal for the Cuban people are an important part of this program.


Reservations & Payments: In order to secure your spot, you must register and pay a non-refundable deposit in the amount of $750 USD per person mailed by check to Project Por Amor by August 30, 2019. To register, please click the Sign Up Now button. Final Payment is due no later than September 14, 2019. Any pre- and post- trip arrangements not finalized by 75 days before travel, may result in an additional service fee. It is our policy to hold travel documents until full payment is received.

Cancellations/Refunds: No refund will be made for any part of this program in which you choose not to participate. The right is reserved to cancel this program at any time prior to departure if it is deemed necessary, or if registration numbers prove insufficient and a full refund will be made to those persons registered at the time.

Escrow Protection: Project Por Amor (hereafter called PPA) will deposit all of your payments directly into our separate client account. This means that such funds will be maintained separate and apart from our operating funds until approximately 60 days prior to departure when we are required to pay the costs of your trip.

Included: All services as detailed in this proposal. Not Included: Airfare, passport fees, baggage fees, items of a personal nature, such as valet/laundry, phone/fax/Internet communications; items not on the regular menus, expenses of hotels outside of Cuba, meals, guides, buses, cars, railroads, boats, etc. for sightseeing not included in the itinerary; trip insurance; any other items not specifically included; after-tour gratuities to Cuban guide and motor coach driver.

Comprehensive Travel Protection Plan: PPA makes available to you a recommended comprehensive travel protection plan that is administered by a third party. This includes trip cancellation and trip interruption coverage, as well as trip delay, baggage coverage and delay, accident & sickness medical expenses, emergency evacuation. This is an optional service to each traveler to be paid directly to the travel protection provider.

Accommodation Prices: All prices provided are per person based on various room and bathroom sharing options. Triple room reductions will be provided, where applicable. All prices are based on rates as known at the time a reservation is accepted by PPA and expected to be in effect at the time of the commencement of services. These rates are subject to increase without notice if such rates change prior to the commencement of services. Substitution: Cuba is currently undergoing an unprecedented expansion of demand on its tourism facilities. Cuba is a country with a weak infrastructure and accommodations are subject to substitution if conditions change. Although we cannot categorically insure that every accommodation will be available during our trip, we will work diligently to keep the service selections intact and/or insure that any substitutes will be in the same category. Room Occupancy: PPA will make every effort to accommodate your single or double room or suite request. However, room occupancy is based on availability and you will be charged for the actual room arrangement you get during the actual trip to Cuba. Room Conditions: PPA will work with the service provider to make every effort to insure that your room is acceptable by US Standards. However, travelers must understand that all accommodations are unique and there will be many small differences between every room. Furthermore, we cannot be responsible for conditions that are occasionally caused by Cuba’s infrastructure breakdowns.

Insurance Information and Medical Evacuation: Health insurance in Cuba is provided as part of the program cost through the Cuban visitor’s health insurance agency Asistur. We also encourage each participant to purchase Trip Interruption/Cancellation insurance with a third-party provider such as Allianz or Travel Guard. Please note that in some cases it is not possible to purchase trip insurance after two weeks of paying your deposit.

Responsibility: In all matters related to the making of arrangements for hotel accommodations, required program activities, sightseeing tours and services provided incident there to, entertainment and transportation by air, railroad, motor coach, boat, automobile, taxi, etc. PPA will act only in the capacity of an agent for any of the travel services with regard to carriers, hotels, suppliers and all other related services. Because of our status as operators, and because we maintain no control over the personnel, equipment, or operations of these travel service providers, we can assume no responsibility for and cannot be held liable for any personal injury, property/luggage damage or other loss, accident, delay, inconvenience or irregularity which may be occasioned either by reason of (1) any wrongful or negligent actions or omissions on the part of the suppliers, (2) any wrongful, negligent or unauthorized acts or omissions on the part of any employee of any of these suppliers, (3) any defect in or failure of any vehicle, equipment, or instrumentality owned, operated, or otherwise used by any of these suppliers, or (4) any wrongful or negligent actions or omissions on the part of any party not under the control direct or otherwise of PPA. Group members assume responsibility for their physical abilities to travel. PPA and their agents reserve the right to decline to accept or retain any persons as a member of the trip any time before departure or during the trip should said person’s health or physical condition or general deportment impede the operation of the program, in which case no refund will be given. The above disclaimers are similarly claimed by any sponsor of the trip, if applicable. The trip prices mentioned in this document are based on tariffs and costs in effect at the time of printing and are subject to increase without notice should there be any upward revision in such tariffs or costs before departure. In the event that it becomes necessary or advisable for any reason whatsoever to alter the itinerary or arrangements such alternations may be made. Additional expenses, if any, will be born by the travelers. The price includes the operator’s compensation for service, supervision, operation, promotion, and profit. Airlines, railroads, and vessels concerned are not to be held responsible for any act, omission, or event during the time passengers are not on board their planes or conveyances.

Optional Activities: Optional activities furnished by independent suppliers not affiliated with PPA carry with them various inherent risks that can cause serious personal injury. Although precautions are taken by suppliers to guard against such dangers, your safety cannot be guaranteed. Should you elect to participate in such activities while on this program, you must understand that participation will be at your own risk. PPA assume no liability for your safety.

Photo Release: The participants grant PPA permission to use their likeness in a photograph, video, or other digital media (“photo”) for limited use in its own publications and promotional material of its programs, including web-based publications and social media, without payment or other consideration. Additionally, participants waive any right to royalties or other compensation arising or related to the use of the photo for promotional purposes of PPA programs. If a participant prefers to not have their image used publicly in any way, they must request privacy in writing to PPA will not publish any photos where their likeness appears.

Acts of God and Like: PPA is not liable for acts of God, fire, acts of governments or other authorities, wars, civil disturbances, riots, terrorist acts, strikes, thefts, pilferage, epidemics, quarantines, dangers incident to sea, land and air travel and other similar acts or incidents beyond its ability to control.

Compliance with United States and Cuban Laws: By paying the deposit and other invoices for this trip, the participant certifies that he/she will abide with all applicable laws for foreign visitors in Cuba. Failure to comply with U.S. and Cuban law will result in immediate expulsion from the program.

Cuban American Participants: Acknowledge that their Cuban visa, passport and any other required documents are in place and up-to-date. Please call PPA if you have any questions.

Traveler’s Representations: Acceptance of the Confirmation/Invoice covering this trip and payment thereof certifies that you have not recently been treated for, nor are you aware of any physical or other condition or disability that would create a hazard to yourself or other members of this tour, and is also an acceptance of the trip conditions applicable to the trip ad that you have read and understand those conditions.

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