17 Day China Tour with Yangtze River Cruise

We have found an amazing deal on a tour to China from Stunning China that might be of interest to you! It’s a small group tour so if you are interested in joining, call us right away to book your spot.

Highlights: Beijing and the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, Yangtze River Cruise, Terracotta Soldiers in Xian, and more!

Departure Dates:  March 24th, 2018 

Tour Type: Small Group Tour
Application deadline: 75 days before departure dates

Air Inclusive Rates: $2,499, per person, double occupancy  ...

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More on flights to Cuba from the US

Alaska Airlines recently posted they have been tentatively approved for flights from Los Angeles to Havana that could start this fall.

Our daily nonstop service will originate in Seattle, with same-plane service to Los Angeles and Havana on our Boeing 737-900ER aircraft.

Although you can book your airline tickets and fly directly from the US to Cuba, there are still restrictions on US citizens traveling to Cuba. You have to be on an approved “people to people educational/cultural exchange tour in order ...

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Travel to Iran: A New Beginning

DAVID COGSWELL | JULY 29, 2015 12:30 PM ET

Now that the U.S. government has completed a nuclear treaty with Iran, many Americans are evolving their attitudes towards Iran. There is still plenty of thawing of icy relations needed and a September yay-or-nay vote by Congress looms with much political rhetoric to overcome.

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June Iran Tour Recap

Bookda-2On June 4th, 2015 a group of us headed from the U.S.A to Iran to start an 11 day tour of Iran. We started our journey in the capital city of Tehran. From there, we explored many historic sites of Iran: Shiraz, with the tombs of Iran’s most beloved poets; Persepolis, with its splendid monuments; Yazd, the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world ...

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Something to ponder about traveling to Cuba

We recently came across the article on Tripadvisor’s Canada site (hence the slightly different spelling of certain words), regarding travel to Cuba. It’s an interesting and thought provoking read, and certainly will make you reflect on your own travel practices in other countries you may have visited, and the impact that tourism as a major part of any nation’s economy has on its people. We posted the introduction below with a link to the full article on Tripadvisor.

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Gente de Zona | Havana Cultura

In preparation for our upcoming tours to Cuba, check out this page and the full website for music, arts, culture of Cuba. Great music and videos to get you in the mood for an evening of salsa, reggaeton, jazz, or whatever your heart desires! 

Discover Gente De Zona’s interview, photos and articles on Havana-Cultura. Gente De Zona is a cuban hip hop music group primarily based on reggaeton.

Source: Gente de Zona | Havana Cultura