Long-time traveler and international guide, Joslin Fritz began leading people-to-people exchange programs to Cuba in 2012. With countless trips encompassing all parts of the island, she has developed long-lasting relationships with everyone from local artists and musicians to university professors, contacts which set her itineraries apart with insights only locals can share.
As a former rafting and outdoor recreation guide in Alaska, California, Oregon and Canada, Joslin is passionate about developing more active itineraries in Cuba that focus on enjoying the island’s unique Caribbean landscape through multi-sport activities, while still abiding by people-to-people license regulations.
Joslin’s experience allows her to easily maneuver through the challenges of travel in Cuba so that her guests have the best (and smoothest) trip possible. She wants you to experience Cuba through its beautiful countryside, rich culture and, most importantly, through interacting with Cubans.
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"As a full-service travel company, we take care of everything so you don't have to. We specialize in travel to Cuba for Americans, allowing us to focus on the nitty-gritty details of this spectacular destination and the changing nature of travel to the Caribbean island.
We’re a small group committed to travel to Cuba. We love it so much, it’s all we do (and we believe that makes our tours that much better). Not a tour person? Hey, neither are we. We believe in travel, not touring. We focus on the people – you, and the Cubans you’ll meet – to create experiences that are unique and personal. The options for what you can see, do, eat and experience are many – so many, they’re overwhelming.
Featured trips & expertise
Experience Cuba from a uniquely Cuban perspective. Visit the studio of a rising reggaeton star, learn how to dance the Mambo, and paddleboard the Zapata Peninsula. Meet artists and photographers and soak up the music scene. The perfect combination of nature and culture, this trip will take you to Havana, Cienfuegos and Trinidad.
Pair up the colorful culture of Havana and the outdoor adventure of the Viñales Valley for an epic tour of western Cuba. Perfect for adventurers with eclectic tastes, this itinerary will take you from rural schools to silkscreening workshops to Latin America's largest cave.
Even with just a few days to spare, you can still take in all that Havana has to offer. Discover Cuba’s creative culture with entrepreneurs, artists, intellectuals, and chefs – the people who are creating Cuba’s future. You'll see the art , taste the flavors, hear the rhythm, and feel the soul of the thriving Cuban lifestyle.
Havana's cobblestone plazas, eclectic architecture, and vivacious street life are enchanting—but there's far more to the Cuban capital than the romantic colonial quarter. This list offers 15 great options for getting the most out of your visit, from exploring old castles and modern art venues to discovering the most memorable places to eat.
Cuba is a big island, boasting a wide range of scenery, sights, and activities. Whether you plan to sample the rich coffee of Sierra Escambray, dance the night away in Havana, or even follow the footsteps of Che Guevara down the revolutionary trail, every traveler will be able to find their own slice of Cuba - read on to find out which one is perfect for you.
Vibrant and fascinating, Cuba was once the forbidden fruit for U.S. tourists. As of 2011, every citizen is once again legally permitted to visit - but there are still a few hoops to jump through before hopping on a plane. From getting a tourist visa to booking accommodations, here's what you need to know before planning your safe and legal trip to Cuba.