with The National Association of Hispanic Nurses-LA Chapter
February 15-22, 2016
The National Association of Hispanic Nurses welcomes you to this exciting visit to Cuba to gain insight into nursing practices on the island and to meet the people of Cuba.
We will be providing CEU (continuing education credit). More detail on this after you sign up.
We are pleased to announce the much anticipated special People to People trip to Cuba, scheduled for Monday February 15 to Monday, February 22, 2016. This is a delegation that will provide early engagement between the medical and nursing communities in the
U.S. and Cuba, explore some of the challenges faced by the profession there and, together, explore solutions and potential partnerships. By definition this is a “People to People” trip to the island. All interactions will be designed to learn about everyday Cubans and their situation and inform them of our country as consistent with your PeopletoPeople General License along with other travel related activities.
We will conduct a seven (7) night and eight (8) day program focused on discussions with individuals in Cuba that are working in the medical and nursing fields. Our trip will start in Miami. We will fly to Havana and return to Miami from Havana. We will be housed in a very nice four star hotel in Havana. We will have a full time Cuban Guide, and a full time driver including luxury transportation throughout the trip.The trip will include daily breakfast at the hotel and a variety of lunches and dinners. You will eat at Havana’s best restaurants and Paladares (Cuba's famed private restaurants).
It's now easier to visit Cuba!
On January 16, 2015 President Barak Obama liberalized People to People educational travel, which now allows Americans to travel to Cuba without all of the paperwork previously needed. This makes travel to Cuba infinitely easier. People to People travel is not tourist oriented or self directed but it is both rewarding and unique. It allows participants to visit a wide scope of organizations, institutions, and community projects that provide a deeper understanding of Cuba, its people and its culture. This trip includes a full time schedule of educational exchange activities designed to promote meaningful interactions between Americans and the people of Cuba.
Air $ 545.00
Total $ 2920.00 Double Occupancy
If you would like a single room please add $450.00 to price.
Program price includes
* Meet and greet at the Miami International Airport
* Round trip air MiaHavMia, Departure Tax in Miami
* Departure tax on day of departure from Havana
* Cuban Visa
* US Government paperwork management
* Transfers in and out from the airport to hotel
* Medical Insurance in Cuba
* Accommodations for one (1) night at the Airport Doubletree in Miami (optional)
* Accommodations forseven (7) nights at four star Hotel Capri or similar
* Daily breakfast at the hotel
* Four (4) dinners (welcome and closing dinners + 2)
* Four (5) Lunches (Seventeen meals total)
* Luxury Motor coach transportation as per itinerary
* Full time, bilingual, professional Cuba based guide
* Program Management in Cuba
* City tours and visits to a variety scenic places in Havana
* Meetings with nurses and medical personnel
* Day trip to Vinales Valley (Cuban countryside)
* Our Cuba Travel Tips publication and extensive traveler guidance
PROGRAM PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
*Tips for (Guide and Driver, baggage handlers & waiters)
*Single room differential ( $450 per single traveler)
*Trip Interruption Insurance
*Air from Home City to Miami
*All other items not listed in “PROGRAM PRICE INCLUDES”
The National Association of Hispanic Nurses LA Chapter
Uniting and Promoting Hispanic Nurses since 1975
Founded in 1975 by Ildaura Murillo Rohde, PhD, RN, FAAN, National Association of Hispanic Nurses-LA Chapter evolved from the Ad Hoc Committee of the Spanish-Speaking Surnamed Nurses’ Caucus, formed in 1974 during the American Nurses Association convention in San Francisco. The organization became the National Association of Spanish-Speaking/Spanish Surnamed Nurses in 1976. The group was renamed the National Association of Hispanic Nurses in 1979. NAHN is the only national organization representing Latino nurses.
Today, the organization has chapters across the United States and the territory of Puerto Rico. NAHN is actively involved in issues affecting Hispanic nurses and the health of the Hispanic communities on local, state, regional, and national levels. Through mentorship and networking, NAHN promotes communication and collective action by Hispanics in nursing to strengthen their development in a caring and healing profession. NAHN is committed to work toward providing equal access to education and professional and economic opportunities for Hispanic nurses and to improving the health and nursing care for Hispanic consumers.
Hispanics are the largest ethnic group in California who encounter health care issues which are influenced by political and socio-economic factors. The Los Angeles Chapter of NAHN (LA NAHN) was formed in August 1990 to address the need to organize and contribute towards nursing leadership, representation and networking for local Hispanic/Latino nurses.
Los Angeles Chapter
P.O. Box 91714
City of Industry, CA 91715
Cuba Tours and Travel
Cuba Tours and Travel has over fifteen years of experience offering expert-driven cultural travel to Cuba. Our management and program-design team, working together with a team of superb Cuban travel associates in both Havana and Miami, are uniquely suited to offer you the finest in-depth travel program to the island. We are licensed by the US and Cuba and are fully insured. Most importantly, we have an abiding love for Cuban art and culture and have strong connections to the cultural institutions on the island.
Cuba Tours and Travel is a full-service agency licensed by the U.S. Government
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