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Teachers and Ecology Cuba Tours for August 2009

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Cuba Education Tours has two extraordinary delegations heading down to Cuba from August 1 to 8, 2009.

Cuba Education Tours has two extraordinary delegations heading down to Cuba from August 1 to 8, 2009. Both are official programs designed by Cubans to familiarize friends from abroad with island advances that hold vital lessons for social well being and environmental sustainability.

These journeys are for people like you keen on learning about the island’s renowned education system and its hallmarked eco-alternatives and organic farming achievements.

We warmly invite you to join us and serve as a people’s ambassador to the island this summer.

Our TEACHERS INTRODUCTION TO CUBA TOUR is for educators seeking to discover the reasons why Cuban youth rank highest academically in the Americas, and how come island teachers are held in such high esteem. You’ll get a firsthand take on Cuba’s free education to through university, and the resulting social benefits.

Members of this envoy will meet, dialogue and network with distinguished pedagogical authorities from K-12 institutions, universities, and unions and ministries of education. Tour delegates will also experience unparalleled cultural activities including Cuban music and dance lessons and ample nightlife. You can plan on an engagement with a world-famed urban planner, meet-and-greets with contemporary artists, and an exclusive glimpse into Afrocuban life.

You’ll see many facets of the stunning cosmopolitan capital of Havana, and rustic farm villages in western Pinar del Rio province, and the awe-inspiring tropical geography of Vinales Valley — all from the comfort of your five-star Hotel Habana Libre in the heart of the city’s leisure hub.

This tour is a professional development opportunity to witness stellar progress that all caring teachers aspire to, while making new friends in Cuba and amongst your tour colleagues. It’s a primer on education in Cuba without equal. See an elaborated itinerary and costs at:

Our GREEN EXPLORERS CUBA TOUR is arranged by Cuban specialists to acquaint visitors with island accomplishments in the fields of forestry, organic agriculture, climate change, nature conservation and restoration, renewable energy, and sustainable urban development. Six very special rendezvouses take place with Cuban experts in these arenas.

The tour unveils the secrets of green-living Cuban-style. Its for explorers who want to learn about Cuba’s incredible ideas and practices enabling its people to live within natural resource limits, at the same time achieving one of the highest levels of human developments anywhere.

You’ll visit museums, architectural and historical sites, United Nations biosphere reserves, and enjoy swimming, horseback riding, birdwatching, hiking and cave reconnoitering. Get ready to relish the island’s best food and entertainment in the five-star comfort of the Hotel Habana Libre, and the rural mountaintop Resort Los Jazmines. Plus you’ll go to many fab venues in western Cuba for hot Latin jazz, music, dance, and more.

This tour is for concerned global citizens striving for a livable planet for our children and beyond. A day-by-day itinerary and costs are detailed at:

All are welcomed. Both tours are licensable for American travelers. Programs always fill to capacity and enrollment is limited. If you like these programs join us, and please consider sharing this newsletter with your friends.

Read what other travelers say about our programs at:

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