WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. — The Business Council of Westchester is organizing a trip to Cuba in February to discover and explore the nation.
The six-day trip will begin on Feb. 9. Trip highlights include a tour of Havana, an American antique car ride, Old Havana architectural walking tour, Arte Corte Community Project, San Jose Craft Market, Hemingway’s Cuba Retreat, Muraleando Community Project, Salsa Lessons, day trip to Pinar del Rio, tobacco farm, organic farm, and Vinales visit.
The trip also includes four breakfasts, four lunches and two dinners and travelers will stay at the Four Star Miramar Hotel.
The trip is organized under a people-to-people license from the U.S. Treasury Department.
“The BCW is pleased to offer this trip to members and the community, to have this opportunity to visit Cuba at this most interesting time in history,” said Marsha Gordon, President and CEO of The Business Council of Westchester. “The future will hold great possibilities for business and personal trips. This BCW trip will be a first for our community.”
Cost of the trip is $3,909 and is run in conjunction with Chamber Discoveries. For more information and registration, click here to visit the Business Council of Westchester website.
Tom Renner, Armonk Daily Voice
October 14, 2015