Logan Havana 60in
Celebrate with us in Cuba as Willie Logan turns 60!!! Thursday, February 16 - Monday, February 20, 2017
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Day trips and community project
Whether you're flying from Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Tampa or New York, book early and you may find a roundtrip commercial flight to Havana for less than $200. Read the October 19 Miami Herald article about recently announced low fares. Compare fares on CheapAir.com, the first U.S. online company to sell tickets for commercial service to Cuba.
Options for lodging in Havana abound in a variety of price ranges. A room in a hostel with a shared bath costs from $3-$10/night. Rental apartments range from $20-$80/night, depending on the neighborhood and number of bedrooms and baths. Hotels charge $150-$800/night, depending on location and amenities. Check back here for a list of specific housing options.
Planning Your Trip
Yes, even with all the Logan Havana 60 scheduled events, you will have time to futher explore Cuba on your own. And there is plenty to see and do, from lounging on a white sand beach, to hitting the bars and clubs, to diving Cayo Largo, to visiting a tobacco farm and rolling your own cigar...Check back here for a list of Logan Havana 60 organized tours.
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Our Take on Travelling to Cuba...
You've probably heard stories about Cuba, about the Castro brothers' regime, the harsh conditions the locals live under and the extensive communism that affects every individual living on the island.
However, the surprises of Cuba will begin to hit you the second you get off the plane and walk into the airport.
It is as if time stopped in Cuba.
The airport is antiquated. The locals drive around in antique, worn out, cars. All clothes are hung outside to dry because there are no dryers. Air conditioners are found only in the nicest places on the island. There is very limited cell phone service, and, when you find it, it's expensive.
Just as technological advancements are rare in Cuba, private businesses are even more uncommon. The ability to be a truly successful entrepreneur is one of the many privileges of living in the United States.
But, Havana is a beautiful, old-fashioned city. You will feel genuinely immersed when you sit on the Malecón or walk through the streets of Old Havana. The city is the combination of colonialism, capitalism and communism in one. At first glance, the city seems like it is falling apart. The site of dilapidated buildings is common, but you can see the grandeur and beauty within them.
The buildings have a European styling; the people have a Caribbean flair. Music and art abound on the island.
You'll have to come with an open mind. Cuba won't be a luxurious vacation, but it will be one you won't forget.
Before you pack your bags, click here to read a helpful article on what you should know before travelling to Cuba.