Ashoka and Fathom Cruises Partner for Social Entrepreneurialism

Ashoka and Fathom Cruises Partner for Social Entrepreneurialism

Fathom, the pioneer in social impact travel, today announced that Ashoka, the largest network of social entrepreneurs worldwide, has developed select onboard programming for sailings to the Dominican Republic and Cuba. Together, Fathom and Ashoka have created a replicable travel experience that enables travelers to practice changemaking, and discover their own potential to create positive … Read more

Cuba and Aruba Ink Tourism Agreement

Cuba and Aruba Ink Tourism Agreement

“Last week in Havana, Cuba, the governments of Aruba and Cuba signed a cooperative agreement with a focus on tourism,” announced Minister of Tourism, Transportation, Culture and the Primary Sector for Aruba Mr. Otmar Oduber. It’s been close to a year since discussions began between the departments of foreign affairs of both countries, and are … Read more

Air France-KLM Plans More Flights to Cuba for 2016

Air France-KLM foresees a 15% increase in passenger transportation in 2015 compared to 2014. The group is seeking to consolidate its position as the principal carrier between Cuba and Europe, Africa and Asia, according to Antoine Cros, general manager for Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Cros said,  “During 2015 more than 420,000 passengers were transported, … Read more

New U.S. Poll Highlights Millennials’ Interest in Traveling to Cuba

New U.S. Poll Highlights Millennials’ Interest in Traveling to Cuba

Cuba, the formerly off-limits land of vintage cars, beautiful beaches, cigars, mojitos, and Ernest Hemingway, will be opening for American tourism for the first time since the 1960s. A Switchfly Travel Trend Report: How Interested Are U.S. Travelers in Visiting Cuba offers an overview of those Americans who are most curious about visiting Cuba – … Read more