december 4 – 8, 2019
Gain an exclusive pass to Cuba – an island so close in proximity but remains a mystery to many. Inside Jewish Cuba is an opportunity to experience the unique local culture, while exploring the island’s historic synagogues and institutions, discussing community needs with local leaders, and engaging with Jewish young adults.
- Explore the island’s historic synagogues and Jewish institutions and learn about the renewal of Jewish life despite continuing challenges
- Gain an in depth understanding of JDC’s humanitarian assistance and welfare programs through a visit to the Tzedakak Community Pharmacy
- Participate in conversations with local young leaders about their uniquely Cuban Jewish culture and way of life and enjoy a truly memorable Cubano Shabbat experience with the local community
- Engage with local teens and young professionals for a day trip to the beach and a special Havdalah dance party
- Drink mojitos and dance to Afro-Cuban beats, visit museums and art galleries, and stroll through Havana’s historic neighborhoods
“No matter what happens, travel gives you a story to tell.”
– Jewish Proverb
(This trip has been highly subsidized in order to provide greater access and opportunity. Average actual cost of an Entwine Insider Trip is estimated at $4,500/person)
Airfare from Miami to Cuba (participants are expected to arrange their own travel to Miami)
Site visits, briefings, tours, etc.
Medical and emergency evacuation insurance.
*Please note that your participation fee does not include airfare to/from Miami.
December 4 – 8, 2019
(GROUND DATES ONLY, does not include international flight)
July 1, 2019
About JDC in Cuba
Communist Cuba today is undergoing its most dramatic transformation since the early 1990s, when the suspension of Soviet subsidies unraveled the country’s economy, plunging its citizens into dire poverty. Among the societal changes of these two decades has been the rebirth of religious life—including a Jewish renaissance—encouraged by JDC’s re-entry into Cuba in 1991 to help the community rebuild itself from the ground up and offer its neediest members vital assistance. Among the societal changes of these two decades has been the rebirth of religious life—including a Jewish renaissance—encouraged by JDC’s re-entry into Cuba in 1991 to help the community rebuild itself from the ground up and offer its neediest members vital assistance. Cuba’s Jewish community is centralized in Havana, with smaller, active communities in Camaguey, Cienfuegos, Guantanamo, Sancti Spiritus, Santa Clara, and Santiago de Cuba.
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