National Geographic Student Expeditions in Cuba

July 1, 2016 § 2 Comments

DSC04327Very excited to be participating in the first ever NatGeo student programs to Cuba. I’ll be starting out with the first group toward the end of their program in the province of Santa Clara, a few hours east of the capital, and then joining the second group for the beginning of their program in Havana. Traveling to Cuba, by now, feels something akin to going home for me. It’s been a few months, so I’m looking forward to checking in on the evolving situation!

IMG_8931I’m also excited to be traveling with student groups, because leading student groups is how I spent most of my early career in educational travel. I relish the sense of adventure that usually arises within such groups—and in my experience NatGeo students are an exceptionally positive, creative, and intellectually curious bunch. It will be hot this time of year, but that’s nothing to worry about, as we’ll be on an island surrounded by crystalline blue water!

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§ 2 Responses to National Geographic Student Expeditions in Cuba

  • Sagar Kishor Patel says:

    This is amazing! It’s really nice that such an educated person like you, who is also so familiar with the mysterious (to outsiders) nation that you call it “home.” I am actually hoping to travel with NatGeo Student Expeditions on the Cuba trip in the summer-and hope that I get to actually meet you!

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