For example, there are in-home restaurants operated by local Cuban entrepreneurs. Every one of these physical locations is completely unique in the architecture, the ambience, the sights, the scenes, the smells...everything is so overwhelming. Many guests will take the included tours, but if guests prefer they can also opt for one of Fathom's optional tours. Some will have limited space, simply because of their nature. For example, guests might ride around Havana and sightsee in one of the old Cuban cars from the 1950s.
Tours developed by Fathom and its Cuban partners are covered under the visa approvals secured by the line. Guests can also explore on their own if they do “self-certification,” essentially paperwork submitted to the Cuban government.
Expect a different kind of entertainment. While there won't be Broadway shows, there will be salsa and merengue dance lessons as well as classes in making Cuban cocktails or speaking Spanish.
Pricing for the cruises begins at $1,800 per person double