I am interested in planning a trip to Cuba. I am American and I am aware that there are restrictions, are there ways to visit Cuba without going through the person to person companies? I am a teacher and I would even be interested in doing some sort of cultural exchange, working, volunteering etc. Any ideas or suggestions? I do not mind traveling with a group but I would like some time independently if possible!
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