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Cuba tour companies

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Hi everyone, my husband and I are wanting to go to Cuba, hopefully before the end of the year. We are US citizens and would like to go from the US, (completely legally and above board) so I think that means we need to go with a tour company?

I've been researching the companies and feeling a bit overwhelmed! Therefore, I'm looking for advice/recommendations regarding the tour companies. We would prefer one with small groups that stay in places in or very near city centers. It's certainly not that price doesn't matter but we are willing to pay more for a small group. Also we do love good food so any tours that are more food centric or at least that provide the opportunity to learn about the culture through food - at least to some extent! Tours that provide more free time to wander on ones own would also be great.

Maybe I'm asking to much? I'll keep doing my own research but I appreciate any help any of you can provide!

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