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Legal travel from US to Cuba in 2004?

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I recently attended a presentation at my local travel club regarding legal travel to Cuba. It was more of a sales pitch for a tour company, actually, but informative nonetheless.
I have a strong desire to go, but don't really want to jump through TOO many hoops to get there; this is one destination where I would like to have a pro walk me through the visa process. I don't generally like to travel as part of a tour, but the presentation from this particular company looked fine to me. The problem: As of the end of 2003 they no longer will have a license to provide US residents a legal means of entering Cuba and I'm not in a position to make the trip before the end of the year. Many of the companies that have these licenses to provide cultural tours to Cuba are apparently losing their licenses at the end of the year. Wondering if anyone knew of any groups that will still be operating legal tours in 2004? Thanks so much if you can point me in the right direction!

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