Clients & Testimonials

Cuba Educational Travel has worked with prestigious individuals and institutions from diverse sectors, including those listed below:

  • 1818 Society – The World Bank
  • American University
  • Beverly Hills Bar Association
  • Blumhouse Productions
  • Center for Democracy in the Americas
  • Cranbrook Art Academy
  • Creative Artists Agency
  • Harvard Business School Student Association
  • Kegler Brown Law
  • Osher Lifelong Learning
  • Photo Workshop Adventures
  • Rhode Island Catholics
  • University of California – San Diego
  • University of Colorado – Boulder
  • Webster University
  • West Virginia Consortium for Faculty and Course Studies
  • World Security Institute

What Others Are Saying

If you want to see the real Cuba, you have to visit the island with Cuba Educational Travel. Collin knows Cuba.

Frank Delgado, Cuban Singer and Song-Writer

Colin Laverty knows more about Cuba – and knows more Cubans who know how to make things happen – than anyone in the business!

Richard Feinberg, Professor at UC-San Diego

Collin did a good job of putting together a balanced agenda for our research trip to Cuba. We spoke with prominent scholars, leaders from the cultural and diplomatic community, as well as everyday Cubans. The small group size allowed us to get off the beaten track and into the homes, farms and small businesses of the local people. He seems to know everyone, and everyone knows him. Cuba Educational Travel is the way to go.

Natalie Foxworthy, UCSD Masters Student, Graduate Research Trip 2012

Cuba Educational Travel uses its trips to really connect people. I’ve met a lot of Americans, and been able to show my neighborhood [Regla] to a lot of visitors, resulting in friendships and professional relationships that go a long way.

Alexey Rodriguez, Member of the hip-hop group Obsesion

From the airport in Miami to Collin's farewell the day before we left Cuba, all went exceptionally well. The agenda was full and varied, the speakers were exceptional in their presentations, and Colinda and David were a superb driver-guide team. And most miraculous of all, we were visiting a country that doesn't officially exist! In all, just a first-class job.

Jack Hammersmith, Professor of History at WVU and Director of Faculty and Course Development in International Studies

Fun, interesting, informative and memorable. We saw more of Cuba in one week than I had ever imagined, and became better friends and colleagues while doing so. It was a truly amazing experience.

Megumi Gordon, Student, Harvard Business School