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Fathom Adds New Shore Excursions To Its Cuba Sailings

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Fathom which is the latest cruise brand from the Carnival Corporation is adding three new shore excursions to its in-demand Cuba sailings. This news just comes off the recent announcement of two added Cuba sailings, one in October and another in November.

Tara Russell, president of Fathom said:

“One of the beautiful things about traveling to Cuba with Fathom is that travelers spend less time planning and more time playing.”

“Our guests quickly learn they want to cherish every single minute they spend in Cuba and discover what makes the island such a special place. We have experienced very high demand from travelers wanting to go on an adventure to Cuba with the comfort, convenience and peace of mind that comes with traveling with Fathom. The word is spreading: Going on a cruise with Fathom to Cuba is the best way to visit Cuba.”

Beginning with the Sept. 18 sailing on the MV Adonia, Fathom travelers may now choose from three additional on-shore adventures that have been added to the already-popular list of activities and experiences available during the cruise. These new excursions are:

In Hemingway’s Footsteps (Five hours)

Ernest Hemingway fans and curious travelers will seeHavana through the eyes of the famed author. From the cobblestone streets of Old Havana to the shores of fishing village Cojimar, the spirit of Hemingway is immortalized in bars, museums and recipes. Travelers may follow in Hemingway’s footsteps as they explore the streets he once called home.

The excursion includes lunch and refreshments. The per-person price is $59.

Beyond Havana: Exploring the Cuban Countryside (Nine hours)

Travelers will have a rare opportunity to experience rural life in Cuba as they crisscross the countryside known for its coffee and sugar production. One highlight is Las Terrazas, developed in the 1960s as part of Cuba’s Green Revolution and recognized today as a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Las Terrazas has become an ecotourism hotspot and a sustainable community model for artists, farmers and families utilizing organic farming and medicine.

The tour includes lunch at one of Las Terrazas’ locally sourced restaurants and refreshments throughout the day. The per-person price is $69.

Magic of Santiago Featuring El Cobre (Six hours)

Travelers looking to experience the coming together of revolution, rum, religion and salsa will not want to miss this tour of Santiago de Cuba – Cuba’s former capital and the third of three destinations during the week-long cruise to Cuba. Starting downtown in picturesque Antonio Maceo Revolution Square, travelers proceed to the final resting place of famed Cuban hero Jose Marti before touring San Juan Hill, home to the Rough Riders assault during the Spanish-American War

Travelers also will have the option to attend a mass (when available), as well as listen to the sounds of the city’s famed steel drum band, El Cobre. The per-person price is $69.

Prices for seven-day itineraries to Cuba in 2016 start at $1,599 per person. In 2017, starting prices will be$1,699, excluding Cuban visas, taxes, fees and port expenses, and include all meals on the ship and lunch while in the three ports, onboard experiences and on-the-ground activities. Prices will vary by season. To secure a spot on future sailings, a fully refundable $600 per person deposit is required for all cabin categories and occupancy levels. Final payment is due 90 days prior to departure.

You can view Fathom sailings at our dedicated Fathom Cruise Deals page.

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