UPDATED: How the US government’s changes in Cuba policy is affecting the Cuban people, and your ability to travel there.

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Will Cross Cultural Journeys continue to offer trips to Cuba?

Yes. Some restrictions will apply. On June 5th, a new Cuba policy change was made by the US government yet again. After a 6 decade

Cross Cultural Journeys Travel Partnerships – making the world a little better together!

Cross Cultural Journeys Travel Partnerships – making the world a little better together!

 

By Cilla Utne

About a year ago, CCJ entered an exciting partnership with our local youth soccer club Bainbridge Island Football Club; BIFC. They approached us to ask if we could take on organizing a soccer youth tour to England, …

New Travel Series: Cross Cultural Journeys Signature Experiences

New Travel Series: Cross Cultural Journeys Signature Experiences

Posted by Cilla Utne

We are excited to announce the launch our new travel series – Cross Cultural Journeys Signature Experiences!

CCJ Signature Experiences are unique. 

These journeys may not be for everyone. Building on the important pillars and cornerstones of Cross Cultural Journeys …

Interview with Jazz Master Roger Glenn, Journey Host to CCJ’s Havana Jazz Fest Jan 16-21, 2019

Interview with Jazz Master Roger Glenn, Journey Host to CCJ’s Havana Jazz Fest Jan 16-21, 2019

 

Posted by Cilla Utne

A couple of years ago, I had the privilege to lead a trip to Cuba blues guitar Maestro Taj Mahal and friends. It was a musical and photographic intercultural experience that the 40 travelers will never …

Presidio Graduate School Field Study in Emilia Romagna, Italy, July 8-14, 2018

Presidio Graduate School Field Study in Emilia Romagna, Italy, July 8-14, 2018

Posted by Cilla Utne

Cross Cultural Journeys aim is (and always has been) to make sure that we during our journeys seek to find our common humanity, without diminishing our very diverse and important values differences across cultures. The most …

Cuba: Still the Safest Country for U.S. Travelers

Cuba: Still the Safest Country for U.S. Travelers

Cuba is the safest country in the western hemisphere (and possibly the world) for foreign travelers, despite the recent reports of health incidents affecting U.S. diplomats in Havana. In addition to taking thousands of Americans to the island since 1998, …

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