AmericanTours International Makes Cuba Travel Easy

ORLANDO – “The CubaATI website is officially launched today (Monday) by AmericanTours International, LLC (ATI) to make travel to Cuba easy from the United States,” announced CEO Noel Irwin Hentschel. The CubaATI online presence was specifically designed to facilitate travel for Americans who qualify to visit Cuba under U.S. regulations.

AmericanTours International, LLC is a licensed Travel Service Provider (TSP) sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) to provide travel services to Cuba (License No.CU-78880).

ATI has 33 years of expertise in providing unique customized arrangements for millions of travelers around the world. ATI has led the way for decades in developing and offering diverse “people to people” programs to connect persons and forge relationships. From working on farms to performing in ballets and jazz festivals, cooperating in science and medical labs to mentoring and learning in classrooms, worshipping in churches and synagogues to visiting local homes, no one does it better than the experienced ATI team who love the Cuban people and culture.

“ATI specializes in creating trips for a traveler’s particular interest while ensuring they come to understand the distinct culture and authentic history of a destination and meet new friends. ATI is now able to provide the same high quality service and life-transforming experiences to the many U.S. citizens and residents who qualify under U.S. guidelines to visit Cuba with the launch of CubaATI,” Hentschel stated.

“An advantage of using the CubaATI website is the ‘one-stop’ arrangements of hotels, ground transportation, international and domestic air travel, professional local guides, sites of interest and special events throughout the entire island,” stated AAA CEO Don Gagnon.

In January 2011, President Obama announced new policy changes that will significantly increase the ability for U.S. citizens and residents to legally travel to Cuba for educational, cultural, religious and journalistic activities, including the return of “people to people” education travel and travel to participate in clinics and workshops. “These new travel regulations represent an opportunity for a wider segment of Americans to connect with the Cuban people on many levels including volunteering for humanitarian projects and participating in academic, religious, entrepreneurial and professional programs,” remarked Hentschel.

CubaATI’s team of travel professionals are specialists in customizing itineraries for independent travelers, families, or groups of any size. For additional information and to learn more about current regulations visit us at or call at (800) 995-6635.

Founded in 1977, ATI is the largest American-owned privately held inbound/outbound tourism organization serving one million visitors and generating $3 billion into the U.S. economy annually. ATI is approved and preferred for providing travel services for the American Automobile Association and 50 million AAA members and is partially owned by AAA clubs.

Headquartered in Los Angeles, ATI has offices in Miami, Orlando, New York, San Francisco, Honolulu and Beijing. CubaATI travel services are operated at the ATI Orlando and ATI Los Angeles offices.

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