The Georgia Chamber announced its 2018 international travel destinations to Colombia and Cuba!
Often referred to as the “gateway to South America,” Colombia is the fifth largest Latin American country, and holds the world’s second largest population of Spanish-speaking people. The Georgia Chamber Abroad trip to Colombia is scheduled for March 10-17, 2018. With an itinerary of fun and opportunity, destinations will include Bogota, Medellin, and Cartagena. The agenda will provide networking opportunities with Colombian government and business leaders. Delegation will be facilitated by Ambassador Charles Shapiro, President of the World Affairs Council of Atlanta. Total cost includes meetings, expert led discussions, tours, ground transportation, internal flights (Bogotá-Medellin-Cartagena), hotel, an English-speaking guide, group meals, and receptions.
The Georgia Chamber’s second Chamber Abroad trip of 2018, will occur May 8-15. The eight-day, seven-night cultural excursion to Cuba will consist of trips to Camaguey, Trinidad, Cienfuegos, and Havana. Destination Highlights will consist of cultural infusions, colonial cities, cigar factories, Old Havana, Valley of the Sugar Mills and much more! Costs include essentials such as round-trip airfare, first class accommodations, dining, local transportation, and taxes and gratuity.
The Georgia Chamber is proud to offer members both business opportunities and cultural experiences around the globe. Participating in a Trade Mission or Chamber Abroad trip gives you inside access to some of the top international destinations for business and travel, where exclusive opportunities and curated experiences are provided. Traveling with the Georgia Chamber allows you to develop connections with Georgia industry leaders and cultural influences that will benefit you and your business long after the trip is over. Learn more about both trips, here: https://www.gachamber.com/international-travel/