Fathom's Adonia

Fathom announced it has received Cuba approval to add stops to Santiago de Cuba, the second largest city in Cuba, on six of its upcoming cruises to the Dominican Republic.

These seven-day voyages start at $599 and will take place during the weeks of February 26, March 12 and 26, April 9 and 23, and May 7.

“We are delighted for our travelers to have the chance to visit such a unique and breathtaking Cuban city during such a historic time,” said Tara Russell, president of Fathom and global impact lead for Carnival Corporation. “Both Santiago de Cuba and the Dominican Republic are magnificent, lush and full of beauty. While in Santiago de Cuba, travelers can dive deep into its rich and colorful history. The city served as the capital of the Spanish colony of Cuba from 1522 to 1589, and the watchtowers and cannons used in the Spanish-American War still protect and guard this port city.”

Added Russell: “Then, we will sail to the Dominican Republic and experience a place we love so dearly, all during one trip. Our travelers are hungry for ways to travel deep, connect richly and enter into the heart of our local partner community in the Dominican, as we explore meaningful people-to-people experiences that are tied to the local culture for them to playfully engage during unique life-changing adventures.”