We’re making it easy to turn your 2020 World Humanist Congress attendance into a full-fledged holiday! Follow the links below to reserve a vacation immediately following the Congress.
Sail to the Western Caribbean from the Port of Miami aboard the Carnival Conquest on August 10-14, 2020. You’ll cruise from Miami to Key West, Florida and Cozumel, Mexico plus enjoy a day at sea to take advantage of all the ship has to offer. In Key West, you can stroll amidst the 19th-Century architecture in Old Town, lounge on the sandy beach, step inside the breeze-filled home of Ernest Hemingway or join the perpetual party in the famous saloons downtown. Cozumel offers ancient discoveries at the nearby Mayan ruins, diving and snorkeling on the coral reef, or more time with your toes in the sand. You choose your accommodations – from inexpensive interior bunks to luxurious suites with balconies – and the price of the cruise includes food and entertainment on board (soft drinks, alcohol, and on-shore excursions incur additional fees). Prices start at just $349 per person. *If you need a visa to travel to the United States, make sure prior to travel that it is valid for cruise travel to Mexico and returning to the Port of Miami.*
Choose exactly the vacation you want with this travel option! Key West is a unique, tropical island city at the southernmost tip of the continental United States where you can experience a taste of Caribbean culture without leaving the US. (Which means no additional visas to worry about for international visitors!) With this trip you create your own adventure with the expert help of a Key West Concierge. Travel from Miami to Key West (and back) by ferry, bus or car and stay as long as you like. You can choose lodging at an inexpensive guest house or a luxury hotel. Explore crystal clear waters by snorkeling or diving, wiggle your toes in the sand on a quiet beach, take a relaxing stroll around the 19th-century old town, visit sites including Ernest Hemingway’s home and a historic fort, listen to a local band, take an eco-tour by kayak or sailboat, and much more. Make your trip whatever you want it to be with experts to guide you and make the reservations.
**These travel organizations are not affiliated with Humanists International or the American Humanist Association, and neither organization is responsible for issues with booking or travel to and from these destinations.**