Learn to paint with light
Join photographer Desmond Boylan in Cuba … 

Loitering is an indispensable activity in Cuba if you want to get a picture that is worth it.
Learn to be a fly on the wall and become invisible, and then start shooting”

If you are a photographer at any level and what to get down and dirty to capture the true Cuba, please call us.

We offer a complete package: air, accommodations, tourism and some serious and fun time with Desmond as he shows you his Cuba. Groups are from 2 to 6 photographers. Additionally we offer trips that include activities for the non-photographer. Working with you we can put in place the trip which suits your interests and your budget.

Desmond Boylan, an Irish photographer, was born in London in 1964. He began working freelance for The Associated Press in 1989, and then for Reuters from 1992 to 2013. His assignments have taken him around the world covering major news events and sports, working in Africa, Europe and the Middle East, including stories in the Balkans, the Occupied Territories and the U.S. led invasion of Iraq. He is now based in Havana, Cuba .

Photos by Desmond Boylan have been published across the world in international media like National Geographic, Time, Newsweek, The Atlantic, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, El Pais, El Mundo, Die Welt, Le Figaro, The Economist, and Paris Match.


Featured Testimonials

“With World Passage, our congregational trip to Cuba was unique! Our trip was comprehensive, exciting and educational – we always felt that we were seeing and doing everything… World Passage is the only way to go to Cuba.”

Julie A. SilbermanPresident, Temple B’nai Abraham, NJ

“Our congregation has travelled twice to Cuba. World Passage arranges it all. And no one does it better! World Passage was our partner, guiding us, encouraging us, and making our Cuba journey a memory that we will never forget.”

Rabbi Bennett MillerAnshe Emeth Memorial Temple, NJ

“In planning of the itineraries, World Passage accommodated our specific interests in gardens, horticulture, and farms and also recommended top notch cultural experiences. These intertwined marvelously in a reasonable and enjoyable pace.”

Lenny WilsonDirector of Development, Delaware Center for Horticulture

Cuban culture’s vibrancy and vitality is alive.

Cuba is old, some of it is destroyed, and it feels as though time has stopped.
But it is full of life from the aroma of cooking food, to the warmth of the
people, to the rhythm in the way people move, to the sound of music in the air.

Cuba is changing Rapidly; Now is the Time!

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