Would like to go to Cuba, legally. 2 people will be traveling from the U.S., looking to be gone for 4 days.
Heard you could potentially get a Press Visa if you run a travel blog, but not sure what next step is.
Would be willing to travel under other types of Visas also.
It looks like you may need to wait a bit based on Cuba deciding to stop accepting US Visas: http://thehill.com/blogs/global-affairs/americas/198504-cuba-shuts-down-us-travel-visas
Here is some basic information on Cuban travel that is prior to Cuba's shutdown http://wikitravel.org/en/Americans_in_Cuba
My understanding through my own research when looking into travel in Cuba has found that specific travel agencies have been granted access by the US Government under the People-to-people program. From what I have found is they are all fixed cost packages in a small group. http://www.ietravel.com/legal-cuba-travel?gclid=CKzjjPeftr0CFVKFfgodoWoAIw
I do not believe two people can just travel to Cuba unless you are professional journalists, part of humanitarian aid programs, or you are part of cultural exhibitions. I would love to be proven wrong, because this place is high on my list of places to go as well.
if you go to www.globedriftertours.com they can arrange visa and flight for you without tour group