This tour is intended to discover how women deal with daily challenges in Cuba. Join a group of female entrepreneur traveling to Cuba to meet the new business women of today. Learn about their business and how they continue to be innovative with minimal resources.
Ritmo Cuba is a unique international event where dancers, students, teachers and choreographers from around the world come to share the love for Latin dance in Havana Cuba – the birthplace of salsa rhythm. The festival boasts more than 60 of the best salsa teachers from across Cuba and the world – including the principal dance instructors from each of the major salsa schools in Havana.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the Cuban capital was spectacularly wealthy – not unlike Newport’s Gilded Age – in which Havana underwent an extraordinary boom period, architecturally enriching with international influences such as art nouveau, art deco, and complex design. Havana is one of the most architecturally diverse cities in the world. In this tour, you’ll learn about the history of the country’s architecture while visiting the cities of Havana, Matanzas and Cienfuegos.
This tour is all about the famous Nobel Peace Price novelist Ernest Hemingway and his whereabouts in Cuba. It’s well known that he spent the last years of his life in Cuba, writing his novels, hanging out at a fishing village, drinking Mojitos and Daiquiri and staying at Ambos Mundos Hotel in Old Havana.
The multi-city tour will be taking you through Havana, Pinar del Rio, Trinidad, Santiago de Cuba and Camagüey. Cuba is known for its delicious cuisine and traditional dishes. Whether you are sitting outdoors enjoying the noisy streets of Cuba or inside of one a Cuban Owned restaurant, this is a feast you would yearn after you depart the island. Cruising around Cuba in an old classic car will take you back in time while enjoying the Caribbean breeze immersing yourself in the Cuban culture.
Cubans take enormous pride in their cultural heritage and clearly consider throwing a great party to be part of that tradition. Carnivals are lauded as the most long-standing and most popular festival of this jovial and musical nation, and they go all out in the months of July and August with parades, street parties, colorful costumes, wild dancing, conga lines, fireworks and traditional music. The fun and frolics reach high levels over weekends when the locals put their toil and troubles away and bring out the rum. Carnival comes with some fun traditions, like the carrying of huge effigies of well-known people paraded along the coastal road, the Malecon, and the gaudy ‘faroleros,’ decorated lamp posts carried aloft by dancers.
Varadero is known for its beautiful beaches and natural attractions such as caves and cays and there are more than fifty species of coral and hundred species of fish thriving here. It’s also the most touristic place of Cuba. Trinidad, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988, is the fourth of the seven cities founded by Diego de Velasquez in 1514 as a base for expeditions into the “New World” and it’s the second city you’ll visit during this tour. Today it is maintained as a living museum, just as the Spaniards left it in its period of greatest opulence. It is the crown jewel of Cuba’s colonial cities.
Nature and Bird Watching Tour
The avifauna of Cuba include a total of 380 species, of which 25 are endemic, 10 have been introduced by humans, and 159 are noted as accidental. Two species are known to be extinct and two others possibly are. Fifteen species are globally threatened. Cuban birds range from the tiny bee hummingbird to the large magnificent frigate-bird. Around 70% of the birds found in Cuba are migratory. Around 25 species of bird are only found in Cuba, including the colorful Cuban trogon which is Cuba's national bird. In Cuba it is known as the Tocororo because of its call. It’s also home to the world's largest and rarest woodpecker, the ivory-billed woodpecker. Are you a bird photographer? This is a must do tour.
Old Havana Day Tour
Are you on your way to Cuba and don’t have a tour guide? Not a problem, you can hire one of our bilingual tour guides in Cuba! Our Tour Leader in Cuba, a 31 years old and bilingual tour guide loves communicating with people, and it has been his biggest passion.
LGBT Friends in Cuba
Cuba is the leading county in Latin America in recognizing the LGBT community rights. In the last few years, it had gained a lot of support from Mariela Castro (Raul Castro’s daughter), and there is a sense of openness for them in general on the island. During this tour you will meet some of the leaders of the LGBT rights and learn about the project called “El Divino” (The Divine) which is supported and promoted by parties for non-heterosexuals as well as heterosexuals regarding sexual diversity.
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