ABOUT CUBA

Cuba is culture, nature, history, magic and traditions. The Pearl of the Antilles is the result of the blend of multiple cultures, fusion of races and customs that gave birth to one of the most unique and fascinating Caribbean destinations.

Your trips to Cuba will be characterized by its people. The Cubans are imaginative, joyful, unprejudiced, show their intelligence and are friends of joking and celebrating. And talking about celebrations, now that you’re here you won’t want to miss the carnivals, charangas, the parrandas, the countryside parties and the patron saint’s days, when you’ll have the chance of tasting the typical Cuban gastronomy made of Buñuelos, Tamales and Roasted Pig, always accompanied by a good coffee, a Cuba Libre, a Daiquiri, Mojito or Piña Colada drink. Read More...

OUR DESTINATIONS

Pinar del Río

Pinar del Río, the westernmost of the Cuban provinces, is tobacco-smelling earth, paradigmatic of the landscape images of Viñales. Home to peasants and hospitable people, deeply rooted to their roots. Its vegas give away the best tobacco in the world and from there it is exported for the manufacture of habanos that bear recognized quality marks. It is such a culture and tobacco tradition in Pinar del Rio that you can now take a tour of the Tobacco Route and know the whole process that takes, from its cultivation until it becomes a cigar. After exploring Read More...

Havana

Life in La Havana passes by surrounded by music, tradition, culture, national monuments and natural attractions of immeasurable value. Dances and Cuban “sones” spread to each one to this land’s children and to those who visit it as well; customs and traditions remain untouched and join new national and international celebrations to amaze visitors that plan a visit to La Havana, making it their Caribbean destination. Havana, Cuban capital city, is located in the western side of Cuba and even when is the smallest of all the provinces. Read More...

Mayabeque

Mayabeque harmoniously combines beaches, coasts, cliffs, coral reefs, steep cliffs, mangroves, coastal lagoons, rivers and areas with well-preserved vegetation. All this together with a wide gastronomic offer and excellent accommodation facilities, make the province an ideal place to enjoy a holiday in a healthy and natural environment. Mayabeque Province is one of two new provinces created from the former La Habana Province on August 1st, 2010. Its name comes from the Mayabeque River and the beach of the same name on the south coast. The capital of this province is the city of San Jose de las Lajas. Read More...

Varadero, Matanzas

Varadero, is the most beautiful of Cuban beaches and one of the most important destinations in the Caribbean. Its total area is 14.4 square kilometers, with an approximate length of 21km of beach and an average width of sand strip of 22km. It has facilities for nautical activity, golf, events and incenives trips, an attractive nightlife, all accompanied by a tourist infrastructure to guarantee the client satisfaction. The transparency of its waters, the blue tones of the sea, its white and fine sands, its warm climate, its vegetation and natural landscapes, make it an unforgettable seaside resort. Read More...

Cayo Largo, Isle of Youth

Isle of Youth, located in the southwestern part of Cuba, is the second biggest island of the Cuban Archipelago, it is part of Los Canarreos and it has an extension of 2,204 km². It is located 55 nautical miles from “Isla Grande” and 69 nautical miles from the renowned tourist center “Cayo Largo”: Cayo Largo is a destination of sun and beach. Its mains attractions are its white sand beaches. It actually has two of the most gorgeous beaches of the world. You can’t miss Paraiso Beach and Sirena Beach, real dreamlike places. Read More...

Cienfuegos

Located in the central-southern area of Cuba, the province of Cienfuegos is land of proud and charismatic Cubans, with a Historic Centre recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2005. It is the only Cuban city that was born to parents from other countries, mostly French, something that gives it a unique French-like atmosphere that remains until our days. The Cienfuegueros are cultured and it shows. The ultimate figure of the music of Cienfuegos is Benny Moré, director, songwriter and singer which grave is a National Monument since 2009; the Cienfuegos literary environment is rich thanks to authors like Clotilde del Carmen Rodriguez, Antonio Hurtado del Valle and Mercedes Matamoros. The Flamenco dance, theatrical activity and visual arts are quite prolific in Cienfuegos too. Read More...

Villa Clara

Villa Clara is a province of enormous cultural and historical flow. And who wants to do nature tourism should not miss this paradisiac destination purely ecological that has an exclusive diversity of species in flora and fauna from colonies of pink flamingos to the most beautiful coral reefs. Joined to mainland by a causeway, await the visitor Las Brujas, Ensenachos, and Santa María three jewels located in the northern keys. It’s a natural paradise of more than 17 kilometers of incredible crystalline waters and a flora and fauna highly endemic, beautiful seabeds and crystalline waters that visitors can enjoy. Read More...

Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus

Trinidad de Cuba or La Santisima Trinidad has a different microclimate to the rest of the island with temperatures ranging between 16° and 25°C with moderate subtropical weather. It has indescribable natural beauties like Topes de Collantes a Protected Natural Park which has the reputation as a center of rest and recovery of respiratory diseases. It is a city that was forged with the sweat of the black slaves, the religious beliefs of these united to our Indian roots and to the colonizing Europe and are rooted in this town and today constitute our cultural identity. In the culture are added the musical talents of the territory, which has seen the birth of great musicians who have contributed significantly to Cuban popular music. Read More...

Jardines del rey, Ciego de Ávila

Ciego de Ávila province has one of the most important tourist centers of the island, Jardines del Rey, excellent tropical climate allows the enjoyment of its calm Caribbean beaches almost all year round; These are the favorites of the tourists who enjoy in family for the security that present their isolation and its shallow waters. Jardines del Rey has the resources it needs to be in balance with the natural environment and offers enormous potential for ecotourism, with beautiful seabed, peculiar bird species, unique natural formations and a whole natural universe of color, becomes a Natural aquarium that you can observe with activities like snorkeling or diving. Read More...

Camagüey

Camagüey province turns out to be a pleasant surprise for the travelers who decide to make a journey across the Island. Vast plains and abundant palm trees characterize the countryside scenery. Two clusters of low mountains stand out in the flat landscape: Sierra de Cubitas, to the North, is remarkable for its canyons cutting it deeply and transversely as well as for the presence of a great amount of archeologically relevant caves; Sierra de Najasa, to the South, features fossil wood remnants, a dazzling natural marvel. Right in the very center, as if emerging from the past, the capital city breaks through, full of magnificent bell towers and elegant old buildings that were once the core of the village Santa María del Puerto del Principe: a labyrinthine web of streets, alleys and squares unparalleled in the Caribbean region. Read More...

Las Tunas

In Las Tunas, Cuba, life goes by at a slower pace and is best enjoyed. It’s a favorite destination for nature, sun and beach tourism, bathing its coasts with the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Guacanayabo. The so called Balcony of the Cuban Western has a nice weather all year long, with temperatures that range from 69.8 to 86 °F, so outdoor activities are among the top tourist attractions in Las Tunas. Las Tunas is a fertile, sweet land as it bases its economy on the sugar production, consumed nationally and exported to the world. Likewise, agriculture is an important part of the life of Las Tunas, associating it with the tourist activity to turn it into a destination for rural tourism. Read More...

Holguín

Holguin as a tourist destination, in Cuba, is distinguished by its authenticity, diversity and high level of sustainability. It also stands out for its picturesque relieves of great scenic value. It shows a set of tangible elements, loaded with cultural symbols and resulting in a platform for dialogue not only between cultures but also between man and nature. The extraordinarily crystalline waters and white sand of the north coast demonstrate the excellence of its beaches. We have the hop-on hop-off bus transfer to the beaches and surrounding places. For lovers of nature, the sunset on these beaches is a unique formulation that contrasts with the progressive predominance of green vegetation over the blue of the sea Read More...

Granma

In the southeast region of Cuba is located Granma, a province that blends the best of the American, European and African cultures. Always fascinating, with cities dressed with eclectic, Art Nouveau and Art Deco-Style buildings, exuberant nature and a capital city (Bayamo) that is considered the Birthplace of the Cuban Nationality. The history of Granma is distinguished by its patriotism. The burning of Bayamo in January 12, 1869, is one of the most important events, not only in Granma but in the entire island because it shows the love of the Cuban people for their land: before surrendering and giving the city to the Spanish colonial army, the bayameses decided to burn it down. To remember this historical event, each January 12 the people celebrate the Heroic Burning of Bayamo at the Plaza del Himno in Bayamo, Granma. Read More...

Santiago de Cuba

To visit Santiago de Cuba is to visit a place that has its own rhythm. History, music and festivities, this is a city of warm and hospitable peopl, that today more than ever, welcomes visitors from all over the world. Located in the eastern region of Cuba, Santiago de Cuba is distinguished by being the most mountainous of the Cuban provinces and the most Caribbean as well, declared the Hero City of the Republic of Cuba. Santiago de Cuba feels passion for music. It is the birthplace of the son and the bolero, so it’s not by chance that is the place where the biggest Cuban musicians were born: Compay Segundo, Ñico Saquito and Sindo Garay are from Santiago; cultural par excellence, the province is also the hometown of Jose Maria Heredia, one of the most popular Cuban poets in the world. Read More...

Baracoa, Guantánamo

It is "El Alto Oriente Cubano", a tourist region that is identified, among other values, by the international song La Guantanamera, by Cuban composer Joseíto Fernández. It has its large stock market bay, where the illegal United States Naval Base is located and another very prominent one near where the first Villa de Cuba was founded: Baracoa; zone very identified by the natural endemism and its historical and cultural richness. In the territory there are three Patrimonies of Humanity: the Alejandro de Humboldt National Park, the nucleus of the "Biosfera Cuchillas del Toa" Reserve; the French Tumba and the French Coffee Plantations. Read More...