The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the United States Department of the Treasury in Washington DC has confirmed that individuals subject to United States jurisdiction may use a non-restricted hotel and/or a private residence when visiting the Republic of Cuba using the “Support for the Cuban People” authorized travel category.
The Valle de Viñales tobacco plantation is a working plantation where they grow Cuba’s two most famous agricultural exports: Coffee and tobacco. It sits in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Vinales Valley, where you can stroll the fields smoking a freshly-rolled cigar and sipping on Cuban coffee.
See all the Havana highlights in one day, including the Historical Center and Old Havana quarters, the Capitol Building and Revolution Square, as well as the vibrant cultural center of Vedado, our modernist and Art Deco district. End the tour with a visit to an arts and crafts market and a rum factory before turning to your hotel.
Find yourself surrounded by the mysticism of the Afro-Cuban religions on this tour that´ll take in a fantastic trip on a boat (la lanchita de Regla) to the other side of Havana bay to take you to the picturesque town that keeps its most religious secrets inside people´s day to day lives. Beyond sightseeing and typical guiding tours, this experience takes you to another whole level by giving you the chance to interchange with our neighbors and being under the directions of a prestigious historian of the city during the whole visit.
There´s no way you miss a visit to Panchita Cárdenas Altar. A private house that offers a public space where there is a popular altar dedicated to the cult of the Virgin of Regla (also known as Yemayá)
Experience the secret of Havana’s cultural and architectural wonders in this panoramic tour through the city. Visit the most important landmarks in old and modern Havana, starting by the iconic Capitol Building, the amazing National Theatre, the empowering Revolution Square, the historic National Library, and the wonderful 7-mile long Malecon. You will have the opportunity to stop and sit in the front seat for photo opportunities and make several stops to take good pictures of important monuments. The ride includes a tour of Vedado, our modern and vibrant cultural center with modernist and art deco architecture. Vedado is also rich in relics from another fascinating era in Cuba’s history: The Art Deco Period, where you’ll have the pleasure of witnessing the grid of stunning mansions from the old era, each boasting of a spectacular Cuban architecture. Vedado has also become an important hub of contemporary Cuban culture. Come to experience the epicenter of the arts of Havana in an unforgettable panoramic tour. We guarantee this tour will be one of your trip highlights!
History, architecture and friendly locals make Trinidad a stand out destination. Without a doubt, walking around this city, with its beautifully conserved buildings, lets you enjoy a different type of life, as if you had travelled back in time. Founded in 1514 by the Spanish conquistador Diego Velázquez, Trinidad’s appearance suggests that its been preserved in a bubble. From the Mirador Valle de los Ingenios, 4kms outside the city, you can see in its entirety the impressive Valle de los Ingenios, with its old haciendas and slave settlements. You can discover both the Museo de Lucha contra Bandidos – one of the most photographed spots in the city - and even go out dancing in a club that is inside a cave. Trinidad is the land of the great sugar mills of yesteryear, of the canchánchara cocktail, colored facades, cobblestones ... And it’s also a great first stop before you continue on to National Park Topes de Collantes.