Cuba que linda es Cuba!
Perfect weather. Pristine waters. Spectacular scenery. Soaring architecture. Exotic wildlife. Exuberant nightlife. And a distinctive procession of vintage automobiles. This is not just another island getaway: This is Cuba.
Its varied geography includes rolling farmland, rugged mountains, urban metropolises, quaint colonial villages and white-sand beaches. The island is divided into 15 provinces with Havana as its main capital. Cuba seems to be lost in time, somewhere in the 1950’s. It’s not just the old American cars in the streets or the exquisite colonial architecture with peeling paint in Old Havana. Instead, it’s a sense that the world of modern tourism has somehow largely bypassed the Caribbean’s largest island.
Music and dance plays a huge part in the lives of the Cubans. You find it everywhere, in bars, restaurants, clubs even in the streets. The Island is 1250 kilometers from East to West and perfect for Self Drive tours, Tours with domestic flights or Private driver guide (group)tours. Explore this exciting destination, world famous for its Sigars and Rum!
The capital city is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and possesses stunning colonial architecture, vibrant culture, beautiful theatres and an incredible music scene. Some tourist attractions are: the Malecon, Hemingway’s bar, “La Bodeguita del Medio”, El Capitolio and Cementerio Cristobál Colon.
Nature & beaches
The beaches of Varadero and the Jardines del Rey archipelago are renowned for its white sandy beaches and nearby coral reefs. Don’t forget the Pinar del Rio region; famous for fertile tobacco fields and many breathtaking sceneries. Relax at ‘Baños de San Juan’ or visit the nature reserve Topes de Collantes.
The five must-visit colonial towns in Cuba: Camagüey, Trinidad, Santiago de Cuba, Sancti Spíritus, and Cienfuegos. Most of these colonial towns are around 500 years old and carry a lot of history. 4 cities are included on the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites list which emphasises the importance to visit at least one!