Join us in Cuba!
Since the US opened the boarders to Cuba in 2016, we have been taking trips each year and brining groups of people with us to get a taste of what everyone has been talking about. Are you ready to explore Cuba? Immerse in the colorful streets and take a ride in a vintage car to explore all the hotspots in Havana. Venture off on several day trips to Viñales to learn all about the Cuban cigar culture. Go back in time to stroll the colonial old town and cobblestone streets of Trinidad. Explore pristine beaches and bask in the sunshine of Cienfuegos! Activities will run from the evening of May 23 through the afternoon on May 28. Attendees should plan to arrive in Havana Cuba (HAV) on the morning of May 23rd and depart on afternoon of May 28th from (HAV).
Day 1- Thursday, May 23
Welcome to Cuba!
Feel free to check in and get settled by 2pm local time.
Check into your penthouse accommodation and prepare for a night out dining and enjoying Cuban cuisine, drinks and music (not included)
Day 2- Friday, May 24
Viñales Valley Day Trip
Explore the Western region of Cuba, known for very high quality tobacco fields and breathtaking landscapes.
Learn how tobacco is grown and taste hand-rolled, organic Cuban cigars.
Immerse in the culture as you are guided through the Indian and African caves. You will gain knowledge about the forms of civilization by their means of subsistence, types of livelihood, literacy and other cultural traits.
Embrace for lunch at a traditional Paladar, then enjoy some free time to wander and shop in the markets.
Day 3: Saturday, May 25
Classic Car Havana City Tour
Visit many sights located in 5 districts and see the longest cigar ever rolled!
Embrace and mix it up with the locals as you visit the top Havana attractions. You will have a about 3 hours of free time before indulging in some Cuban yummies. Get dropped off in town or back at the villa.
Eat in the Streets of Old Havana
Start near Obispo street, a bustling pedestrian thoroughfare, where you'll try new and unexpected flavors. These are places that you might miss on your own, a fruit juice stand, a hole-in-the wall hamburger place, and other surprises. You'll eat like the locals do, sometimes it's good and sometimes it's strange but its always 100% authentic. You'll learn all about ethnic influences and history behind some of Cuba's favorite street foods and the difference between state and private owned establishments (dinner included).