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In the Sand

From the famous white-sand playground of Playa Varadero, to the giant dunes of Papa’s Hemingway’s beloved Cayo Guillermo, to the secluded beauty of María la Gorda, there’s no better place on earth to find your bliss.

Varadero
Cuba’s number one destination for all-inclusive sun and fun. Family-friendly Varadero offers a wide selection of three-four and five star resorts, fanned out along what is arguably the most spectacular beach in the Caribbean. Diving, deep-sea fishing and easy day trips into romantic Havana provide popular diversions.

Things to do
Rent a bicycle or scooter and explore the peninsula.
Learn how to salsa dance at the Mambo Club
Stroll through Parque Retiro Josone, where there’s even a miniature train ride for the kids

Cuba Flavour

For a small country, Cuba has a very large soul. It’s all owing to a culture which is incredible rich, vibrant and immensely varied. Art, music, dance, theater –all are nurtured, celebrated and exuberantly enjoyed, every day of the year, in every corner of the country.

Havana
It is said that Cubans are born with a salsa in their hips. In Havana, that love of dance is evident everywhere, from the disciplined elegance of the world renowned Ballet Nacional to the technicolour chachachá of the Tropicana Nightclub.

Things to do
Treat yourself at the Coppelia ice cream parlour, where queuing up is half
Take a walking tour of Habana Vieja (Old Havana)
Gaze up at the colossal bronze Goddess of Virtue and at the Capitolio Nacional.


In the City

Lose yourself in a romance with the past, in the Caribbean’s most fascinating cities. With 8 World Heritages Sites from one end of the island to the other, there are magnificent churches, castles, forts, museums, galleries and revolutionary sites to explore virtually everywhere.

Trinidad
Founded in 1514, Trinidad is an enchanting hillside town of cobblestone streets and pastel-hued houses that has happily changed very little since Spanish colonial times. Less than 10 km south lies Playa Ancón, a pristine, white-sand beach.

Things to do
Spend the day hiking to waterfalls and underground caves in Topes de Collantes
Enjoy live musical at Casa de La Trova.
Wander through the palm-shaded Plaza Mayor, at the heart of the old city.

Walk with Nature

Thick mangroves.
Abundant wetlands.
Towering rainforests. And a remarkable diversity of flora and fauna (including the bee-hummingbird- the thiniest bird in the world.) Fully one-fifth of Cuba’s land is under some form of environmental protection, making it a lush landscape to explore on foot, horseback, bicycle or guided tour.

Viñales Valley
Lush Pinar del Río, with its distinctive mogotes (rounded limestone mountains), is the tobacco-growing heartland of cuba. Spectacularly scenic plains, where Cuban cowboys roam and dreamy villages doze, are ringed by mountain ranges. The island’s largest subterranean cave system, Caverna Santo Tomás, lies below.

Things to do
Tour a tobacco factory in the town of Pinar del Río.
Visit the Che Guevara’s secret headquarters in the Parque Nacional La Guira
Explore the Parque nacional Península de Guanahacabibes, a lush Unesco bio-reserve.





 
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