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Whether it’s exploring verdant national parks, engaging with residents in quiet coastal communities, meeting tobacco farmers in the Viñales Valley, or delving into the art, music, dance and culinary traditions of the island, our expertise and insider access promise genuine connections with the Cuban people and their history, culture and daily life.
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A Tour Tailored to Your Passions? Here are a Few Ideas…
Lovers of Music + Dance… From Rumba to Mambo and Son to Trova, we know teachers and performers eager to share their talents and passions. The Havana-based Malpaso Dance Company, just one of many in the city, is a must if you can catch one of their local performances and Cantores de Cienfuegos is a world-renowned 23-member choir that offers frequent concerts in their hometown.
Hemingway Buffs… Let one of our in-the-know guides show you the author’s favorite haunts and the places that inspired him, from the Hotel Ambos Mundos where he started For Whom the Bell Tolls to El Floridita, the popular bar where Hemingway would often come for daiquiris after he had finished writing for the day.
Architecture Enthusiasts… Consider adding Trinidad , Cienfuegos , Camagüey and Sancti Spíritus to your itinerary; they boast some of the finest Colonial-era architecture in the Americas. Also in Cienfuegos, along the Punta Gorda peninsula, you’ll find a wonderfully eclectic ensemble of villas and palaces from the 20th century - along with modest 1950’s wooden homes overlooking the sea.
Passionate About History? The Battle of Santa Clara that led to the capture of this Cuban city by revolutionaries was a turning point in the island’s history. Delve into these significant events as you tour the impressive Che Guevara Mausoleum. Or step back a couple more centuries and learn about the development of Cuba’s sugar cane industry in the Valley de los Ingenios .