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The Many Benefits of Hiring a Guide in Cuba

Year-round warm weather, an intriguing history, stunning beaches, and Caribbean vibes make Cuba a destination like no other. So really the question you should be asking yourself is not ‘should I go to Cuba this year?’, but ‘what sort of … Read More

The Most Popular Cuban Cities for Tourists to Visit

Even though Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean, stretching almost 800 miles from west of east, this island nation seems to has more than its fair share of intriguing cityscapes that are just waiting to be explored. But … Read More

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All You Need to Know About Money and Currency in Cuba

While opening up to the world bit by bit, Cuba still has a unique way of governing – and that includes matters of money and currency. Here we’ll guide you through all you need to know when it comes to … Read More

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Arriving at Havana Airport (Everything You Need to Know)

Havana’s international airport also goes by the name of Jose Marti Internacional, after a prominent Cuban poet and nationalist. It is the island nation’s main international airport for those coming from outside of the Caribbean or Latin America region, as … Read More

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11 Foods and Drinks You Need to Try in Cuba

Heading out to Cuba and not sure what the food and drink situation is like? Have no fear, here we outline all the delights of Cuban cuisine, a fare that has historically received some (very unfair) bad press. So forget … Read More

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9 Best Things to Do in Havana Cuba

Visitors have a wealth of things to do in Havana. From the 500-year-old structures of Habana Vieja to its revolutionary street art and link to Nobel Prize winning author Ernest Hemingway, there are few cities in the world that can … Read More

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Best Things to do in the Zapata Peninsula

The 4,200 square kilometres of the Zapata Peninsula – or Peninsula de Zapata – lie on Cuba’s southern coastline, south-east of Havana, and west of Cienfuegos. Largely uninhabited, its one of the best places to head in Cuba for wildlife … Read More

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What to Do in Matanzas: Cuba’s Cultural Hidden Gem

Not heard of Matanzas? You’re not alone! While this capital of the province of the same name may not have hit the big time when it comes to tourist visits, that can only be a good thing for a destination … Read More

8 Cool Things You Can Only Get in Cuba

As one of the world’s most unique of destinations, it maybe comes as no surprise that this sublime Caribbean nation also offers visitors to the island an incredible list of intriguing products and souvenirs to remember your trip by. Many … Read More

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Things to do in Las Terrazas and Soroa

Las Terrazas and Soroa lie within Cuba’s westernmost province, Pinar del Rio. Although only 70 km or so from Havana, they offer visitors a whole other side to the island than the capital does. As a result, it’s well worth … Read More