Things Not to Miss in Cuba

7 Cool Things Not to Miss in Cuba

Cuba has been beguiling visitors to its shores since long before the Castro-led revolution of the late 1950s and early 1960s made it perhaps the world’s most unique tourist destination. The largest island in the Caribbean, it boasts more UNESCO-enshrined … Read More


Discovering the Magic of Trinidad – Hiking in Trinidad

Trinidad is perhaps Cuba’s best-preserved colonial city. One of the earliest settlements founded by the Spanish after the arrival of Christopher Columbus no less, it rose to prominence thanks to the sugar and tobacco industries that developed in the surrounding … Read More


Here’s Why You Should Plan a Family Trip to Cuba in 2019

The description of Cuba as a unique destination is certainly a worthy one. As one of the last communist regimes, life in Cuba remains very different to that many of us – and our children – lead. As a result, … Read More

Travelling Solo in Cuba

7 Top Tips for Travelling Solo in Cuba

Cuba is not only an extraordinarily welcoming country all round, but also an incredibly safe destination for solo travel. If you’re thinking about traveling solo in Cuba, don’t let the lack of friends or travel companions stop you. If anything, … Read More

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Top 8 Things to Do in Camagüey, Cuba

Located in the eastern half of Cuba, Camagüey is one of the island’s gems. Dating back to its foundation by Spanish colonists in the early 1500s, just a few years after Christopher Columbus reached the new world for the first … Read More

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The 6 Simple Steps You Need to Go to Cuba

Introduction – what do you need to go to Cuba? Cuba is a unique destination with a whole series of reasons to make visiting top of your bucket list, from incredible architectural sights and fantastically welcoming locals to its astonishing … Read More

what to do in cienfuegos

What to Do in Cienfuegos: Our Top 8

Located on Cuba’s stunning southern Caribbean coastline, Cienfuegos is unique in Cuba in that it was settled by immigrants from France rather than from Spain, the country’s colonial ruler. That French heritage continues to demonstrate itself through the Parisian style … Read More

what to do in vinales

What To Do in Vinales – 11 Top-Notch Activities

The green wonderland of landscapes in and around Vinales hark back to the days when Cuba was a paradise of lush vegetation amid a patchwork-quilt of farms. It is here, among craggy eruptions of limestone known as mogotes, that much … Read More

Some Of Our Favourite Privately Owned Boutique Hotels in Havana

The relaxation of laws relating to the Cuban accommodation scene over recent years to allow private owners to open up hotels (previously the sole remit of the government) has resulted in a much greater choice of accommodation options for those … Read More

Communication in Cuba

Communication in Cuba – be it sending a postcard, making a phone call, or writing an email – is getting easier all the time, although it can still appear complicated compared to many other holiday destinations. A little planning ahead … Read More