The Jewels of Cuba

With its 10 World Heritage Site and the 7 legendary towns...

Cuba has places of interest that have been declared World Heritage Sites over time: 1982 Old Havana - 1988 Trinidad e Valle de Los Ingenios - 1997 San Pedro de la Roca Castle, Santiago - 1999 Valle de Viñales, Pinar del Rio - 2000 coffee plantations, Santiago de Cuba - 2005 Historical Centre of Cienfuegos - 2008 Historical Centre of Camaguey

Is also the land where the first seven towns were born: 1512 Nuestra Señora of Baracoa, 1513 San Salvador of Bayamo, 1514 La Sacra Trinidad, 1514 Sancti Spiritus, 1514 Santa Maria del Porto del Principe, 1515 Santiago de Cuba and 1519 San Cristobal of Havana nowadays known as Baracoa, Bayamo, Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, Camaguey, Santiago de Cuba and Havana. 

Ecoturism in Cuba

Discover Ecotourism in Cuba...

Beyond the typical hiking and trekking, Cuba offers an array of ecotourism activities. With the highest diversity of avian species in the Antilles, visitors can enjoy birdwatching and spot a great variety of birds. Travelers can also visit farms that house endangered species, such as crocodiles, ride horses through the valleys, participate in cycling programs, get in touch with Cuban roots by visiting rustic farmers, and enjoy sport fishing. For the best birdwatching spots, consider visiting the Toa River, the Chorrillo Range, El Yarey village, Pedraplén, La Silla Hostel, Mount Cabaniguán, and the Flamingo Tour in Nuevitas Bay. Cuba's ecotourism also boasts visits to numerous caves scattered throughout the island, including the Ambrosio Cave, Ballamar Caves, Indio Cave, Great Cave of San Tomás,
and the Natural Archaeological Path "El Guafe," among many other attractions.

Hiking in Cuba

Discover the Beauty of Cuba through its Nature and Hiking Trails...

Cuba is a destination that offers more than just stunning beaches and a rich culture. With its harmonious and uncontaminated nature, it is one of the most suitable places to enjoy excursions that are both sporty and adventurous. The country boasts 14 national parks and over 25 ecological reserves, each teeming with unique animal and plant life. Here are some of the most important areas to explore:
Sierra Maestra: This impressive mountain range is home to some of the country's major peaks, including Pico Turquino, Pico Cuba and Suecia. Take in the breathtaking views while practicing your favorite sport. Don't forget to visit the Gran Piedra, the largest rock in the world.
Pinar del Río: Walk along some of the most important paths in this Cuban province and enjoy the typical flora and fauna of the country. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the precious Botanical Garden of Soroa or the Viñales Valley National Park.
Topes de Collantes (Sancti Spíritus): The Topes de Collantes Great Natural Park offers impressive trails that take you among pines, carob trees and ancient centenary cedars.

The Best Beaches in Cuba

among the most beautiful in the world

Cuba's beaches are a major attraction for millions of tourists from around the world, offering a wide range of options for all preferences and wonders. Whether you prefer serene beaches on the Caribbean Sea or wilder Atlantic Ocean beaches that are perfect for water sports like surfing and kitesurfing, Cuba has it all. Some of the most renowned beaches are found on the islets called "cayos" like Cayo Santa María, Cayo Ensenachos, Cayo Las Brujas, Cayo Coco, Cayo Cruz, Cayo Guillermo, Cayo Levisa, Cayo Jutías or Cayo Largo del Sur. Impossible not to mention Varadero, made up of a series of magnificent white sand beaches that stretch for 22 kilometers and home of a huge quantity of all-inclusive resorts. Of magnificent beauty is Playa Coral that attracts visitors for its colorful and charming coral reef. Another stunning beach in Cuba is Playa Pilar, located in the prestigious Cayo Guillermo, which is surrounded by unspoiled nature and turquoise waters, perfect for swimming. Cayo Coco is known for its natural beauty and high-end hotel facilities and boasts azure hues that give visitors the feeling of being in paradise. Playa Paraíso and Playa Sirena in Cayo Largo are two must-visit beaches that look like natural swimming pools, offering clear waters and enchanting white sand dotted with starfish, although Pandemic period has deprived tourists of the opportunity to fully enjoy it. The eastern region of Cuba boasts stunning beaches such as Cayo Saetía, perfect for nature and water sports enthusiasts. Located in the province of Holguín, Guardalavaca is another great option and was one of the first points of interest visited by Christopher Columbus. If you're looking for a paradise beach near Havana, we recommend Cayo Levisa, located in the province of Pinar del Río. It's just a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Havana and is one of the most exotic destinations in Western Cuba. María la Gorda is a diving center located in the western area of Pinar del Río, and is famous for its remarkable black coral reef - the largest of its kind in the world. The reef is a mountainous chain of coral that provides a home to a vast array of marine life, making it a must-see for any diving enthusiast.

For Sport Lovers in Cuba

if your clients love sport and sporting activities, choose the one that's right for them

Cuba offers a wide range of activities for sports and adventure enthusiasts, perfect for an unforgettable vacation. From nautical sports such as diving, surfing, and fishing to sports practiced in all-inclusive resorts.Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the island boasts two excellent golf clubs to play in: the Varadero Club and the Havana Club. Both clubs have extensive green fields and offer all the necessary equipment for a pleasant day of golf. Cuba also hosts international competitions such as the European Community Tournament, the Canada Cup, and the End of Year Tournament.

For those who love surfing, Cuba has several excellent places to catch some waves. Yumuri, located east of Baracoa, Baconao, along the south coast, and Sun Beach, suitable for all types of surfers, from beginners to experts. Kitesurfing is also popular in some areas of the Cuban coast, a method in which the surfer is attached to a kite with a harness, gliding on the waves in an enjoyable way. This activity is practiced mainly on the eastern beaches, near Havana, in addition to classic surfing.

Cuba's coastline is dotted with numerous dive centers that offer guided tours. Safety and rescue measures are strictly enforced, giving you peace of mind to enjoy your experience to the fullest. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, these centers cater to all levels of experience. Additionally, they offer a variety of diving techniques, such as snorkeling, night dives, sport dives, deep dives, cave dives to suit your preference. There are three important areas: Jardines del Rey, Isla de la Juventud, and María la Gorda. Jardines del Rey is known as one of the most beautiful coral reefs and mangroves made up of over 250 islets with peculiar marine species. Its attractive diving spots are Farallón, Pipín, Coral Negro I and II and Vicente. Apart from its many breathtaking diving locations, the Isla de la Juventud archipelago is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, including Playa Sirena and Playa de Bibijagua. María la Gorda is a diving center located in the western area of Pinar del Río, and is famous for its remarkable black coral reef - the largest of its kind in the world.

For those who love fishing, Cuba ranks among the top destinations. The island's prime location between the Florida Straits and the Bahamas, along with its underwater basins and trenches, make it an ideal spot for the passage of hundreds of fish species. With countless fishing locations throughout the island, some of the most significant fishing sites include Jardines del Rey, Cienfuegos, Ciénaga de Zapata, Cayo Romano, and the Guanahacabibes Peninsula. If you enjoy freshwater fishing, there are also plenty of options such as the Leonero Lagoon, the La Rotonda Lagoon, and the Laguna Grande or Laguna Algodonal.

The rhythm of Cuba

Music and rhythm of Cuba will captivate you

Cuba is a remarkable island that boasts a rich blend of nature, history, and culture. A perfect haven for music and dance enthusiasts, Cuban dances reflect the people's zest for life and offer entertainment for tourists who visit the country year after year. Dance, music and folklore are at the core of Cuba's cultural identity. Each dance has its own music, and vice versa. The island has given birth to many musical styles that are a fusion of both European and African cultures. From the traditional Trova, Bolero, Canción, to Música Campesina (Zapateo, Guajira, Criolla), Danzón, and Son, Cuba's music scene is rich and diverse. Modern styles like Cuban Jazz, Clave, Rumba, Salsa, Nueva Trova, Timba, and Cubaton (the famous Cuban Reggaeton) are also significant. Traditional melodies have evolved into contemporary ones, with Son being reborn as Cuban Salsa. Cuba is a land of rhythm, melodies, and dance steps that come together to create a distinctive style.

Night Life in Cuba

Discover the Exciting Nightlife of Cuba...

Experience the lively and upbeat nightlife of Cuba's youngest cities by visiting Trinidad, Matanzas, Cienfuegos, Santiago de Cuba, or Santa Clara. However, the nightlife in Havana is particularly intriguing and seductive with a wide range of options available in Old Havana, El Vedado, or Miramar.
If you want to immerse yourself in Cuba's past, be sure to visit the famous Cabaret Parisien at Hotel Nacional or the renowned Tropicana, which boasts scenography designed to bring Cuban history to life. For those who enjoy alternative pop music, Bertolt Brecht and El Sauce café-theaters are must-see venues. The Miramar House of Music features popular dance music played by famous orchestras. Jazz enthusiasts, on the other hand, can listen to Latin jazz at the La Zorra y el Cuervo club or the Jazz Café. For those who want to dance, the Palacio de la Rumba or the clubs of Copacabana, El Riviera, El Comodoro or the Bar Asturias at the Centro Asturiano are the perfect destinations. If you're in the mood for a more relaxed vibe, El Sauce Cultural Center in Havana offer classic hits from the 70s and 80s that are sure to get you moving.