Excursions

Excursions

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Lonely Planet recommends the five best excursions from Havana

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World-renowned travel guide book publisher Lonely Planet has published an article detailing the top 5 day trips from Havana. Curated by Travel expert and Cubaphile Diana Rita Cabrera, the list has some of the best day trips you can enjoy using Havana as a base. Read on and find out what they are!

El Nicho Nature Park re-opens to international tourism

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Cuba

After several months of enforced hiatus due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, El Nicho Nature Park, deep in the Escambray mountains and 30 miles from the city of Cienfuegos, is due to re-open its doors to international tourism. Read on and find out more about this Caribbean paradise!

Seven fun facts about La Cabaña fortress

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Havana

Dominating the eastern side of Havana Bay is a mighty fortress. Find out more here about "La Cabaña", a place that reveals some of Havana's fascinating past.

A-Traccion - a fun new way to go off the beaten path in Viñales

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Viñales

Visitors to Viñales now have a new way to enjoy the stunning scenery of the Viñales Valley. Known as A-Traccion, you can buy a ticket to board an all-terrain 4x4 Jeep that is able to go to some of the lesser-known places of the region. Driven by expert local guides, this new fleet of vehicles promises to be both an enlightening and enchanting way to experience Viñales, a part of Cuba that tends to leave a lasting impression on all who go there, from the beauty of nature to the friendliness of the locals.

José Martí - Following the trail of Cuba’s National Hero in Havana

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Havana

If there is one Cuban that every visitor should get to know, it’s José Martí. He dedicated much of his life to liberating Cuba from Spain, dying a martyr for the cause in 1895. The uprising he had helped organise continued, and seven years later Cuba successfully achieved independence.

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