Articles tagged with Excursions
El Nicho Nature Park re-opens to international tourism
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!
A-Traccion - a fun new way to go off the beaten path in 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
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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