How do you get to Cancun Airport? Can I sleep there? Do I need a visa for Cuba? What’s the flight to Havana like? We answer all these questions and more!
Forget Bayamo – if you’re in Cuba on a Saturday night, head straight to Las Tunas, where the streets come alive with a smorgasbord of food, drinks, music & dance!
Cienfuegos is known as the “Pearl of the South” but don’t believe the hype – this French-founded city is nowhere near as sophisticated or stylish as its roots may suggest.
If Puerto Escondido has nothing else, it has a plethora of beaches to fit anyone’s tastes. Find out which one matches your interests best.
Have you seen Life of Pi where he sails among phosphorescent jellyfish, and a whale breaches near his boat? Good, because phosphorescent plankton is no where near as exciting.
Was Cuba that much different than America in the 19th century? La Trocha in Ciego de Avila explains why it wasn’t.
Enter the gates of Alejandro Robaina, Cuba’s only working tobacco plantation – the tour cost us CUC$2 but you can read about it for free!
There’s not much to see & do in Matanzas, but if you’re coming from Havana, it’s a good base from which to visit Playa Coral & the resort haven of Varadero.
Divers launching into the Bay of Pigs are the only invasions happening here today. The Bay of Pigs dive sites are perfect for new and budget divers.
Take a tour of the renowned Fabrica de Tabacos Francisco Donatien cigar factory in Pinar del Rio, which rolls out some of Cuba’s finest: the Trinidad, Cohiba & Vegeros brands.