Lanquin serves as the gateway to Semuc Champey, and has recently grown to accommodate the influx of tourists. See why this quaint mountain village is worth a stay.
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.
Was Cuba that much different than America in the 19th century? La Trocha in Ciego de Avila explains why it wasn’t.
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.
Escape the tourists & casas of Vinales & head to the down to earth town of Pinar del Rio for factory tours of cigars & guava brandy!
Visit Vinales, one of Fidel Castro’s favourite places in Cuba – from the number of tourists here, it seems everyone agrees. But is it DIY friendly? Find out our top tips & tricks!
Sancti Spiritus is no little Trinidad despite what people may say – there’s a reason why few tourists choose not to make Sancti Spiritus part of their trip. Guess what made us stop…
In 1945 an English poet came to the mountains of Las Pozas, Xilitla to create a Garden of Eden – join us in exploring the fun & fantasy in this natural wonderland!
Similar to the Procesion del Silencio, we are going to take a walking tour of Queretaro. Thankfully, we won’t be carrying a cross and dragging a chain around our ankle in the process…