When Columbus came upon Guardalavaca for the first time, he described it as the most beautiful place he had ever laid eyes on – find out if this still rings true.
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.
There aren’t many things to do in Ciego de Avila, a city in Cuba that wasn’t much different than the United States in the 19th century. Learn about the history of La Trocha, how to get there & more.
There are a number of things to do in Matanzas but none are outstanding – check out the accommodation & transport options and decide for yourself if it’s worth the trip…
Cigar & guava brandy tours are some of the best things to do in Pinar del Rio – find out what else makes the list, along with information on accommodation & transport.
Visit Vinales, one of Fidel Castro’s favourite places in Cuba – from the number of tourists here, it seems everyone agrees. From accommodation to food, find out our top tips to enjoy Vinales on a budget.
Playa Larga is best known for the Bay of Pigs invasion but it also offers great diving & wildlife opportunities: from accommodation to food, find out how to enjoy Playa Larga on a budget.
Varadero is Cuba’s biggest resort area but its beautiful beaches are absolutely free! Find out how to experience Varadero on a budget & judge for yourself if it really is the best beach in Cuba…