Calle Mercaderes in Old Havana is an incubator for museums. Cuba has created a street full of free, small museums that all have the potential to expand given enough interest. Which museum gets your vote?
The Casablanca forts were designed to keep people out, and at 6 CUC per fort we did just that. Find out what you can see for free across the bay from Old Havana!
Adjust your pace & heighten your senses in Santiago de Cuba – find out why most travelers either love or hate the city known as the “Cradle of the Revolution”.
What do you get if you cross The Flintstones with Jurassic Park? Cavemen alongside dinosaurs at Valle de la Prehistoria! Only in Cuba! Join us in Parque Baconao for a ton of fun & laughter!
Unlike the rest of Cuba, Baracoa has it’s own local dishes & flavours! From fish with coconut sauce to government restaurants, find out what kind of Baracoan regional cuisine to eat & where!
Playa Santa Lucia needs some TLC, but that shouldn’t stop you from visiting. Acclaimed diving and sensational Playa los Cocos are what made us visit.
Make your way to the eastern tip of the island & you’ll find some of the Cuba’s best countryside & dining, along with plenty of tourists & hustlers – find out why Baracoa’s best days are behind it.
What’s the top attraction on TripAdvisor in Havana? Technically it is the Cathedral in Plaza de la Catedral, but I prefer the surrounding area more. Find out why below.
Whereas Mazunte has been awarded Pueblo Magico status, nearby Zipolite still has naked tourists running around the beach. Let’s explore both villages to help you decide where to stay upon your visit.
The revolutionary spirit is alive & well in Bayamo – learn about the legacy of 4 major events that took place in this historic city.