Dubbed "The Pearl of the Antilles", the island is one of those rare gems where one can wonder how it was…and experience it in the flesh. Salsa runs in the air amidst colorful streets, picturesque towns, and towers that have stood the test of time and politics. Cuba is an excellent spot for lovers of The Caribbean, those who look for excitement, warmth, and a charming profile that combines well-preserved relics and dynamism: American vehicles from the 50's run like any Toyota today, fine restaurants with a touch of unique Caribbean taste, and of course, the enduring beauty of an extensive shoreline lined with kiosks, excitement, and music.
Havana is a charming city, with a richly diverse architecture:+ Art Deco theatres; and taxi drivers in half-century-old American guzzlers, all of this happening right before a string of Neoclassical shop fronts attesting to a grand colonial past, thus lending Havana that unique Caribbean flavor, a sort of magic so special, so enchanting. By far, the most attractive sections of Havana are: Its old city, or Habana Vieja. The most emblematic oceanfront boulevard, the Malecón. And Vedado, the city's heart with its Plaza surrounded by theatres, lounges, nightclubs, and cinemas. A few miles away lies the very essence of Havana—of Cuba itself—the immense Plaza de la Revolución. Beyond it are some of Havana's most stylish restaurants and best music venues mushrooming amongst old colonial streets and new avenues, all of which lend the entire city a well-deserved spot in anyone's tourist bucket list.
Near Cuba's mountainous regions in the south lies this dreamy city rich with colonial heritage seen at every corner. The city is a magnet for visitors in love with Caribbean rhythms like Salsa, Cha-Cha-Cha, Trova, and Bolero. Along the coastline around the town is the high coastal fortification of El Morro and the Gran Parque Natural Baconao. Nearby lies El Cobre, a little picturesque town home to one of Cuba's most important churches, housing the highly venerated relic of the Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre. Further west is the Sierra Maestra heights, where Fidel Castro and his rebels launched their historic assault, precisely to make history and what Cuba is today—a pearl kept in time and charm…regardless.
Varadero is just 140 km from the City of Havana and is the most attractive of Cuban beaches and popular destinations in the Caribbean. It offers aquatic activity, golf, events, and attractive nightlife, all accompanied by an excellent tourist infrastructure to guarantee client satisfaction. The transparency of its waters, the blue tones of the sea, its white and fine sands, its warm climate, vegetation, and natural landscapes make it an unforgettable seaside resort.
Trinidad & Tobago is more than a Caribbean holiday paradise. Both islands also have a lot to offer, from biking and hiking tours in the rainforest to sailing a kayak through the mangroves and diving to the underwater reefs, and much more against a stunningly beautiful natural backdrop.
Villa Clara is a province famous for its history, culture, and pretty beaches. As a tourist destination, it offers visitants a great diversity of options covering most of the tourist modalities, among the most recognized: Nature, Sun and Beach, Culture, and Health. The territory has an exclusive variety of flora and fauna species, such as colonies of pink flamingos and beautiful coral reefs. This town's culture is one of the most influential at the national level—the Cradle of several of the most renowned artists in the Cuban cultural scene. There are diverse celebrations and popular customs, among which the Remedian Parrandas stand out, a symbol of a tradition of more than 500 years, declared by UNESCO Intangible Heritage of Humanity.