Rum, cigars, Che Guevara, salsa, coffee, there are so many things that we know are synonymous with Cuba, but when you visit this unique island and experience these things yourself, you will truly understand and appreciate what this land and people have given the world.
Not only is this possibly the most beautiful island in the Caribbean, it is also the most intriguing and rich in political and cultural history. From the Cuban Revolution to the collapse of the Soviet Union in the 1990s, every decade of Cuban history has a multi-layered story to tell.
The air and the streets of Havana are filled with music and dance at all times. Whether it’s in an iconic mojito bar, a vibrant modern art gallery or along the Malecón, you won’t be able to resist joining the passionate locals in a few salsa steps. The stunning colonial architecture and rich artistic heritage mix with an evolving development of luxury boutique spots that still hold an authentic Cuban charm.
The island’s 3,000 miles of coastline is scattered with mangroves, coral reefs, pristine beaches, untouched villages and stunning rural landscapes. Whether you explore Cuba’s peaceful side on horseback, by bike or in a vintage car, you’ll see unforgettable sights and experience immeasurably kind and welcoming hospitality along the way.