The excursion in images
Havana is the capital of about 2 million, is rich in cultural and historical attractions, and rich in architectural excitement for all ages.
In addition to sightseeing, a vibrant nightlife awaits tourists, a range of excellent salsa & jazz clubs and nightclubs offer sophisticated entertainment every day.
We’ll spend the first three nights here.
The province of Pinar del Rio is also called the “green” province of Cuba. This area offers us the most beautiful natural beauty of the country. The virtually untouched nature is a great opportunity for those who want to relax after a busy Caribbean big city.
Here we’ll visit tobacco fields, UNESCO World Heritage sites, and enjoy the rich flora and fauna. We’ll spend two nights here.
Last but not least, we’ll have access to one of the largest cave systems on the American continent, which is only allowed to visitors in limited numbers with special permits!
Native village, crocodiles, hummingbirds, lagoon and much more will await us in the nature reserve on Zapata Peninsula.
We take a motorboat tour and so we travel across the Laguna de Tresoro or in English the Treasure Lagoon. Meanwhile, we’ll learn a great deal about ancient traditions and values.
We’ll spend one night here and go on.
Reaching the crystal clear azure Caribbean coast, we’re looking at another UNESCO World Heritage site and other architectural and cultural excitement.
We’ll spend two nights in Trinidad.
After a visit to yet another jaw-dropping World Heritage Site and the Sugar Mill Valley, we’ll arrive at Cayo Santa Maria, where you can relax on a gorgeous sandy beach with all-inclusive dining.