With over a combined 50 years of experience in Cuba, we are a leading Destination Management Company specializing in the design and implementation of TAILOR-MADE PROGRAMS, EVENTS, ACTIVITIES, TOURS, TRANSPORTATION AND PROGRAM LOGISTICS.
We organize Cuba in 4 big areas: Havana, Western, Central & Eastern were promote interesting places to visit.
Declared World Heritage Site in 1982, the old sector of town can be the most exciting Cuba travel experience, to be lived by walking its Plazas, cobbled-stone streets and alleys, churches, museums and art galleries or simply riding on replicas of horse-drawn carriages once used by wealthy Cubans as means transportation.
Located 81 km west of Havana, in the Sierra del Rosario, Soroa has a microclimate marked by considerable seasonal rainfall. This region is popular among birdwatchers and its largest attraction is Soroa’s orchid garden, founded in 1948, with more than 20,000 orchids.
Designated a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1984.
The perfect place for nature enthusiastic.
A tiny village nestled in a landscape of great natural beauty that combines beaches, sun, culture and traditions. This perfect blend is enhanced with the health facilities and spas with mineral waters specialized in providing different medical treatments.
Around 20 Km of white sand and crystal waters on the Hicacos Peninsula.
Declared a Biosphere Reserve and Ramsar site is a shelter of 190 species of birds, 31 types of reptiles, 12 species mammals and array of fish, insects and sea creatures.
Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005.
So called "City of Che" because there you can visit the grave of Ernesto Guevara.
A 16th century town for wondering across time in a 21st century atmosphere. Together with the nearby Valle de los Ingenios, it has been one of the UNESCOs World Heritage sites since 1988.
In July 2008, the old town was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Considered the cradle of the Cuban nationality.
A city full of surprises from architectural jewels, to battle grounds, colonial fortresses, sunken ships, mountain trails and the best of traditional music.
Founded in the early 16th century, this city became a centre of insurgency movements and suffered intensely the effects of the two major wars for independence. One of the main attractions of the nation’s fourth-largest city is La Loma de la Cruz. Its beautiful flora also dazzles all visitors.
One of the most famous beaches in the Holguin province, with its many luxuriant coral reefs and interesting cliffs, it offers good snorkeling in all of its excellent dive sites.
Situated at the remote northeastern corner of the island, this almost unspoiled colonial village is surrounded by secluded beaches and virgin rainforest. The first city is famous for a table-topped hill called El Yunque, its delicious chocolate, and the cucurucho -an ambrosia of honey, coconut, nuts and fresh seasonal fruit served in cones of palm bark, as well as natural attractions such as Playa Maguana.