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Guide to vinales

Why you should book your trip with us

There are many tour operators, group travel organizers, travel agents and websites out there who offer travel to Cuba. And you know what, there’s only a handful of them that I would actually rate. I don’t say this from a competition stance, but instead from a potential customer’s point of view. Cuba isn’t like any […]

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Internet in Cuba – what’s really the deal

“Go where the WiFi is weak & the rum is strong” The idea of traveling to a country where the WiFi is weak may tickle the tastebuds for some. For others, it might have you breaking out in the sweats and reconsidering your trip entirely. Either way, you need to know the facts about the […]

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Apps in Cuba: the top 5 apps to download before you travel

5 apps that will make your trip to Cuba stress-free Cuba is an island with limited internet access. There are designated Wifi spots around the towns (and much more in Viñales than in Havana FYI). Mobile data for tourists is still not possible. It’s a great country for a digital detox, but not so great […]

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How to travel to Viñales for the day

Havana is an incredible city, but after a couple of days you’ll most likely be needing a break (trust us). Viñales is a 2.5 hour scenic drive from the capital, and if done right, can be the best day of your trip (check out our reviews in our IG Highlights, TripAdvisor & AirBnB page – […]

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Is Cuba right for you?

Or more to the point, are you right for Cuba?  Cuba isn’t easy. Things break. Things don’t exist. Things don’t always make sense and things can go very, very slowly. We are increasingly playing host to visitors who haven’t done their cultural research before their experience with us and so wanted to put together this […]

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What to pack for your trip to Cuba

Packing for Cuba is easy. It’s a chilled out island, so unless you’re an Instagram Influencer and need that photo of you in your red dress and stilettos in Havana, leave your high heels at home! I’m not going to tell you how many tops or pairs of knickers you should be packing – I’m […]

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