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Things to do in Cuba
Havana - experience the electic atmosphere and music of historic old Havana
Old Havana has changed little in decades with small shops still selling produce the same way as their forefathers did 100 years ago. A great way to see the town is in a horse carriage or buggy ride and this normally takes about 3 hours. Stop off at a restaurant or little bar and imagine Hemmingway sitting here and writing his stories or poems.
Havana - learn how to roll cigars on the Partagas factory tour
Partagas are one of the better cigar manufacturers and a trip around their factory gives you a real insight into how cigars are made. Most cigars are still made by hand and you can watch each of the individual steps that are required to make this luxury product. As the workers are making the cigars a reader keeps them informed on the latest events by reading from a newspaper or novel. Note that cameras are not permitted on the tour.
Matanzas - take a trip to the Boca de Guamam crocodile farm
Many people are not aware that there are crocodiles in Cuba and are even more surprised when they learn there are 2 species. The Conservation Boca de Guamam crocodile farm in Matanzas offers you the opportunity to meet these magnificent beasts and learn more about how they have survived for millions of years. Strangely you can also sample crocodile steaks in the farm’s restaurant.
Santiago de Cuba - learn to dance the Salsa
There are a number of different places around Cuba to learn Salsa, the national dance, and one of the best places to learn is in Santiago de Cuba. Go along to one of the many clubs and enquire about classes. The dance is very easy to learn and you will pick up the basic steps in under an hour and you will then be able to amaze your friends when you return back home
Introduction of Cuba
The largest of the Caribbean islands is Cuba. It has gorgeous scenery and beaches as well as rich culture and history. Hotels in Cuba range from simple accommodations to more luxurious ones. You can find private residences that offer rooms for rent instead of these properties for a glimpse at the life of an average resident here. Havana is known for its great nightlife and there are a variety of accommodations located in this area. Trinidad and Havana are both UNESCO World Heritage sites. Due to the preservation of these areas, travelling here is like taking a trip back in time. The beaches are breathtaking, with warm sand and clear water. There are several immaculate beaches along the coastline waiting to be discovered. The landscape is diverse from desert area to tropical rainforest and includes four main mountain ranges. The precinct is mostly warm and has a moderately subtropical climate.