The island of Cuba – with its vibrant rhythms, varied landscape, and rich heritage of literature and dance – wins over many travellers, who return again and again. Cuba's travel opportunities differ from those in other Latin American countries, and though the country has been a magnet for sun-seeking tourists for some time, it is only slowly opening up to less-traditional travel. A Cuba trip provides an opportunity to explore this uniquely beautiful and captivating land and meet its friendly and open people.

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Beyond Rice and Beans – Unravelling the Cuban Food Myth

Oct. 9, 2013, 4:28 p.m.

If there’s one thing you are bound to hear before going to Cuba it is something derogatory about the food. Beans, chicken and beans, rice and beans, rice, pulled pork and beans… Like many travellers I enjoy indulging in local delicacies when travelling, from street food to gourmet. I relish variety and exotic cuisine so [&hellip

Visual Adventure: Cuba

Sept. 4, 2013, 3:17 p.m.

Quick question: What’s the first thing you should do when you get to Cuba? Answer: Everything. There’s no lack of awesome things to see and do in this eclectic country, whether it’s cycling or dancing or bringing the kids along for one heck of a history lesson in cool Cuban culture. But if you slow [&hellip

Colours of Cuba

July 4, 2013, 9:58 a.m.

One of the most striking things about travelling through Cuba is the array of colours you see around the country. From the brightly painted retro cars to the washing hanging from windows in bustling Havana, to the countryside with its vivid greens and yellows; every colour of the rainbow is represented. Here we work our [&hellip

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