The colourful town of Trinidad will blow travellers away with its colonial charm but there’s much more to do than just wandering around those pretty cobbled streets.
You should never think of being on a menial budget as a hindrance, but instead, view it as an opportunity to experience and explore every nook and cranny.
Depending on how you travel, Cuba can be a very expensive country, but with a few pointers in the right direction you can learn how to make your money stretch.
Friendly people, unique scenery, and lively nightlife are just some of the reason travellers will fall in love with Viñales.
Cuba is not as easy as some countries to travel around, but sometimes that is half the fun. Here are a few tips to try and keep travellers prepared for what they’re letting themselves in for when using public transport.
We expected public transport in Cuba to be a little unreliable and tricky to figure out. But on our first day trying to leave Havana, we managed to spend a whole morning ending up exactly where we started!
Cuba is a small country but there is much to see and do. From big cities to small villages, here are ten places you won’t want to miss out on during your travels
This capital city swathed in ambiguity and saturated with crumbling indications of its former glory sprawls outwards from the huge port, with over two million vivacious inhabitants and an abundance of iconic sights that every traveller dreams of beholding.
There’s not much of a hostel scene in Cuba, and with hotels being too expensive for most backpackers, staying with the locals can the best and most rewarding option available
Some packing list suggestions and advice, as well as what and how to donate responsibly to locals.