The most exclusive and romantic tour, a complete itinerary in vintage cars by visiting Havana and the hinterland until you reach Trindiad and the cristal clear sea.
Route: Avana-Guamà-Cienfuegos -Trinidad -Santa Clara
Departure days: M T W T F S S
Arrival at Havana airport, reception by our staff and transfer to B & B (colonial house with breakfast included)
Breakfast and departure by vintage car that will be a Buick or Chevrolet '50s, air conditioning on board, comfortable and spacious seats, driver and guide accompanying your language. City tour of Havana starting from the waterfront (Malecòn) until the 5th avenue , stop at the park famous for its spectacular centennial Jaguey trees, stop at the village of Fusterlandia where every house is decorated by the Cuban ceramist Jose Fuster with multicolored mosaics .Stop by the Bosque of Havana, the green lung of the city. Walking tour of the old city, starting from the Plaza San Francisco, Plaza Vieja, Calle Mercaderes (the street of merchants) up to the Cathedral square. Plaza des Armas where you return to the car to get up to the Floridita bar for one of the best Daiquiri in the world! (optional). Return at the accommodation or free continuation in the city.
Breakfast and departure by vintage cars to the westernmost province of Cuba and where it grows the best tobacco in the world. In the lower part of the valley there are large tobacco plantations, mainly conducted through traditional agricultural techniques. Along the hills on the other hand there are numerous caves like the Cueva del Indio and Cueva de St. Tomas. This valley is a popular tourist destination for lovers of trekking and climbing. The rocky peaks that rise like islands from the bottom of the valley are called 'mogotes' from the local population. In 1999 the Viñales Valley was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to the many endemic species it harbors, both in terms of flora and fauna. Tour of the Valley, visiting the Mural of Prehistory. Return in the evening in Havana ACCOMMODATION IN BB
Departure for Guamà Located in the Zapata Peninsula in the province of Matanzas. Within the Zapata Peninsula there are more than 900 native species of plants, 175 species of uccelli.Alcuni of the most notable are local endemic species in Cuba. Zapata is also known to the Cuban endemic local crocodile (Crocodylus rhombifer). Within the peninsula there are numerous areas designated for environmental preservation. Optional visit to the reconstruction of a typical village at the origins of Cuba was inhabited by the indigenous Tainos, built on stilts that can be reached after a short navigation in the lagoon, or optional stop at the natural pools of CALETA BUENA for a refreshing swim. Continuation to CIENFUEGOS accommodation in our B & B WITH BREAKFAST INCLUDED
Breakfast and departure from Cienfuegos to Trinidad with a panoramic tour of Cienfuegos and arrival in Trinidad for the tour of the city that for its condition faithfully recreates the atmosphere of the colonial era. One of the most beautiful colonial cities of Cuba that was declared in 1988 by UNESCO World Heritage Site. Trinidad was founded by Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar in 1514 under the name of Villa De la Sanrsima Trinidad. It is one of the best preserved cities in the Caribbean, from the time when sugar was the main trade in these places. It is the remains of the colonial period and the slave, in which flourished Trinidad, constitute the main attraction of visitors .Suggested visit to the church of Santssima Trinidad, optional stop at Canchánchara bar where you can enjoy a typical drink whose recipe comes from the customs of Spanish settlers who used the typical local ingredient, lime juice, cane sugar and rum. Bed and Breakfast accommodation with breakfast included.
After breakfast depart for the Valle de Los Ingenios (valley of the mills), a silent sentinel of the past, characterized by the boom of the sugar mills in Trinidad, where the slavery phenomenon linked to Spanish colonization is present everywhere in its culture and traditions. The ruins of Manacas plantations, sugar mills and old colonial estates are witnesses of this past. The Manaca Iznaga tower was built in 1816, it is characterized by eclectic architecture. The aim of its construction was to watch from slave labor on plantations. Three bells in the tower, each with a different sound, signal the beginning and end of work, the rest days, the escape of a slave, when the bells were ringing together signaled an attack by pirates. Departure to visit the village of Casilda located at Ancon beach.Return to Trinidad for the night.