Bringing cigars and rum back from Cuba - what you need to know

Posted by Jeremy John on 27-04-2020 07:28:40

Want to bring cigars and rum back from Cuba? You’re not alone. Visitors to Cuba have been doing it for centuries, and it is still a great way to return home with high quality products at reasonable prices. Rum and cigars make great presents for friends and family, or can be enjoyed all by yourself whenever you want to reminisce about that special holiday you had in Cuba. Here’s what you need to know.

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3 gourmet Cuban products to bring home (besides cigars and rum)

Posted by Jeremy John on 03-03-2020 02:39:36

Whilst Cuban cigars and rum are known globally for their high quality, Cuba also produces other specialities that are well worth taking back in your luggage. Here’s the lowdown on three exquisite Cuban products: coffee, honey and chocolate. 

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Viñales - Foodie Heaven for both Vegans AND Meat Lovers!

Posted by Jeremy John on 24-02-2020 02:31:40

When it comes to eating great food in Cuba, Viñales has to be a contender for being the country’s most delicious location. Viñales has whole streets of good restaurants and cafes competing to get your service. Also, it is full of different vegan and non-vegan culinary options. Here are some of them to give you a taste. 

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5 useful items to pack for your trip to Cuba

Posted by Jeremy John on 19-02-2020 02:38:38

After having booked their trip to Cuba, the main thing that many people start getting prepared for is to have a good time. It is also wise, though, to prepare what you need to pack in your luggage. First and foremost, you should never forget to get hold of and take with you a ‘tourist card’ (Cuban visa) as it is mandatory to enter Cuba. Then comes the decision as to what to pack in your suitcase. Hear are five items that are highly recommended.

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How to plan the perfect Cuba holiday – the ultimate step-by-step guide

Posted by Susana Corona on 27-08-2019 12:17:53

Planning the perfect Cuba holiday doesn’t need to imply spending an extraordinary amount of time or effort organising your trip, nor suppose any special ordeal or hassle. Not if you follow our simple step-by-step guide on how to plan the perfect holiday to Cuba in 10 steps (or less).

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Why a group tour at all? Why a Cuba tour can add depth, meaning and colour to your holiday

Posted by Susana Corona on 13-08-2019 01:53:25

Why should you consider going on a group tour at all? Is it really worth it? Will it really enhance your travel experience in ways independent travel can’t? We answer these and many more questions regarding group tours in Cuba (or anywhere in the world) in this blog piece. Click on to read more!

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City and Beach Holidays Without Leaving Havana

Posted by Carlotta Elena on 05-07-2019 04:45:00

Beach getaway or city getaway… Beach getaway or city getaway… Beach getaway or city getaway… Ah! What if you could have both without having to sacrifice travel time or spend money on transfers? What if you could have amazing city fun AND incredible beach time without leaving Havana? Sounds interesting? Well keep reading!

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Tags: havana, city and beach, things to do in havana

Cuba & Costa Rica: The Perfect Combination of Culture and Nature

Posted by Maria Victoria O'Hana on 01-07-2019 06:11:45

If you’re thinking of finally taking the plunge and booking that once-in-a-lifetime trip to Cuba, then you may want to consider penciling Costa Rica into your plans. In recent years, twin-country holidays have been trending amongst globetrotters, as travelers seek to get the most out of the time and money they’ve invested in journeying halfway across the world. Those looking to be seduced by the rich colours and history of revolutionary Cuba will find that Costa Rica’s verdant jungles and volcanic hot springs can offer the perfect contrast, throwing the Caribbean’s largest island into new and exciting contexts. A bio-diverse Central American treasure and a communist Caribbean time-capsule, Costa Rica and Cuba complement each other through their cultural and geographical diversity. And they’re conveniently close too – lying just across the stretch of the glittering Caribbean Sea, Costa Rica is only 2h20 mins away from Cuba’s vibrant capital!

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Unmissable Drinks & Dishes in Cuba

Posted by Diana Rita Cabrera on 28-06-2019 04:01:13

Cuban-style roast pork, congri, yucca with mojo and a refreshing mojito: there's no better way to explore Cuba’s multi-cultural heritage than through its syncretic gastronomy. Tantalise your taste buds and prepare yourself for a journey full of flavour – here’s the lowdown on what dishes and drinks to try on your next trip to this beautiful island, along with some bits of history and advice on wining and dining in Cuba.

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Cuba : The Vegan Way

Posted by Carlotta Elena on 18-07-2018 04:26:34

Let’s face it, travelling anywhere as a vegan can be stressful. Even in a country where you speak the language it can be hard to gauge what’s vegan and what’s hiding a sprinkling of cheese, spoonful of honey or some egg bind. Besides, without your trusty stores of hummus and baked beans… won’t you topple over and die of protein deficiency? Well, never fear, we’ve got you covered. If you’ve always dreamed of going to Cuba but have worried about what on earth you’ll eat – then this blog post is the one for you.

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