What to do in Cuba? Where to travel in Cuba? We got your back boo. We figured out the best of the best so you could just focus on the journey with your new crew of travel buds. This is the exact Cuba travel experience we would want if we were traveling to the country for the first time.

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Cuba 2017 itinerary day 1: eating cuban style family meal

SETTLE: Into your private casa particular ran by a local host

MEET: Your fellow travelers for the long weekend with a (lively!) surprise welcome activity

SAVOR: A family style Cuban meal in the hidden backroom of one of our favorite hole-in-the-wall paladares

Meals included: Dinner

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TRAVERSE: Havana in a classic convertible tour while exploring the city’s history

TAKE IN: The famous Havana sunset from a secret rooftop residence

ENJOY: High-minded dishes at the forefront of modern Cuban cuisine*

DANCE: At a cultural center known for its young DJs and mixed art installations

Meals included: Breakfast

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EXPLORE: Tobacco country at a family-owned farm via surprising form of transportation

INDULGE: In the flavors of Cuban malanga at a roadside outpost

Meal included: Breakfast + Lunch

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EXPLORE: Old Havana as we take you to some of our favorite unassuming spots for vintage shopping, art + design

LEARN: To dance Cubano salsa

TEST: Your dance moves alongside your teacher and some of the best dancers in Cuba

Meals included: Breakfast

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TRANSPORT: To Jose Marti International Airport

RETURN: Inspired and energized by Cubano culture and its vibrant people

Meal included: Breakfast


* A quick note on the meals marked with an asterisk. We will arrange all restaurant reservations to make sure you get a seat at some of the best culinary spots in town, but we have found in our experience that travelers receive better food and better service when it is not included in a pre-paid tour package. However, you will be able to order from the menu and eat what you want, free from pre-fix meal constraints.