Cuba Vlog - First Impressions

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    I went on a People to People tour of Cuba as this is one of the 12 ways Americans are allowed to visit the country.

    I was invited by the tour operator Posh Adventures on a 9 days/ 8 nights trip called the Flavor of Cuba.

    Places Visited:
    Havana-Guided walking city tour of Old Havana
    Havana- Visit to Jaimanitas
    Las Terrazas – Visit to eco-village and UNESCO biosphere
    Viñales – Guided walking tour through UNESCO site, Viñales Valley
    Viñales – Visit to an organic farm
    Viñales – Visit to a tobacco farm
    Viñales – Cooking class with local chef
    Cienfuegos – Guided walking city tour
    Trinidad – Guided walking city cultural tour
    Trinidad- Visit to an Afro Cuban temple to Yemaya
    Trinidad – Salsa Dancing lessons
    Trinidad – Hike to waterfalls
    Manaca Iznaga – Visit to sugar mill
    Santa Clara – Visit to Che Guevara Mausoleum and Museum

    Discover the magic and charm of one of the most fascinating capitals in the world, Havana.

    Explore the scenic Viñales Valley, where the rich aroma of tobacco floats through the air.

    Stroll the beautiful Parisian-styled boulevard of Cienfuegos.

    Hear the beat of the music and feel the Salsa rhythm stir your soul along the cobblestoned streets of vibrant Trinidad.

    Even the sounds of Cuba’s iconic 1950’s cars will be music to your ears.

    Along the way, you’ll meet extremely friendly and knowledgeable tobacco farmers, expert chefs, local artists, historians and salsa dancers that understand where Cuba came from, where the country is now and where it’s going.

    This tour is ideal for those looking for a fun, educational and cultural experience in Cuba.

    We’re sure you won’t want to leave!
    * This tour is specially designed to meet US legal travel requirements.

    People-to-people travel, which exists as part of the educational activities category, allows any American to legally travel to Cuba, provided they engage in a full-time schedule of activities.

    Travel must be for the purpose of engaging, while in Cuba, in a full-time schedule of activities intended to enhance contact with the Cuban people, support civil society in Cuba, or promote the Cuban people’s independence from Cuban authorities.


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