Cuba

Cuba

Cuba is the ultimate destination for people who love to do things a little bit differently. The country, rich with history, art and culture, offers the pulsating nightlife of Havana combined with the quietude and beauty of the countryside.

Havanna
Most tourists initially arrive in Havana, and you will definitely want to spend at least a couple of days in the city itself. With plenty of hotels, excellent restaraunts, clubs and activities, there is always plenty to do in Havana. Be sure to check out Old Havana, where the buildings have been pristinely preserved so that when you enter this part of the city, you step back a couple of centuries. Peacocks are even common along the open terraces of the city; you will want to have your camera o­n-hand in picturesque Old Havana.
Outside of the city, the nation offers fabulous beaches and world-class resorts destinations. Head to Playa Coral if you enjoy scuba diving or snrokeling. The beach's beautiful coral reef is home to countless tropical fish, and there are also popular sites for wreck diving and wall diving as well.

Valle de Viales
Cayo Coco
If you head to the countryside, stop at the Partagas Cigar Factory where you can how cigars are actually made. Cuban cigars are hand-rolled, and it takes each worker nine months to learn how to roll them. Vinales Valley is a popular destination deep in Kuba's countryside. You can go horseback riding through the valley, or visit o­ne of several caves or natural pools. From Vinales Valley, it is a short trip to Cayo Jutias, a pristine and peaceful deserted beach.

Cuba has every attraction under the sun that a tourist could dream of, and you could spend months exploring the island and still find more and more to do!