Guided Walking and Sightseeing
Jan 29 - Feb 08, 2018
In 1492 Christopher Columbus described the island of Cuba as ‘the most lovely
that eyes have ever seen’.
Now, more then five hundred years later, the island is
equally enchanting. Our
exploration starts in Havana with its architectural treasures, gracious promenades,
hip-swaying music, friendly people, vintage cars and revolutionary
culture. We continue to the National Parks of Western Cuba. Here, Cuba’s emphasis
on conservation has preserved timeless
rural beauty. A network of walking trails wanders amid
tropical forest that is home to wild orchids and exotic birds - a nature lover’s
Next we transfer by private bus to a beach-front hotel near the colonial
town of Trinidad. With this as a base, our walks are amid old coffee
plantations and in the
remote Sierra del Escambray.
Our private bus takes us to the start of the walks and brings us back to our hotel at the end of the walk. There is time for a little afternoon leisure. The walks are easy on trails with little elevation and are a chance to see the flora and fauna of a Caribbean island.
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