The good and bad news about food in Cuba: avoid luxury restaurants, eat at the casa instead! Here's how to fulfil that growling stomach.
From Las Terrazas to Pan de Guajaibon, here are Western Cuba’s best outdoor adventures and hidden beaches for you to explore.
Find out where to go trekking, climbing, zip-lining, and horse-riding through this UNESCO World Heritage-listed hidden gem.
These Cuban Spanish phrases will help you make your way around, and get what you asked for – with no hidden surprises.
Don’t miss Cuba’s best-preserved colonial town, Trinidad. From pastel-colored houses to a car-free historic core our local insider shows you what to see and do here.
From Jardines de la Reina in the south, to Cayo Coco on the northern coast, here are six of the best scuba diving spots in Cuba.
Goats on the Road share why Cuba is bursting onto the scene as a new wave-riding destination.
A formal capital of Cuba, Santiago de Cuba is home to historic sites like San Juan hill and Fidel Castro’s tomb. Our insider shares her top tips on what to see and do.
First time in Santiago de Cuba? Claire Boobbyer shares her tips on how to navigate the city and find the best local experiences, places to stay and eat.
Strike out on a day trip from Santiago de Cuba to the best nature hot spots, coffee plantations, ruins, cultural sites, and beaches.
Known for its revolutionary spirit, a famous university, and many historical monuments, here's what to see and do while you're in Santa Clara.