Little Known Cuba

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The hidden Cuba, gems that lies under the surface and most tourists don't get a glimpse of.

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  • 18 Jun 2017
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  • Susana Corona
Connecting two islands

Cuba’s protected landscapes and the challenges for sustainable tourism

After a recent gathering of experts in Santiago de Cuba took place to discuss the future of Cuba’s cultural landscapes and cityscapes, their protection and strategies for sustainable tourism; many questions remain as to the future of Cuba’s protected natural riches in the face of a projected increase of foreign tourists. On this post, we look at a few of Cuba’s natural landscapes, all which have recently been drawing the attention of more and more visitors due to their pristine state and beauty.
  • 19 May 2017
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  • Susana Corona
Connecting two Islands

8 inventions that came to Cuba first (and then the world)

Cuba has been the breaking ground of many historical world firsts, and though many today would not expect it of a developing country currently facing economic and political challenges, many of the inventions that we take for granted today, happened in Cuba first. On this blog, we look at those game-changing inventions and innovations that debuted in Cuba before many other countries followed suit.
  • 09 May 2017
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  • Ely Milan
What tourist guides don't include

Nine places to get a full flavour of Havana's starry nights

Amongst Havana's many riches, the Bohemian spirit of its nights is one that exceptionally stands out and seduces travellers. Intense, fast-paced and with a multitude of places to enjoy and discover, or live out adventures that typically end with the sun's first sun rays perhaps the most intriguing Havana is the one that awakes at midnight and dwells in the early morning hours. The after-party Havana, the one that equates to hangovers the following morning (a small price to pay if you ask me).
  • 25 Apr 2017
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  • Ely Milan
What tourist guides don't include

Havana in one day: what not to miss

If you only had one day to tour Havana, it´d be unforgivable to leave out its colourful historic centre, a definite must-see where past and present, trends and traditions all blend into a vibrant collage of sorts. Yet, in Havana, virtually everywhere you turn to, there’s a postcard-perfect corner, so there are a few other areas you mustn´t miss out on seeing either. This post will give you guidance and handy tips to discover the spirit of the Cuban capital, in just one day.
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