Cuba moves to the beat of a different drum to the rest of us. Take Havana, with its streets lined with ageing cadillacs, brimming fruit stalls and brightly painted buildings. Take a stroll down the iconic Malecon before heading to El Floridita, the birthplace of the daiquiri for a glass or two of the famous cocktail, and dance the night away in one of the many salsa bars.
Venture out of the capital to discover a countryside teeming with tobacco fields, lush botanic gardens, vast stretches of white sand rolling into clear aquamarine waters, paradise offshore islands and charming colonial towns.
Coupled with a stormy past, it is the local’s non-materialistic and anything-goes approach to life that makes Cuba such a distinctive destination. Let us show you this unique island, with all its eccentric and unconventional quirks.