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Go To Cuba

Time capsules shouldn’t have expiration dates but with changes in the Cuban government you may have a limited time to truly discover it.

Photo by Alexander Kunze

Why to go to Cuba

There are surely only a few countries in the world with as much character.

Dilapidated but beautiful.
Harsh but welcoming.
Latino but Caribbean.
Fun but frustrating.
Financially poor but culturally rich.
Surrounded by politics.
Constantly thought provoking.
Nobody can tell you enough about this country, it has to be experienced.

Where To Stay in Cuba

Our Pick

Cuban Rhythms: Fun & Sun

Mistaking Cuba for a nothing more than a pretty insta-worthy beach resort is utter madness. The island is awash with a soulful energy. Saunter through culture-soaked streets of Trinidad and Old Havana for your fill of rum and dancing (a perfect duo). Hit the beach and explore the outdoors, then connect with the locals in homestays and make friends for life as you hit the sites with other young people like yourself. Boring? Impossible!

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Things To Do in Cuba


Keep tissues in your bag as not all public restrooms have it handy.

Between Dec-May is the best time to visit if you primary concern is the best possible weather. However Cuba is pleasant and warm year round, just avoid peak rainy season.

Cubans dress for the sun, so bring some light colours with you. White paints and a pink shirt might be a bit much back home, but you'll blend right in here.


Cuba Essentials


  • Skyscanner can get you to Havana, the recommended international airport for Cuba. They compare most major flights.
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  • Be covered when travelling off track. They offer simple and flexible travel insurance, designed by travellers for travellers.
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  • For you to find the best accommodation around your trip Cuba. They are our go to for accommodation of all budgets.
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