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During this 10-day tour you will see some of the most emblematic cities of Cuba. Starting the journey in Santiago de Cuba, you will visit El Yunque, a Baracoa symbol. This tour will lead you through beautiful waterfalls and landscapes in the most natural paradise, called Cuba.

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Havana | Santiago de Cuba | Baracoa | Tunas | Camagüey | S. Spíritus | TRINIDAD  | Topes de Collantes | Cienfuegos | Ciénaga Zapata | Havana

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9 nights of accommodation (ALL INCLUDED)


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  • Arrival at Havana airport.
  • Transfer to the hotel and check-in.
  • Informational meeting and free time.
  • Breakfast at the hotel and check out.
  • Domestic flight to Santiago de Cuba. Arrival and city tour around Céspedes Park and Enramada Street. Visit to the Diego Velázquez House Museum and walk by the Santiago Bay.
  • Lunch and continuation of the trip on our way to Baracoa, going through Guantánamo.
  • Cross of the Farola viaduct, where we can find gorgeous landscapes, stopping at Altos de Cotilla viewpoint to take great pictures.
  • Arrival at Baracoa city and check-in at the hotel.
  • Dinner and free time to get to know the city.
  • Tour through El Yunque, a mountain declared as a Natural Monument and a Baracoa symbol, rated as a hard difficulty level.
  • Picnic for lunch.
  • Departure to Pinares de Mayarí and check-in. Dinner and free time.
  • Hiking through Salto del Guayabo Waterfall. Going down and bypassing the hill, around 3/4 Kms, up to the base of the mountain where we can enjoy the great landscape around.
  • Then we will taste some tropical fruits, as coconuts, pineapples or mangos.
  • Later we continue the trail to Las Tunas and Camagüey.
  • Here we will enjoy a creole lunch at Campana de Toledo restaurant.
  • Tour through Sancti Spíritus city and check-in at the hotel. Dinner and free time.
  • Early breakfast before departing to Banao. This is an eco-zone 11Kms from Sancti Spíritus city and 50Kms from Trinidad, in the Guamuaya Mountains.
  • Arrival at Banao village and transfer to a truck, or a wagon, to the Jarico Visitors Centre, where we will get some information from local guides about the park.
  • Then we will take a mule for 4.5 kms, crossing the river, until we arrive at La Sabina Biological Station. We will walk the remaining kms.
  • Return and lunch at Jarico Biological station.
  • Walk from El Sirio bridge to Gallega farm for lunch.
  • Later we take the Centinelas trail of Melodioso River until arriving to Salto del Rocío Waterfall.
  • Free time for swimming in the lagoon.
  • Return to Gallega Farm, then to the hotel, by truck. Dinner and rest.
  • Hiking the Caburni trail, where we will enjoy a remarkable number of natural landscapes.
  • Arrival at Salto del Caburni Waterfall, declared as a natural monument.
  • Time for a few diving before leaving to Salto de Vegas Waterfall.
  • Lunch at Campesino house and continuing the trail to Mi Retiro Restaurant.
  • Return to the hotel. Dinner and rest.
  • Departure by bus, to Valle de los Ingenios.
  • Continue the trip to Cienfuegos for a panoramic tour and to visit the Botanical Garden.
  • Lunch at Fiesta Campesina, in Ciénaga de Zapata.
  • Arrival at Havana, where we will take a tour through Old Havana and visit the city Museum.
  • Farewell dinner at a local restaurant and attendance of the Cañonazo Ceremony. Arrival at the hotel to check-in and rest.
  • Breakfast at the hotel and check-out.
  • Depending on the flight schedule we will take a panoramic citytour through modern Havana, to see Plaza de la Revolución (Revolution Square) and other interesting places.
  • Arrival at the airport, for the check-out flights.

What you say about us


  • Bus with AC and luggage space
  • Bus driver
  • Specialized guide
  • Excursions, meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner)  and visits during all the    tour
  • Technical and mechanical assistance during the whole tour
  • Motorcycle insurance with limited value
  • Petrol and tolls during the whole course
  • Water (one bottle a day – 1,5l)
  • All transfers during the tour
  • Substitute motorcycle


  • International flights
  • Everything not listed as included
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • An open or closed helmet is mandatory.  It is recommended to every passenger as a matter of safety and hygiene that they bring their own. If you do not have the helmet you can rent one for 5€/day
  • Travel Insurance


Got a Question?


Yes, you need both. By contacting the nearest Cuban Embassy or Consulate in your country you get obtain a visa, except for citizens of the USA, whom will be issued a visa onboard their flights to Cuba.

Tropikvedeta can handle the visa for you, if you prefer.

No, there are no mandatory shots to visit Cuba. Cuba is not considered a risk country for zika, dengue, hepatitis B, malaria, typhoid and other tropical disease.

The only immunization you are required to have is for Yellow Fever. All the others are optional, so the best thing to do is to talk to your doctor or a travel medicine clinician about it.  

Absolutely. All passengers traveling with Get Lost Tourism are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of your trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.

Yes, we can purchase the flights for you.

Yes, just talk to us and we will arrange it for you. 

As a general rule, you should avoid tap water in Cuba and stick to drinking bottled water. This includes mixed drinks made with tap water and beverages containing ice made from tap water, so ask for your drinks without ice. 

Cuba enjoys a tropical climate, with year-round temperate weather. We distinguish between two seasons: the wet season (May-October) and the dry season (November-April). But our advice is to travel to Cuba when you can and worry less about the weather in Cuba. There are benefits of traveling to Cuba during any month or any season. Ultimately, you can’t go wrong.

Yes, as long as it’s not drawn on an American bank. Unfortunately, it’s part of the US embargo restrictions on Cuba. Americans have to carry cash.

Nowadays almost every hotel has Wi-fi, normally for free. It is also possible to purchase internet for your mobile phone, so you don´t need to worry about not staying connected.

Cell phone coverage is generally available in Cuba´s large cities and tourist towns. Rural and remote areas may have less network coverage. Remember to activate global roaming with your service provider before leaving home.

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