founded by conquistador Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar on June 28, 1514, the city has endured the test of time surviving attacks by international powers, pirate looters and natural elements.
guests often refer to the Meliá Santiago de Cuba Hotel as the place where the blue waters of the Caribbean meet the deep green riches of the Sierra Maestra, a compelling combination.
It is impossible not to feel a strong affiliation to your faith when viewing this historic landmark, sentiments
On some tours, accommodations could be considered “roughing it,” but Yordi and Dave believe you will enjoy your People-to-People tour or Cuba travel experience more if you have comfortable rooms, good service, dependable dining and pleasant sociability.
Many tourists do not think of Caribbean countries or islands as mountainous but the Sierra Maestra and other linked ranges make Cuba truly dramatic
It was a local belief that if males drank water from a young woman’s earthen jar, they would fall under her romantic spell.
Considering the history of Cuba–US relations, some People–to-People tourists are unsure what to expect before visiting Cuba.
Yordi is pleased to offer for sale her original water color of her favorite park, Parque Céspedes in Santiago de Cuba.
If you are thinking about a People-to-People tour to Cuba, you are probably like me and wondering how you can experience all the culture, history, music, fauna and foliage in one trip. You can’t.
Timeless and unforgettable views of the crystal blue sea and bay below from high on the steep cliffs help make Castillo del Morro Santiago de Cuba’s leading tourist attraction