Discover Cuba

Cuba Is One Of A Kind

Cuba is more than the largest island in the Antilles. It is an intricate archipelago comprising the main island (two-thirds the size of Florida), Isla de la Juventud, and 4,195 keys (cayos) and islets. Their combined surface area is some 42,854 square miles. The country sits at the mouth of the Gulf of México, 87 miles from the Bahamas, 91 miles from Jamaica, 90 miles from Florida and 130 miles from Cancún.

The Republic of Cuba is divided into 15 provinces, 168 municipalities and the special municipality of Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth). From west to east, the provinces are Pinar del Río, Artemisa, Havana, Mayabeque, Matanzas, Cienfuegos, Villa Clara, Sancti Spíritus, Ciego de Ávila, Camagüey, Las Tunas, Holguín, Granma, Santiago de Cuba and Guantánamo.

Our uniquely designed people-to-people itineraries will help you learn about the history of Cuba by engaging in meaningful interactions with the local people of each province.

Major Cities In Cuba

La Havana

Cuba’s glorious capital city is one of the most culturally rich in the world.

Santiago de Cuba

Cuba’s second largest city is an eclectic assortment of influences.

Camagüey

Beautiful coastal scenery, abundant wildlife, and historic charm.

Cienfuegos

The beautiful and historic waterfront city called the “Pearl of the South.”

Large Cities In Cuba

Pinar del Rio

Home to tobacco plantations that produce the world’s finest cigars and so much more.

Santa Clara

Known for its revolutionary landmarks and resting place of Che Guevara and others.

Sancti Spíritus

Latin for Holy Spirit, this is one of the oldest Cuban European settlements.

Las Tunas

The “City of Sculptures” known for its quiet beaches and “cowboy” culture.

Major Attractions

Viñales

The valley’s tall, steep-sided limestone hills, known as mogotes, draw rock climbers.

Bay of Pigs

Shipwrecks, sunken military vehicles, and beautiful waters for diving and snorkeling.

Varadero Beach

Glistening turquoise waters, pure white sand, and all the water sports you can ask for.

Trinidad de Cuba

Large colonial palaces and plazas make the “Museum City of Cuba” a sight to see.

Explore Cuba Like Never Before