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Internationale groepsreis Cycling Cuba

The best of Cuba on two wheels
15 dagen vanaf € 2.755,- (excl. vlucht)

Food

  • 14 breakfasts, 12 lunches and 4 dinners included allowing the option to try some local restaurants on the other evenings. We provide packed lunches during the day and 3 litres of bottled water pp on cycling days. There are also plenty of refreshment stops for water and fresh fruit. Cuba is not renowned for its culinary excellence and some ingredients are just not possible to get hold of (due in no small part to the long trade embargo implemented by the US). As such, flavours tend to be relatively simple, with most mealtimes consisting of meat or fish accompanied by rice and salad/vegetables. Seafood is widely available on the coast, including cheap and abundant lobster! Vegetarians will probably find they have the most limited choice. Snack food is not freely available in Cuba so you may wish to consider taking some with you - particularly energy snacks for cycling days. Paladares are likely to be a highlight of any visit to Cuba - they are one of the few types of private enterprise allowed (although still heavily regulated), where families can set up a restaurant in their own house selling authentic, Cuban food. The atmosphere this creates and opportunity to integrate with local Cubans will no doubt enhance your stay! We recommend that you allow CUC 30 pp per day for the lunches and evening meals on the days where food is not included. You may also spend money on bottled water, which will normally cost about CUC 1.50 per bottle if bought from the coach (less if you purchase from local shops).

Activities

  • Accom: hotel/lodge
  • Adult group
  • Culture & Discovery
  • Cycling
  • Cycling: road
  • Go local
  • Solo departures
  • Local Life
  • Guided Group
  • Food

    • 14 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 4 dinners included allowing the option to try some local restaurants on the other evenings. We provide packed lunches during the day and 3 litres of bottled water pp on cycling days. There are also plenty of refreshment stops for water and fresh fruit. Cuba is not renowned for its culinary excellence and some ingredients are just not possible to get hold of (due in no small part to the long trade embargo implemented by the US). As such, flavours tend to be relatively simple, with most mealtimes consisting of meat or fish accompanied by rice and salad/vegetables. Seafood is widely available on the coast, including cheap and abundant lobster! Vegetarians will probably find they have the most limited choice. Snack food is not freely available in Cuba so you may wish to consider taking some with you - particularly energy snacks for cycling days. Paladares are likely to be a highlight of any visit to Cuba - they are one of the few types of private enterprise allowed (although still heavily regulated), where families can set up a restaurant in their own house selling authentic, Cuban food. The atmosphere this creates and opportunity to integrate with local Cubans will no doubt enhance your stay! We recommend that you allow CUC 30 pp per day for the lunches and evening meals on the days where food is not included. You may also spend money on bottled water, which will normally cost about CUC 1.50 per bottle if bought from the coach (less if you purchase from local shops).
    • 14 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 4 dinners included allowing the option to try some local restaurants on the other evenings. We provide packed lunches during the day and 3 litres of bottled water pp on cycling days. There are also plenty of refreshment stops for water and fresh fruit. Cuba is not renowned for its culinary excellence and some ingredients are just not possible to get hold of (due in no small part to the long trade embargo implemented by the US). As such, flavours tend to be relatively simple, with most mealtimes consisting of meat or fish accompanied by rice and salad/vegetables. Seafood is widely available on the coast, including cheap and abundant lobster! Vegetarians will probably find they have the most limited choice. Snack food is not freely available in Cuba so you may wish to consider taking some with you - particularly energy snacks for cycling days. Paladares are likely to be a highlight of any visit to Cuba - they are one of the few types of private enterprise allowed (although still heavily regulated), where families can set up a restaurant in their own house selling authentic, Cuban food. The atmosphere this creates and opportunity to integrate with local Cubans will no doubt enhance your stay! We recommend that you allow CUC 30 pp per day for the lunches and evening meals on the days where food is not included. You may also spend money on bottled water, which will normally cost about CUC 1.50 per bottle if bought from the coach (less if you purchase from local shops).
    • 14 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 5 dinners included allowing the option to try some local restaurants on the other evenings. We provide packed lunches during the day and 3 litres of bottled water pp on cycling days. There are also plenty of refreshment stops for water and fresh fruit. Cuba is not renowned for its culinary excellence and some ingredients are just not possible to get hold of (due in no small part to the long trade embargo implemented by the US). As such, flavours tend to be relatively simple, with most mealtimes consisting of meat or fish accompanied by rice and salad/vegetables. Seafood is widely available on the coast, including cheap and abundant lobster! Vegetarians will probably find they have the most limited choice. Snack food is not freely available in Cuba so you may wish to consider taking some with you - particularly energy snacks for cycling days. Paladares are likely to be a highlight of any visit to Cuba - they are one of the few types of private enterprise allowed (although still heavily regulated), where families can set up a restaurant in their own house selling authentic, Cuban food. The atmosphere this creates and opportunity to integrate with local Cubans will no doubt enhance your stay! We recommend that you allow CUC 30 pp per day for the lunches and evening meals on the days where food is not included. You may also spend money on bottled water, which will normally cost about CUC 1.50 per bottle if bought from the coach (less if you purchase from local shops).

    Activities

    • Small Adult Group
    • Food

      • 14 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 4 dinners included allowing the option to try some local restaurants on the other evenings. We provide packed lunches during the day and 3 litres of bottled water pp on cycling days. There are also plenty of refreshment stops for water and fresh fruit. Cuba is not renowned for its culinary excellence and some ingredients are just not possible to get hold of (due in no small part to the long trade embargo implemented by the US). As such, flavours tend to be relatively simple, with most mealtimes consisting of meat or fish accompanied by rice and salad/vegetables. Seafood is widely available on the coast, including cheap and abundant lobster! Vegetarians will probably find they have the most limited choice. Snack food is not freely available in Cuba so you may wish to consider taking some with you - particularly energy snacks for cycling days. Paladares are likely to be a highlight of any visit to Cuba - they are one of the few types of private enterprise allowed (although still heavily regulated), where families can set up a restaurant in their own house selling authentic, Cuban food. The atmosphere this creates and opportunity to integrate with local Cubans will no doubt enhance your stay! We recommend that you allow CUC 30 pp per day for the lunches and evening meals on the days where food is not included. You may also spend money on bottled water, which will normally cost about CUC 1.50 per bottle if bought from the coach (less if you purchase from local shops).
      • 14 breakfasts, 13 lunches and 5 dinners included, allowing the option to try some local restaurants on the other evenings. We provide packed lunches during the day and 3 litres of bottled water per person on cycling days. There are also plenty of refreshment stops for water and fresh fruit. Cuba is not renowned for its culinary excellence and some ingredients are just not possible to get hold of (due in no small part to the long trade embargo implemented by the US). As such, flavours tend to be relatively simple, with most mealtimes consisting of meat or fish accompanied by rice and salad/vegetables. Seafood is widely available on the coast, including cheap and abundant lobster! Vegetarians will probably find they have the most limited choice. Snack food is not freely available in Cuba so you may wish to consider taking some with you - particularly energy snacks for cycling days. Paladares are likely to be a highlight of any visit to Cuba - they are one of the few types of private enterprise allowed (although still heavily regulated), where families can set up a restaurant selling authentic, Cuban food. The atmosphere this creates and opportunity to integrate with local Cubans will no doubt enhance your stay! We recommend that you allow CUC 30 pp per day for the lunches and evening meals on the days where food is not included. You may also spend money on bottled water, which will normally cost about CUC 1.50 per bottle if bought from the coach (less if you purchase from local shops).

      Activities

      • Culture
      • Food

        • 14 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 5 dinners included allowing the option to try some local restaurants on the other evenings. We provide packed lunches during the day and 3 litres of bottled water pp on cycling days. There are also plenty of refreshment stops for water and fresh fruit. Cuba is not renowned for its culinary excellence and some ingredients are just not possible to get hold of (due in no small part to the long trade embargo implemented by the US). As such, flavours tend to be relatively simple, with most mealtimes consisting of meat or fish accompanied by rice and salad/vegetables. Seafood is widely available on the coast, including cheap and abundant lobster! Vegetarians will probably find they have the most limited choice. Snack food is not freely available in Cuba so you may wish to consider taking some with you - particularly energy snacks for cycling days. Paladares are likely to be a highlight of any visit to Cuba - they are one of the few types of private enterprise allowed (although still heavily regulated), where families can set up a restaurant selling authentic, Cuban food. The atmosphere this creates and opportunity to integrate with local Cubans will no doubt enhance your stay! We recommend that you allow CUC 30 pp per day for the lunches and evening meals on the days where food is not included. You may also spend money on bottled water, which will normally cost about CUC 1.50 per bottle if bought from the coach (less if you purchase from local shops).

        Activities

        • Road Cycling
        • Cultural Wonders
        • Natural Wonders
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        15 dagen vanaf € 2.755,-

Route 15 daagse fietsvakantie Cycling Cuba

Cuba’s music, beaches, old cars, striking architecture and revolutionary history combine to make the perfect cultural destination with a lively atmosphere. Our relaxed cycle route passes through stunning countryside with a patchwork of plantations, fields and jungle, allowing us to appreciate the traditional way of life that continues today. Out of the saddle we can experience Trinidad’s vibrant music scene, the crumbling colonial buildings of Havana and learn about the revolutionary history of Santiago. After a day of cycling you'll no doubt welcome Cuba's speciality - a refreshing mojito!

  1. Dag 1 - Start Havana.
  2. Dag 2 - Cycle through Havana; transfer to Remedios via Santa Clara.
  3. Dag 3 - Remedios to Playa Santa Lucia.
  4. Dag 4 - Partial coastal ride to Gibara.
  5. Dag 5 - Scenic ride to Santiago.
  6. Dag 6 - Morning city tour; visit El Cobre and drive to El Salton.
  7. Dag 7 - Ride through the Sierra Maestra to Bayamo
  8. Dag 8 - Cycle to Manzanillo; transfer to Camaguey.
  9. Dag 9 - Bike taxi tour of Camaguey; transfer to Banao and cycle to Trinidad.
  10. Dag 10 - Short walk; ride to 'El Cobre'; transfer to Santiago de Cuba.
  11. Dag 11 - Cycle the coastal road to Cienfuegos.
  12. Dag 12 - Ride to Caleta Buena; transfer to Playa Larga.
  13. Dag 13 - Cycle to organic farm for lunch: transfer to Matanzas.
  14. Dag 14 - To Havana via Playa Jibacoa.
  15. Dag 15 - Sightseeing in Havana; transfer to the airport.
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