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    Trekking in Cuba

    Another excellent trekking holiday from Exodus. This trip offers the chance to see a lot of Cuba travelling from one side of the island to the other side and the opportunity to enjoy trekking as well.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Too many to pick just one - getting to the top of Pico Torquino, swimming in the Caribbean Sea and under the waterfall, drinking pina colada cocktails, salsa lesson, staying in the Casas, seeing Cuba which is like being transported back in time, the classic cars and of course the trekking. Trinidad and Havana being the highlights of my trip.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Tony was professional and an excellent group leader. He filled some long bus journeys telling us lots of information about Cuba its history, politics, culture and geography. How Tony remembers all the facts, figures and dates I don't know but he was a source of information. Very patient with all our questions! Good sense of humour.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The trip is correctly classed as 3 moderate however the Pico Torquino walk is more than a grade 3 but the walk is optional. If you use poles take them. The itinerary is well constructed and this is the first trekking holiday I have been on where I've had the opportunity to relax and spend time in places we stopped rather than a quick turnaround. Read the trip notes.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    In Trinidad I had read the reviews about getting a taxi to Playa Ancon beach which I did with some of the group. It was lovely to spend a morning at the beach and then pass the afternoon in Trinidad. The taxi was 20CUC return and the same taxi will drop you off and collect you at the time you want to return. Another must is the classic car ride in Havana which you can expect to pay 30-40CUC for (per car) for one hour tour - a must. Pina Colada's in the casa in Trinidad the best!

  • 10

    Trekking Highlights of Cuba

    Varied, action-packed trip, including spectacular scenery, different places to stay, and variety of experiences music, cocktails as well as mountains and wildlife

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Trek up Pico Turquino most memorable Havana very interesting Staying in casas relaxing

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Excellent. Patient, humorous and well-informed.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Some people found the Turquino trek tougher than expected. Lot of sitting in buses.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Long bus journeys inevitable in order to cover as much of the island as we did, but if there was a way of reducing that the holiday would have been even better.

  • 10

    Trekking Highlights of Cuba

    A fantastic Cuban adventure with a great group of people. We laughed, walked, danced and drank cocktails from West to East and back. Well constructed itinerary, plenty of diversity and still time for relaxation. I felt that the grading was right, all the relevant information is in the Trip Notes re. walking conditions and fitness.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Too many to choose one - stays at the Casa's in Vinales and Trinidad. The tour and meal at the Organic Farm. Swimming under the Waterfall, the beautiful town of Trinidad. The walking, of course. Salsa lessons. Last but not least beautiful vibrant Havana.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Tony was professional and very patient with our group which covered a wide age range. His talks about Cuban history, politics and geography were great, the right length and content which passed the time on the longer travel days.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    If you are willing to be patient and flexible (things don't always run to plan) you will have a brilliant time. Read the Trip Notes carefully before you go. Do change enough money at Havana airport for several days if you can, saves worrying about it in more remote areas.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Thanks Exodus for another brilliant trip.

  • 10

    Trekking holiday in Cuba

    A very interesting, educational and busy trip.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Having the opportunity to climb 3 peaks of Pico Joaquin, Regino &amp; Turquino

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Excellent. Laz was enthusiastic, more than capable of dealing with our group, and provided considerable information with regard to his country and its history for which I was very grateful.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Nothing comes to mind over and above that contained within the trip notes. I found a copy of The Rough Guide to Cuba very useful.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    Trekking Highlights of Cuba

    I loved every minute of this trip. We walked through some of the most beautiful countryside, visited many of the main cities, met interesting people and had many new experiences.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Reaching the top of highest mountain Torquino after a 4.5hr walk in to the base which was described as 'undulating' but was gruelling and 3hr struggle up to the top. It was also amazing to be at Castro's camp in the mountains. I loved being driven in a 1949 Chevvy with what the driver described as an original engine.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Freddy was our leader. He was exceptionally good. He was patient, helpful, funny and insightful. He told wonderful stories to bring history to life and made a complex situation appear easier to understand.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Yes a couple pieces of advice. Don't go on this trip unless you are fit. It is more than a moderate walk especially 3 of the longer walks at the end. Secondly, don't take any sculptures or pieces of wooden art through security. I bought a vase from a gallery in Havana. I met the artist himself and I loved the piece. Because it was pottery and I didn't want to break it, I decided to carry it through in my rucksack. It was wrapped up. At security it was confiscated because the guard said it could be used as a weapon. After trying to discuss this and pointing out that people were buying bottles in duty free which were more dangerous. He agreed that if a KLM representative agreed I could take it on board, I could have it. I found an air stewardess who supported me but he decided to renege and refused to let me have it. Other people got their sculptures taken away too. I saw people being allowed to take 250ml of suncream through and bottles of water both on the official banned list but I didn't get my vase. This is a SCAM and left me feeling upset. It hasn't spoiled my memory of a beautiful country but if people are warned in advance about this they can avoid losing something they have bought. Put it in your suitcase.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I know everyone says the food in Cuba is bad but I we arrived 4 days before the group and we had some beautiful and wonderful food. However, when we joined the group the food was mainly poor and repetitive. It was possible to get great food in some of the group venues. but there were too many which gave us which can only be described as canteen food. This needs to be looked into. Secondly, I would not go into Vinales. This would ave 2 days which could be spent in the South. I would have loved to have gone to Santiago instead or have an extra day in Santiago.

  • 10

    Trekking Highlights of Cuba

    I chose this trip to see as much of the island as possible and to walk in its various lanscapes, even if this did mean some long bus journeys. The trip lived up entirely to my expectations and it was great too to see the colonial architecture, faded though it often was, and to visit some of the historical sites (the visit to the armoured train museum in Santa Clara had been deleted from the current trip notes [though it is mentioned], but we persuaded our guide to take us there anyway). It was good to be able to immerse oneself in the history of the country and to interact with the locals.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Seven of our group of 16 reached the summit of Pico Torquino, but though I was glad to make it there was no view from the top so this wasn't an inspirational moment. I think for me the most inspirational moment was being at the Capitol building (almost fully restored) and watching the American 1950's classic cars whizz by; for me it summed up the essence of present day Cuba and what I had come to see.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader normally guided the bicycle tours so wasn't used to the trekking trip. He was friendly enough and explained clearly the history of the country and its current political machinations. At other times, however, he could not always give adequate advice. For the ascent of Pico Torquino, for example, we were told we would each get two small bottles of water, but the guide could not say if this would be adequate for the ascent and descent. There was a tourist train from Trinidad, which I would have gone on had I known about it, but the guide failed to mention it as it does not always run (due to mechanical issues); it was running on our free day there.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    In Trinidad, in addition to the optional tours in the trip notes, you may well also be offered a guided tour of the town; those who went on it enjoyed it. In addition there is a tourist train (the station is just a few minutes from the home stays) at 09.30 to Sugar Mills Valley (10 CUC); it gets you back at 2.50 p.m. which is still enough time to see Trinidad town.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    The guide felt Cuba wouldn't change with the mooted lifting of sanctions by the USA. I'm not so sure, I'd go sooner rather than later.

  • 10

    Wonderful holiday

    Great trip and an amazing country! It is sunny, friendly, vibrant with bright colours, music and art, delicious papayas and mangos, pina coladas served in a pint glass, streets full of Rickshaw taxis and palms tree adding to the tropical holiday feel.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Watching the Vegas Grande waterfalls; dancing salsa in Trinidad in the House of Music; birds watching in Sierra Maestra, swimming in the Ocean

    What did you think of your group leader?

    He had a good sense of humour and relaxed approach, typically Cuban. Always trying to accomodate the group needs.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Bring two walking poles for this trip, as the trek is tough and the mountains are very steep. Be prepared for unexpected, as Cuba is full of surprises. Taking few salsa lessons before travelling may be a good idea and this will definietely add to your experience - practising your dancing moves in Cuba feels amazing!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Go there as soon as you can to experience the country before globalization. If you ever thought about Time Travel, it is a place to go to.

  • 8

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    The trip was all that it promised to be, visiting all the places we had read about and finally all 16 in the group managing the 2 day ascent of Turquino. It was a good group and we all got on well togerher. Our biggest thanks must go to group leader Tony and bus driver Luis. They could not do enough for us and took good care of everyone.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    There was a good group feeling after we all had managed Turquino, the highlight and highest point of our trip

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Tony was brilliant, always there for us and ready to help if we had any problem. It was his third ascent of Turquino this year, but he remained positive and enthusiastic. He had a good rapport with locals and it was great to meet tobacco growers, shepherds and the like in the hills, and to discover (with Tony's help) how they lived. Tony was a proud Cuban, but I never felt that our trip was politicised in any way.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    If you are able, try to obtain a basic knowledge of Spanish. The people in Cuba are very friendly and love it if you can communicate with them. This is especially true when you stay in one of the casas particulares (Trinidad) , where you will find the owners love to talk to you.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I have only one suggestion. The journey from Trinidad to the Sierra Maestra ended in darkness. It was very difficult for our driver Luis, because so many of the road users, including horse carts and cyclists do not have lights! It was nail biting at times and Luis said it was the most stressful journey he had undertaken. In Cuba, it starts to get dark at 6 and is competely dark by 6.30, at that time of year. If we had left Trinidad at 7.30 instead of 8.30, this problem could have been avoided

  • 10

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    A very interesting trip with  7   days of  walking although only  2  were tough and visiting the historic towns of Cuba, We saw an amazing amount in the  2 weeks, A great value holiday without any hassle. 

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Getting to the top of Pico Turquino was  a great feeling as  we had started at 5.10am in the dark and  got to the top at 8am.  The  cocktails  were wonderful, not that alcoholic or perhaps we just got used to them, mojitos and pina colada.  Havana was fantastic  exploring the old town and Central Havana. Visiting Santa Clara, Che's mausoleum and the Sierra Maestra commando camp were interesting and made  one  want to know more about Che as a person. 

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our leader Freddy,  was particularly fantastic we all thought he was amazing  organizing meals for  us  when we had free time, taking us to clubs for music and  salsa, an excellent  spotter and identifier of birds and above  all so patient. 

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Must  take wet wipes for  time at bunk houses and when water systems fail. Be prepared for  food that is not great, except on a few meals  which were the highlight, lobster in Trinidad,  A head torch essential if using poles for the climb of Pico turquino.  

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    We all loved staying in the old style hotels although there was not always availability, so had to prepared for  hotels  although clean not that great atmospherically. Soviet  style utalitarian, It  would be good if Exodus had a link up  with a school in  the east of Cuba which we could have visited. 

  • 10

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    This trip lived up to my expectations of being a challenging trek and providing lots of cultural experiences.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Initially, I thought I would not be able to manage the Pico de Tourquino hike but the first few days walking helped me gain confidence in my ability. On the day, we set off from the mountain hut at 5am with torches to begin our ascent. It was tough but our guide Jorge set a good pace and we were all able to keep up. Reaching the summit and having our group photo taken by the statue of Jose Marti made up for the sore muscles. It has to be said that going back down was almost as difficult.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader, Juan Carlos, was great. He had a keen sense of humour, was always cheerful, and managed to keep the group happy. He dealt with the various setbacks, ie hotel closures and changes to accommodation, so that the group understood the need for the 'changes to plan'. He organised entertainment for us wherever possible and introduced us to the Cuban way of life. Our guides in the three walking areas were also very good, especilly Jorge in the Sierra Maestra. He constantly cheered us on with talk of 'undulations' and helped us to reach the peak. He was very knowledgable on the plant and bird life in the national park. 

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    travellers should understand that there are times when things don't go to plan in Cuba. One needs to be adaptable and to be prepared for last minute changes. The accommodations were mostly of the highest quality, especially in Camaguey and Havanna. However, the mountain huts were very basic, thankfully only for 2 nights.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    As most goods such as clothing and toiletries are very expensive for Cubans, try to take some small items as gifts for hotel staff and guides.

  • 10

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    Amazing introduction to Cuba - its people, history, scenery, music and rum! Couldn't have been a better mixture of walking, eating, drinking, chatting, sightseeing - perfect!

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    My first swim in the Carib sea, finding lion fish under rocks and a stingray just a few feet offshore, and the accompanying perfect sunset!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Juan-Carlos is The Man - accept no other! Friendly, informed, flexible, patient, cheerful, encouraging - all you want from a guide.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The trekking is harder than it sounds - Pico Turquino is under 2000m but it's a hard, sweaty, sticky slog, mostly on slippy muddy steps - in many ways I found Kili in October an easier walk. Also you WILL be scammed - not huge amounts of money but it's relentless - be prepared, be cheerful, and remember we are FAR richer than virtually EVERYONE you'll see.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Just do it! Cuba is a unique place, but will change fast once the American embargo is lifted. It'll still be a wonderful destination (cars, climate, rum, music etc!) but now's the time to catch it.

  • 10

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    A fascinating trip which combined trekking and the culture of the real Cuba in a very effective way

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    There are several: climbing Pico Turquino; meeting Cuban people; the traditional music and the food in the private restaurants.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Tony was very friendly and informative. As a group we had many questions all of which he was able to answer and he gave us a good insight into the Cuban way of life. One small criticism was that on the walk up to  Pico Turquino he didn't seem to be ready to attend to one person who slipped over but fortunately didn't suffer any serious injury. He did inquire about her welfare that day and subsequent days however.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    You need to be reasonably fit for the trekking as mentioned in the trip notes especially for Pico Turquino. The ground is often uneven and the weather was very humid except in Havana. The first bunkhouse used for Pico Turquino is very basic-no hot water and make sure you take toilet paper! It can be confusing remembering what meals are to be provided each day so make sure you take the trip notes with you and have enough cash in advance where you are expected to pay for them. 

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    It would have been better if we had had a welcome meeting as a group on the first evening in Havana especially for the single people on the trip. It can be confusing remembering what meals are to be provided each day as there is a wide variation from day which keeps the initial cost of the holiday down but you need to ensure you have enough cash when in the remote areas.

  • 8

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    This was my second trip to Cuba and it didn't disappoint!  The varied scenery and landscapes, friendly people, rhythmic music, rich history / ancestry, decaying architecture / superb restoration projects, the seafood and rum cocktails, etc!

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    On my last trip we couldn't get to Fidel's Camandacia for operational reasons so it was satisfying and atmospheric to walk in that area this time.  The strenuous walk on the 2nd day of the Sierra Maestra trek was a challenging achievement and maybe inspired me never to do that again! Our inspirational group leader Freddy who went the 'extra mile' as a true host in his country.  Otherwise Cuba as a still emerging community is inspirational and beautiful with so much to offer as a holiday destination for all 'tastes'.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Freddy was the best group leader I have experienced (and I've been on over 16 trips).  He was knowledgable, enthusiastic, considerate, dealt professionally and calmly with many last minute changes to hotels, etc and had a fantastic sense of humour!

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The 3-day trek in the Sierra Maestras was strenuous due to the humidity and the steep and slippery walking conditions.  I carried a 2L hydration system for frequent and easy sips of water on the move, plus spare bottles of water to top up when we had short breaks.  If you can use 2 poles then they would help to take the strain from your knees and avoid slips / trips.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    If you're a good walker then go for it!

  • 10

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    An amazing holiday in an amazing country with amazing fellow travelers!This was truely an "experience "holiday that has left me wanting more!

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Havana! We loved the restoration work that is going on with the attention to detail We enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and Latin music that echoed around the squares and streets.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Excellent in every way! wonderful sense of humour.Nothing was too much trouble. He loved Cuba and wanted us to know all the history and difficulties the Cuban people had experienced. Freddy seemed to know everybody in Cuba, from motorway service stations to mountain tops! We appreciated the family restaurants we visited with excellent food, service and atmosphere. We liked the coffee stops along the trecks at farms and local houses.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Go for it and enjoy!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

     This was a very memorable holiday from so many different perspectives. It was so diverse with camping and bunk house accommodation in rural areas to lovely colonial style hotels in the cities.The history of the country is so interesting and the people so unassuming. All our local guides were excellent with so much knowledge.Definately one of our best ever holidays.

  • 8

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    Overall a good varied holiday that allows you to see a large part of the island. Both city and more rural life are sampled. We thoroughly enjoyed our 2 weeks with a great group of fellow travellers.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Swimming in waterfalls during the walks. Taking a taxi ride in a 1956 dodge convertible in Havana . Cubra Libras !! The walk to Fidels old headquarters an enjoyable and educational walk.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Freddy was an excellent leader,very well organised and a great guy to get on with. He is very knowledgable about Cuba and its flora and fauna. His knowledge of the countries history was told with real passion, but at just the right level of detail. Freddy also has a good sense of humour. Also worthy of mention was our excellent driver Thomas, who always had a smile even when we returned to his newly cleaned bus in muddy boots!

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The walk to torquino peak is very demanding, on the day you go to the summit you are walking for about 10 hours. All of this is either up or down, flat does not exist! All of it is over muddy steps and some rocks. That said all of our group completed the hike and were pleased to have done it. Bring some dry bags as the porters just use sacks to carry your sleeping bag etc, a wet sleeping bag would not be great. The 1st bunkhouse is very basic, no running water (so bring wet wipes) and very basic toilet facilities, but the food was quite reasonable for the location, and beer is delivered by mule ! The local people appreciate donations of toiletries, so bring some spare if you can. Generally the hotels used are of a good standard.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Go to Cuba now, there is a lot of talk of the American embargo being lifted, this will almost certainly result in an influx of McDonald's and Starbucks etc which will spoil the current charm of Cuba. Cuba is still relatively cheap, beer is around 2 pesos, about £1.30 or so. A good evening meal about 15 to 20 pesos.

  • 8

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    Cuba is a fascinating country, the landscapes are beautiful & the towns & cities are fabulous.  This is a packed trip which makes the most of two weeks in a country where there is loads to see.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Difficult to pick out one place above another, but for me Trinidad was a highlight -a beautiful town, the Pico Turquino trek (tough but worth it!) & Havana.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Ennio was very patient, knowledgeable and had a good sense of humour!

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Take a waterproof bag for the trek to Pico Turquino, as the porters will carry sleeping bags & overnight clothes to the bunkhouse; also, take some wipes to the bunkhouses, as the first one doesn't have any running water. It's difficult to buy any snack food in Cuba, so I'd recommend taking something along - particularly for the trekking days.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I personally found some of the trekking difficult - particularly the Pico Turquino trail, which I found very steep and tough.  However, most of the group were fine with it, but they were mostly more experienced walkers than myself, so I'd recommend doing some walking (up very steep hills!) beforehand.

  • 8

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    Cuba is full of contradictions & unanswered questions. Don't go if you want a 'carribbean holiday', do go if you enjoy a good walk and are curious about life under Castro & the laws of unintended consequences. 

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Visiting Fidal Castro's hideout in the Sierra maestra, eating a whole lobster in a private restaurent, swimming in the pool at the bottom of a waterfall and seeing all the bats fly out of the cave at sunset.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Ennio was very thoughtful and able to answer all our questions.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Try to eat at the privately owned restaurents, the state owned are very montonous as it seems that the same supplies are sent to all the hotels. Good walking boots, a head  torch and a damp flannel or wet wipes are essential for the bunk house stays. There was NO water available at Aguada de Joaquin apart from that which is provided for drinking. Pack all your stuff into waterproof bags / bin bags for the pico turquino trip, it is very humid & everything gets damp even if it doesn't rain. Take an additional small, light waterproof bag big enough for both your fleece & sleeping bag which will be carried by the porters. My sleeping bag was wet with sweat from one of the porters, not very special!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    The Pico Turquino day is tough. We had ideal conditions & it still took longer than stated. we started in the morning at 6.50, lunch at 12.15 - 13.15 , arriving at la Platica from 15.25 - 16.45. A total of 9 hours hard slog. 3 of the group decided to go straight to la platica & one did not make it to the top of Pico Turquino. When descending from Pico Turquino,  take the second sign to la platica, it is after the car park as the first path is extremely slippery, even when dry & many of the steps are missing. Take plenty of energy bars, dried fruit, nuts from the UK. Children appreciate biros and sweets. The guides have equipment mainly donated by travellers & will appreciate anything which you can spare. Take old clothes and shoes if you have room in your case, they will be much appreciated as the state does not provide clothes & they are very expensive for the Cubans to buy. You need to be fit for this holiday, it is probably not suitable for anyone who does not take some form of regular exercise. The itinery is a good balance of walking & sightseeing. We drove 2,600k but because it was well paced with interesting stops it never felt like we were in the coach for too long.  

  • 10

    CAMINO DE CUBA

     Cuba, a dream come true, it's history, it's flowers, it's health service, it's people and more. We got it all on our trip. It was extremely busy but worth it!

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    I made it to the top of Cubas highest mountain and got my picture taken with Hose Marti to prove it!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Alesandro was amazing. He dealt with broken legs, bus break-ins, double bookings to national parks and more. Despite all, he managed to convey an aura of not a care in the world and was also pretty hot with the Salsa.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Take Salsa dance lessons before you go.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 8

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    Cuba's a wonderful country, the people are thoughtful and interested, interesting and funny. I had a great time. Our local Cuban guide, Tony, was great and gave us a wonderful understanding of what it is to be Cuban. The Sierra de Escambray walking was lovely and swimming in the waterfall pools wonderful. I had been sick before this trip so was not at my best but the guide and leader helped me make all the walks.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Salsa lessons were very inspirational - a chubby woman in lycra, with great self-esteem, tried to teach some basically unmisical people how to dance the Salsa. It was hilarious. It helped a bit with the dancing as well.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our Cuban leader, Tony was charming and helpful and extraordinarily knowledgeable. He really loves his country and tried to help us love it too.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Don't bring everything on the Exodus packing list or your bag will be too full.  Learn some Spanish before you go, a little bit goes a long way.  Relax and enjoy.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    CAMINO DE CUBA

    Excellent tour around Cuba, time for walking, salsa and plenty of cocktails.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Reaching the summit of Pico Turquino, salsa on the steps in Trinidad.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Excellent, professional, and good fun.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Err on the warm side with sleeping bag, 2/3 season definitely. (mattresses are very comfortable in refuges and camping, so no need to worry about that)

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I would highly recommend this trip (and Cuba in general).

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