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A Guide to Hiking El Nicho Waterfalls

March 21, 2017
Cuba El Nicho Waterfalls

Hidden within the lush mountains of  Cuba’s Topes de Collantes Nature Reserve Park, you’ll find the majestic waterfalls of El Nicho. After drooling over photos of this cascading waterfall, El Nicho became very high on my “to do” list in Cuba. These waterfalls are located in the province of Cienfuegos. What was once solely a popular hangout for local Cubans, has begun to gain attention worldwide. And it’s…

Cuba Travel Tips

The Ultimate Guide to Traveling Cuba as an American

March 13, 2017
Cienfuegos, Cuba

UPDATE: As of June 2017 changes have been made under the Trump Administration regarding travel to Cuba. Travel to Cuba for Americans will still be possible, however you will have to travel with an organization that holds a license to take groups to Cuba. There has been a large influx of Americans traveling to Cuba lately, including myself. For over half a century the borders of Cuba have been…


12 Things You Must Do in Havana, Cuba

March 9, 2017
Havana, Cuba

Havana could quite easily be described as the heartbeat of Cuba. With stunningly preserved 18th century architecture, la ramba reverberating through the streets, and antique cars zipping through the alleys, this city is like none other. It’s loud, crowded, dirty, sometimes smelly but always enchanting. You’ll find you can wander through the streets for hours and still find something captivating lingering at every corner. 12 Things You Must…

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20 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Havana, Cuba

March 8, 2017
Plaza Vieja, Havana, Cuba - 20 Photos to Inspire you to Visit Havana, Cuba

Ever since American travel to Cuba has been possible again, I have been salivating over the idea of visiting this forbidden country. I honestly didn’t know what to expect besides what I’ve seen in American movies. You know, dreamy Havana nights, super strong coffee (yum!), cubano sandwiches, salsa dancing, and a country that seems to still be living in the 1960’s. But it all sounded extremely inviting, and…