Don´t miss the most overwhelming Cuban Nature
The Western region of Cuba is known for very high quality tobacco fields and breathtaking landscapes. Viñales valley with its gigantic “mogotes”, unusual limestone formations which resemble a huge church organ, therefore the name Sierra de los Organos, invites visitors to explore the most scenic natural parks of Cuba. It was declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site in the category of Cultural landscape and houses 17 botanical species and 47 archeological sites, most of them related to aboriginal communities and runaway African slaves.
Departure only from Havana: 07:30-18:30 (2 hrs drive to Viñales).
Spectacular views and unique landscapes will escort you as you go. Comfort break along the way.
Visit to the Indian´s Cave to take a gorgeous boat ride along a river which runs inside the cave. Admission fee is 5.00 CUC per person.
Visit to a tobacco plantation "Vega", a tobacco shed and a farmer´s house to be more familiar with tobacco cultivation. Watch how a cigar is hand rolled and try their homemade coffee.
1 hrs optional guided horseback riding or walking tour through the valley. Approximately 10.00 to 15.00 CUC/person.
Lunch at a local private restaurant: “Paladar” (price varies depending on your choice).
½ hrs free time to explore the heart of Viñales village. Mix with the locals at Viñales down town.
Visit to the Pre-history Mural, a worth seeing hillock´s wall where local evolution was painted monumentally. Admission fee is 3.00 CUC per person.
Visit to Los Jasmines Hotel lookout, the most famous spot for taking pictures of the valley.
Drive back to your accommodation.