Museum Tours and Activities in Cuba
On a tour of museums in Havana you can learn about all aspects of life in Cuba. Cuba has some world-class art museums, as well as history museums where you can learn more about Cuba’s unique perspective. On museum tours you can also see what Ernest Hemingway left in his illustrious wake.
Visit a historical town and fortress on this tour full of cultural importance along with stunning views.
Ernest Hemingway lived in Cuba during the 1950s, and this country’s scenery and culture served as his muse. On this tour you’ll get to see Hemingway's home, areas that inspired his writing, and a few of his favorite bars.
Visit Museo del Ron with a professional guide. This tour culminates with a tasting of Havana Club, which is one of Cuba’s most well known rums, and it is ideal for making classic Cuban cocktails like mojitos and daiquiris.
This 3-hour tour will take you to one of the museums that helped make Havana such a lauded destination for art and culture. You’ll have a specialized tour guide to make it easy for you to learn as much as possible about your destination.
On this tour you’ll get to see the marshy ecosystem of La Ciénaga de Zapata National Park, which protects the largest wetland in the Caribbean. This tour comes with a professional guide and transportation in an air-conditioned car.
On a tour of the Regla Museum you’ll see religious art housed inside the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Merced . You’ll have a specialized guide who can explain the cultural context of this art, which has significance for both Catholicism and Santería.
If you want to learn about the history and cultural of Camaguey efficiently this tour will expose you to every part of it.
Get an inside look at the town many in Latin America called the City of Che. Its streets are full of history and great war stories.
This 3-hour tour will take you to some of the oldest fortresses in Havana’s oldest neighborhood — Havana Vieja, or “Old Havana.” For many centuries the Spanish struggled to protect their city from pirate attacks, and built fortresses along the canal to prevent unwanted visitors from getting too close to the shore.
Coral Beach is one of the most popular places for diving near Varadero. After swimming a bit from the beach, you’ll reach a biodiverse area with impressive schools of fish near the coral.
Topes de Collantes Natural Park will bring you into the Escambray Mountains. Visitors come here to look for endemic species of animals, as well as to admire the park’s canyons, waterfalls, rivers, and caves.
Up in the mountains of Cienfuegos you will experience a fairy tail like atmosphere at the El Nicho Waterfalls.
This tour takes you to Valle de los Ingenios, which is also known as the Valley of the Sugar Mills. In this area you’ll learn about Cuba’s sugar industry in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Ascend into the nature that surrounds Santiago. This tour will take you to amazing views, engulf you in breathtaking flowers and teach you about the history.
Your tour begins with a pickup at your hotel or casa particular to the beach. Then, you’ll depart on a catamaran boat ride across the clear, turquoise waters. Eventually, you’ll stop to do a bit of snorkeling — there’s no reef here, but if you bring bread you may get to see some friendly fish.
See some of the cultural and natural wonders of Cuba’s Havana region on this tour. It begins with a visit to an underground pool and an impressive historic mansion.
Join your guide for an unforgettable city tour in a classic convertible car. On the tour you will get a seaside view along the boardwalk called El Malecón. This tour also covers the most interesting parts of the both the old and new sections of the city.
This tour through El Cubano Natural Park will introduce you to the landscape just outside of Trinidad. You’ll have a professional guide on your walk who can give you information about the ecology of the area.
This guided tour takes you to places where you can see the art as well as the everyday lives of Cuban people. You can talk to locals during the tour, and get a good look at everyday life on the island.
Step back in time on this tour of Trinidad, Cuba’s third-oldest city. The Cuban government has invested heavily in the conservation of this area, and you can see architecture that dates back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.