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    SEVEN SEAS TRAVEL • 21719 HARPER AVENUE • ST. CLAIR SHORES, MI 48080 • 586-775-7300
Welcome To Cuba!
The island of Cuba is a land of revolution, vibrant colors and irresistible charm. Old Havana is replete with culture and history, and is, itself, a living museum. Visit the highlights of Havana - Plaza de la Revolución, the iconic Hotel Nacional, and the tobacco factory. Cruise modern Havana in a classic 1950s American car. Taste the best mojitos in Havana. Visit Las Terrazas, a UNESCO biosphere reserve and Cuba’s 
premier eco-destination. Take a beautiful drive to Cayo Jutía where you'll enjoy Cuba’s white sand beaches first-hand. Dine at the local paladar. Enjoy traditional Cuban music, the Buena Vista Social Club.  For more information, call (586) 775-7300.
Visitors are fascinated by the island of Cuba’s complexities, and there is much to explore. You will be intoxicated by its incredible natural beauty and enamored by the vivacity and spontaneity of its people. Meet with locals for drinks at their home. Stroll along the winding streets of Old Havana and soak in the city’s rich history. Head out of Havana to explore the western most region of Cuba, Península de Guanahacabibes, a national park and UNESCO biosphere reserve. Go hiking over he Valley of Silence. Encounter sugar white beaches, translucent waters and pristine coral reefs, where there is superlative diving and snorkeling. Explore caves and see first-hand nesting sea turtles. Discover the adventures of Gran Caverna de Santo Tomás. On your way back to the city, stop in Viñales to see this incredibly beautiful region with its mogotes and fertile fields. Tour Alejandro Robaina Tobacco Plantation, the only real opportunity to tour a working tobacco plantation.
Silent Valley National Park
UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
Gran Caverna de Santo Tomás
Península de Guanahacabibes
Alejandro Robaina Tobacco Plantation
Catedral de San Cristóbal
Statue of Founder of Cienfuegos Cuba
Viñales Valley
Castillo de San Pedro del Morro

Cuba is home to some of the world's most amazing landmarks. There are six UNESCO biosphere reserves that protect the country’s delicate natural attractions. They are spread throughout the country, so no matter where you go, you'll be close to a meticulously preserved reserve.

The achingly beautiful Catedral de San Cristóbal de la Habana is perhaps the grandest church in Havana. Built by Jesuits, this masterpiece of Italian Baroque architecture was completed in 1777 at a time when Cuba’s Catholics saw a growing need for new churches to build the religion.

The poet and journalist, José Martí, spent his short life fighting for Cuban independence. The historical landmark and statue of Martí pays tribute to 'the Apostle of the Cuban Revolution'.

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How do I get to Cuba?
UNESCO World Heritage Site
National Capitol Building
Statue of Cuban Hero José Martí
Cuba is like a time capsule where you can view the contrast of crumbling colonial architecture alongside freshly renovated façades. The culture has inspired artists to submerge entire neighborhoods in art projects. The effects of the Cuban Revolutionary War have shaped everyday life. The slave trade of the 18th and 19th centuries led to the mesmerizing Afro-Cuban culture. Immerse into the heart and
soul of the changing landscape of Cuba
Cuba is also filled with natural wonders and exotic landscapes, a magnificent region of biosphere reserves, splashing waterfalls, spectacular mogotes (carsic formations), and some of the world’s finest beaches and dive sites. The journey will, of course, offer plenty of time to enjoy Cuba’s lush beaches including Playa Larga and Playa Girón, where the infamous Bay of Pigs invasion took place in 1962. 

Tiny frogs. Vast swamps. Pristine rivers. Whether by design or default, the island boasts the Caribbean's best-kept wildlands. But for how long?

On a winding road not far from the vibrant colonial city of Santiago de Cuba, we stop to admire a particularly stunning coastline of cliffs, coves and beaches that seems to stretch to infinity. And just inland are the towering Sierra Maestra. The lower slopes are a patchwork of grasslands and trees that give way at higher altitudes to dense forests. Clouds form, disperse and tatter around the peaks.

During a recent 1,000-mile trip through Cuba to see its wildlands at this pivotal time in its history, I saw a lot of unspoiled territory that is largely a monument to battles that Perera and his colleagues have won: swamps bursting with wildlife, rain forests and cloud forests, grasslands and lagoons. Perera says 22 percent of Cuba’s land is under some form of protection. The percentage of safeguarded environment in Cuba is among the highest of any nation, says Kenton Miller, chairman of the Switzerland-based World Commission on Protected Areas.
through the eyes of the locals. Travel to Callejon de Hammel in the living arts, Cayo Hueso neighborhood to savor the work of and meet local artist Salvador González. Enjoy the famous Afro-Cuban rumbas. Don't miss the literary pilgrimage to Finca Vigia, the 'Lookout Farm', Hemingway’s home, now restored as a museum. Explore the gritty genuineness of Cuba’s cultural carnival and enjoy personal encounters with working artists, writers, teachers, filmmakers, coffee and tobacco farmers, and ballplayers, which will reveal just how eager they are to share the heart and soul of their culture.
Our very own Curt Lenart recently returned from
Cuba and he documented some of the coolest
scenes and activities. To view, click below.
Our very own Curt Lenart recently returned from
Cuba and he documented some of the coolest
scenes and activities. To view, click below.