Mountains. Rivers. Jungle. Broken down tractors. Ancient caves. What else is there to want in the day-long-adventure that takes you way out of the Cayos.
If you’re into exciting water activities, then this one’s for you. Spend a day strapped to a kite learning to become one with both air and water.
Head to Luis’ barber shop for an old fashion haircut and/or shave that will have you feeling like Frank Sinatra or Gene Kelly (and provide you with one heck-of-a-cultural experience).
You’re just 15 minutes away from some of the best snorkeling in the caribbean. The reef is one of the largest and it runs just off shore of the entire length of the Cayos.
For old-school cigar rolling, head to the town of Morón. Although we can't give you our contact's home address (for obvious reasons) ask around and we're sure someone will show you everything that goes into this legendary craft.
Cuba is home to “Casino” Salsa -- and learning how to dance this gorgeous dance in a traditional “Case de Cultura” is a truly wonderful experience for beginner or pro.