If you’ve never experienced jumping out of a moving plane and free-falling for 35 seconds during a death-defying 3000 metres plunge to the ground, now would be a great time to check that off your bucket list.
This short underground excursion begins in large caves that formed over 300,000 years ago, and turns into a 100-foot descent through narrow corridors, ending up at a Fountain of Youth and majestic crystal formations. It costs about $5.00.
Finding Rafael Tejo’s gym in Havana is going to be a challenge but trust us, it’s worth the effort: you’ll not only learn about the second most popular sport in Cuba, but experience a truly local, off-the-beaten-path Cuban community rarely experienced by tourists.
As bike-polo has been adopted by hipsters around the globe, it naturally found its way on the Basecamp radar. It turns out it was way harder than it looks, and was an experience worth trying!
The work of the artists at the Experimental Graphics Studio is craaaazy. Founded by Orlando Suarez with the support of none other than Che Guevara, the studio is still frequented by many artists whom you can one on one with.