48 hours in Trinidad – what to see, do and enjoy on a short visit to Cuba’s time-capsule city
Discovering Havana’s Art Deco wonders on a cycling tour
48 hours in Viñales, what to do, where to eat and what to see
El Chanchullero de Tapas, check out the paladar where Hemingway never was
A route through Old Havana’s five main colonial squares
A cycling route to discover Havana’s graffiti
Jibaro, “wild” thing – I think I love you
Cuba and its bicycles, a love story
Seven reasons why Cuba should be your first choice long haul destination post COVID-19
Cuba Cycling Routes – Guide Descriptions
El del Frente – how the second paladar on one street in Havana is creating a culinary monopoly
Havana’s Parque Central – the starting and ending point for an essential tour of Havana
West is best – lush green mountain retreats, far-flung beaches & cigar country
Mi casa es tu casa – our favourite B&Bs in Cuba’s hotspots
Cubaphile Claire Boobbyer publishes her new guide to Havana
Eating Cuba – Cuba’s culinary culture
Cuba by the Experts – Our Guides!
Cuba – Destination Unknown
Drinking Cuba – Cuban Cocktails
Inside Cuba – The Casa Particular
Seeing Cuba – Cuba’s best views
Listening to Cuba – Your lockdown Cuban playlist
Reading Cuba – A 10-book introduction to Cuban Literature
Watching Cuba – An Introduction to Cuban Cinema
Cuban drug being used to fight COVID-19
Face Masks, The Cuban Way
Cuba’s Coronavirus solidarity
Discovering Cienfuegos – 48 hours in Cuba’s Pearl of the South
Trekking adventure in central Cuba
Western Cuba on two wheels, cycling adventure from El Mariel to Las Terrazas
Picking up the pace in Havana – running Marabana, the Caribbean’s number one marathon
O’Reilly 304; a journey from Ireland, via Spain, to your dinner plate in Cuba
Havana, the Caribbean’s most captivating city and Cuba’s beating heart
Capturing Cuba’s heart: Salsa, Che, sand and cigars
Kayaking in Cuba – another perspective on Cuba’s untamed beauty
Jama: The success story of Cuba’s first Asian-Cuban fusion restaurant
Adventure Cuba – It’s more than white sandy beaches
Doña Eutimia – where simplicity means perfection
The return of the Cuban bicycle – how Cubans are turning back to sustainable transport
2019 – An interesting year for Cuba and Cubania Travel
Cuba ranks as world’s most sustainable developed country – all about Cuba’s eco ways
Accidental Eden: keeping Cuba green
Yoanka Gonzalez – A love affair with cycling in Cuba
Doing it the Cuba Way – Cubania Classic Cycle
A cycling adventure from Havana to Viñales – Discovering western Cuba on two wheels
Why book onto a group cycling holiday in Cuba?
Road cycling Cuba, an adventure of discovery and exploration
7 Cuban Experiences You Can’t Miss Out on
Feast or Famine: Things to Know About Food in Cuba
Cubania Travel Guide: Top 10 Things to Do in Havana
Things To Do in Cuba
Make Your Cuba Holiday Eco-Friendly
All You Need To Know About The Internet In Cuba
Cubania Travel Guide: Best Beaches In Cuba
Biking In Cuba
What to bring to Cuba – Cycling Edition
Cycling Activity Levels Explained
3 Most Epic Cycling Routes in Cuba
ON YER BIKE, AMIGO! The comical contradictions of cycling in Cuba
Insider Guide to Cuba – Endless Sweet Treats for You to Enjoy All Over the Island
11 reasons why solo travelling through Cuba is the best way for you to experience the country
The spectrum of Cuban dance culture and how you can enjoy each style on the island
Everything You Need to Know Before Setting Off on Your Active Holiday Adventure in Cuba
The New Cuba: So What’s That?
A Place Where Beauty Is for Everyone and Age Is Just a Number
Discover Ernest Hemingway’s Favourite Cuban Cocktails
Along with classic American cars and Che berets, there isn’t anything much more emblematic of Cuba than a Mojito.
13 photos of Cuba today that will make you want to go tomorrow
Photos are great, especially somewhere as photogenic as Cuba, but there’s a reason we have 5 senses!
Cuba – 99 problems and eggs is one
Though Hurricane Irma was all over the headlines in September, there is little evidence of it left in Cuba, with one exception...
Fidel Castro – Scourge of the West Dies at 90
A brutal dictator, El Comandante, a remarkable leader, champion of social justice, a monster, Guerrilla leader , el Jefe, Massacre, an unrepentant revolutionary.
My family’s tears of joy and sadness for Castro’s Cuba
Son of a Cuban émigré, John Paul Rathbone asks what Fidel’s death means for the republic’s people.
Our Cuban Bucket List – 9 things you can’t miss out on while in Havana
Cuba is a charming place, and it’s best-experienced through full immersion, so we’ve compiled a list of 9 must-do experiences in Cuba...
Key Cuba Embargo Provision Lifted by Obama
In what could be his last effort to warm relations with Cuba, President Obama today announced his approval of new regulations to facilitate business and trade.
Cuba Cycling Adventure by Tess Baker
Amazing photographs by Tess Baker
How to Go to Cuba Now
American travelers will no longer rely on expensive, poorly serviced charter flights to reach the Caribbean’s largest and, arguably, most intriguing island.
Hasta la vista, Cuba!
Is Cuba the only country in the world where it’s simultaneously fast and furious and time stands still?
Food Issues Vol. 8: La Guarida
Set in a romantic, outdoor ambience overlooking the rooftops of Havana, Cuba we clink glasses to celebrate 20 years of the in-home restaurant with owner and creator, Enrique Nunez.
Backlash In Cuba
Obama’s historic visit was a smash hit in Havana. Fidel Castro wasn’t going to take that lying down.
Enjoying a two-week taste of what the Caribbean island has to offer cyclists.
Exodus Travels Leader Awards 2015
Our guides have just won some highly prestigious awards and we want the world to know how proud we are!
U.S. – Cuba thaw: voices from the street
A Week of Change in Cuba
Notes and impressions on a momentous week in Cuba ( 20th – 26th March 2016 )
Cuba Survival Guide Feb 2016
Havana is no longer frozen in time, at least not completely.