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Experience República de Cuba a country like no other from the seat of motorcycle. This rapidly changing caribbean island is a fascinating time warp you have to see for yourself. 

Cuba is renowned for its stunning beaches, picturesque landscapes, classic cars, and beautiful old buildings, waiting to be explored. It is a country alive with culture, music, history, passion, and mojitos - an aphrodisiac for the senses.  

Riding a motorcycle allows you to get up close and personal with the vibrant and diverse culture of this one-of-a-kind revolutionary society.  

For a more detailed overview of 'Viva! Cuba!', download our brochure and itinerary.

(Updated 2018 brochure and itinerary coming soon)

 

 

Tour Dates:  22 September – 5 October 2018

Price: NZ $11999 * (prices are subject to change)

Pillion/Vehicle: NZ $9499

Single Supplement: + NZ $1379

INCLUDED IN THE TOUR:

All accommodation (twin share)

Personally led by Mike & Angela, and Cuban guides 

Motorcycle hire late model Harley Davidson motorcycles

Support tour vehicle

Mechanical & puncture repairs, petrol & oil

Meals (as per tour itinerary)

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36 Hours in Havana Video

 


Havana

Queen of the night and nostalgia, with its beautiful colonial Old town, 1950s Chevrolets and Cadillacs, Hemingway’s favorite bars, legendary cabarets and unforgettable tropical evenings.                                                     

 

Sierra Escambray

Rising up to the northwest of Trinidad are the steep, pine-coated slopes of the Guamuhaya Mountains.  Known as the Sierra del Escambray this region is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in Cuba.     

 

Vinales

A small quaint town and municipality in the north-central Pinar del Rio Province. This is a picturesque agricultural area, where crops of fruit, vegetables, coffee and especially tobacco are grown by traditional methods.

 

Santiago de Cuba

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Santiago de Cuba is described as the cultural capital of Cuba.  Just about every Cuban music genre from salsa to son first emanated from somewhere in these dusty, rhythmic, and sensuous streets.

Trinidad

A colonial gem, and was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1988.  It is a perfectly preserved Spanish colonial settlement - Cuba's oldest, and most enchanting, 'outdoor museum'.                                                               

 

Cayo Santa Maria

Cayo Santa Maria is an island off Cuba's north coast linked to the main island by a causeway.   The island features white sand beaches, clear turquoise water, palm trees and mangroves.