We organize a variety of excursions to visit the most representative cities driving an American Chevrolet 55 Belear car. We also provide the possibility of collecting and taking our customers to the airport.
Habana. La Habana is the Cuban evocative capital and despite its dilapidated state has a strong character that challenges time. Founded in 1515 by Diego de Cuellar, has a population of over two million inhabitants. From the beginning La Habana has projected a sophisticated urban face with an incomparable architectural heritage which covers the main artistic styles of the past five centuries from colonial to baroque, neoclassical, modernism and rationalist. Its historic centre (La Habana Vieja) was declared World Heritage Site by Unesco. Walking along its streets or watching the sunset from the Malecón, the traveller will keep unforgettable memories of this unique city.
Trinidad. There are few places in Cuba that outweigh Trinidad for its quiet atmosphere and perfectly preserved historic centre. Historians point that the time stopped here in the 1850s. Only the telephone wires stretched languidly between the houses and some cars of the 1950s, indicate time has passed.
With its elegant main square, the central park of palm trees surrounded by wrought iron fences, and their pastel colour mansions make up the core of the cobbled streets (with stones brought as a drag on the first Spanish ships), Trinidad was one of the richest and most refined provincial towns of Cuba until a little more than one hundred and fifty years ago. Its architectural value was internationally recognised when being declared World Heritage Site in 1980.
Varadero. Varadero Peninsula is the oldest (1872) and most appreciated seaside resort of Cuba. Clear and crystalline waters, kilometers of fine and white sandy beaches. It is also a coastal town where Cubans gather and it welcomes an impressive number of tourists in a profusion of hotels and private homes.
Viñales. Its capital is Pinar del Rio but the most important town for its tourist interest is Viñales and the whole valley where this small but beautiful and attractive town is located, a peaceful haven for nature lovers.
Other popular tourist places are Cayo Levisa, Cayo Jutías, and beaches like Playa Pajarito or María la gorda, located in the western extreme of Pinar del Río and Cuba which is also a mecca for diving fans.
El municipio de Guamá está situado en la parte occidental y sur de la provincia de Santiago de Cuba. Guama. The municipality of Guama is located in the south west of the province of Santiago de Cuba. This town emerged in 1976 with the new political-administrative division with its capital in the town of Chivirico. Earlier this vast territory was part of the municipality of El Cobre which is next to Santiago de Cuba and shares the coast of the province. It is a long territory and has a narrow coastal strip, which in turn comprises a good portion the Sierra Maestra, the most important mountain range in Cuba.
There you can visit a lagoon with crocodiles and a simulation of the ancient village of pre-Columbian inhabitants of the area. You can also make a great boat trip through Laguna del Tesoro across the nature reserve watching wild crocodiles.