Welcome to Parque Nacional Alejandro de Humboldt
These steep pine-clad mountains and creeping morning mists guard an astonishing ecosystem that's unmatched in the Caribbean. Cuba's most dramatic and diverse national park was named after German naturalist-explorer Alexander von Humboldt who first visited in 1801. It was designated a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2001 as 'one of the most biologically diverse tropical island sites on earth.'Perched above Bahía de... Read More
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The melody of horns floating through the air, classic cars parked in colonial squares, revolutionary statues—get over the resort wall and discover the real Cuba! Travel east to Santiago de Cuba and Baracoa and encounter the birthplace of Cuban rhythms and revolutionary fervour. Soak in Spanish heritage while exploring churches, forts and cobblestoned streets. Overnight in homestays for an immersive Cuban experience few travellers get to enjoy. Don't just walk down the road less travelled—dance down it. Viva la Revolución!