Discover Havana by car: Caribbean sounds at Baila en Cuba
Every year in November Havana hosts the great dance festival Baila en Cuba. Salsa and mambo, rumba and merengue, for anyone and everyone who loves to dance and those who just want to tap their feet to the hot rhythms of music played live, this is simply the best there is. The festival is accompanied by a varied show programme and many salsa parties.
Experience the colourful side of the region in a car hired in Havana and take part in dance workshops and learn from the best professional Cuban dance instructors.
In the evening guests from all over the world meet at after show parties in various open-air venues to celebrate and dance together under the brilliant stars of a Cuban night sky.
Explore Havana by car: swimming with dolphins
In Cuba you have the unique opportunity of swimming with wild dolphins.
The Rancho Cangrejo Dolphinarium is located in the open sea and can only be reached by boat from Varadero. Drive your car from the rental office in Havana to the port of Varadero on the road to Mantanzas.
If you want, you can combine the trip to the Dolphinarium with a dive to the coral reef at Cabezo Amarillo or sunbathing under the Caribbean sun on the dream beaches of Cayo Blanco. In addition to fresh seafood, the Cayo Blanco beach bar serves delicious fresh cocktails. In the evening return to Havana after an exciting day in style in your breezy cabriolet.
Car excursions around Havana: Vinales Valley and the best tobacco in the world
The west of Cuba is famous for its beautiful landscapes and the best tobacco in the world.
The region of Valle de Vinales is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. You can reach Vinales Valley in about four hours from the car rental office in Havana.
The main attractions of Vinales Valley are the large karst caves of Cueva del Indio and Cueva de San Miguel. There are also large tobacco plantations and some small tobacco factories, some of which are open to visitors. The excursion is also interesting for non-smokers as it offers a deep insight into the rural life and heritage of Cuba.