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Trinidad de Cuba

Wrong Trinidad de Cuba?
Phone: (888) ***-****  HQ Phone
Cuba Explorer Tours
2278 East 24th Avenue
Vancouver , British Columbia V5N 2V2
Canada

Company Description: 2013 and 2014 Cuba Explorer Tours offer authentic Cuba travel for Americans to explore island culture, history and nature. We help Americans to visit Cuba legally.
Web References
Discover the heart and soul of ...
www.cubaedutours.ca, 18 Dec 2013 [cached]
Discover the heart and soul of Havana, Matanzas province, Cienfuegos and Trinidad de Cuba.
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Can Americans visit Cuba legally? Yes. They should do so now while the island is pristine and before it is overrun. There is no charge for travel licenses.
Can I stay in Cuba after the tour? Absolutely!
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Spaniards brought them to Cuba in 1516.
...
Eight days and seven nights of learning, fun and friendship in Cuba.
...
You're in good hands while in Cuba with Cuba Explorer Tours
...
This excellent policy covers all health issues that may arise while in Cuba. If you get hurt or take ill, you are not dinged with out-of-pocket expenses.
Legal Cuba Travel for Americans. WE ENSURE Americans travel to Cuba legally. Find out how you can go to Cuba now. We've sent thousand of Americans to Cuba since 1997; not one has experienced complications. We assist free of charge with all licensing issues so you can go to Cuba legally without fear or concern.
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Get to know Cuba in comfort and safety
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One-in-ten cars in Cuba are pre-1959.
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Try to identify it on this interactive Google Map of Cuba.
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In 2006, the World Wildlife Federation named Cuba the only nation to achieve a sustainable planet friendly economy.
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Tour highlight We'll feast on a delicious lunch hosted by José Fúster, one of Cuba's most important ceramists and painters, at his whimsical studio in Jaimanitas, just outside of Havana.
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Exotic and unique plants and animals thrive in Cuba. The island has more protected areas than any other country. Cuban farm girl Young person staffs farmers market. Life size metal sculptures of elephants in Havana's Plaza Vieja. Life size metal sculptures of elephants in Havana's Plaza Vieja by island artist Fonseca. Cuba's capital is an effervescent creative art space – a visceral feast for art lovers worldwide.
...
Claimed by both the United States and Cuba as their son, it was Hemingway himself who declared the island his true home.
...
It's one of the most successful urban organic farms in Cuba raising ornamental plants, medicinal herbs, and millions of seedlings for neighboring residential and collective farms.
...
The highly endangered Crocodylus rhombifer is found only in Cuba's Zapata Swamp and the Isle of Youth, though it formerly ranged throughout the Caribbean.
...
Click here to review our guide to endemic, near endemic and endangered birds of Cuba.
...
It measures 92 square kilometers (35.5 square miles) and is the largest natural body of fresh water in Cuba. We'll journey down a narrow canal some two kilometers (1.2 miles) before entering open waters. We'll approach a series of small islands. Set among them is Villa Guamá, a reproduction of a Taíno Indian village, typical of Cuba's original inhabitants.
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Or, take a taxi into town and ramble through the lively streets of Trinidad. You can enjoy live Cuban popular music on steps of Casa de la Música or Casa de la Trova – both great sound venues and opportunities to dance with Cubans and your tour companions.
Old car in Havana.
Many pre-1959 cars in Cuba are in top-notch condition, and some are for hire.
...
Sea life thrives in the clean ocean waters surrounding Trinidad. Fisherman on Trinidad's Playa Ancón
Playa Ancon beach in Trinidad Sunset on Trinidad's Playa Ancón as viewed from your resort hotel. Breakfast at your hotel is included in tour cost
Youth on the Malecón at sunset.
We'll explore on foot the historic central plaza of Trinidad de Cuba. Its 16th century edifices are the most pristine and unblemished on the island. Road access to Trinidad happened after 1959. Prior to that it was only accessible by ship and sea.
This morning we will explore one of the oldest cities founded by the Spaniards in the West Indies, Trinidad de Cuba, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. It was established in 1514 on orders of the conquistador Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar who traveled to Cuba with Columbus in 1493.
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It was from Trinidad de Cuba that conquistador Hernán Cortés de Monroy y Pizarro (1485–1547) launched his attack on the Aztec Empire, toppling its capital Tenochtitlan, the world's largest, most opulent and hygienic metropolis of the day.
We will visit its Plaza Mayor, Museum of Architecture, Museum of the Romantic Era, the main town parish and other amazing sites, some dating back centuries.
We will have free time to wander the streets of Trinidad's historical center and examine the oldest architecture in the Americas, and inspect local art and shop for souvenirs.
Trinidad is well known for its pottery makers.
...
Or, take a taxi into town and ramble through the lively streets of Trinidad.
...
The region was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988, separate from the city of Trinidad de Cuba.
...
Cuba is home to scores of lizard species.
...
In Cuba we say: A true friend remembers the song in your heart when you have forgotten the lyrics.
...
United Colors of Cuba.
...
Want to stay longer in Cuba following your tour? Contact us and we will help make it happen at a price you can afford.
You'll love Cuba!
Discover the heart and soul of ...
www.cubaedutours.ca, 18 Dec 2013 [cached]
Discover the heart and soul of Havana, Matanzas province, Cienfuegos and Trinidad de Cuba
...
Can Americans visit Cuba legally? Yes. They should do so now while the island is pristine and before it is overrun. There is no charge for travel licenses.
Can I stay in Cuba after the tour? Absolutely!
...
Spaniards brought them to Cuba in 1516.
...
Eight days and seven nights of learning, fun and friendship in Cuba.
...
You're in good hands while in Cuba with Cuba Explorer Tours
...
This excellent policy covers all health issues that may arise while in Cuba. If you get hurt or take ill, you are not dinged with out-of-pocket expenses.
Legal Cuba Travel for Americans. WE ENSURE Americans travel to Cuba legally. Find out how you can go to Cuba now. We've sent thousand of Americans to Cuba since 1997; not one has experienced complications. We assist free of charge with all licensing issues so you can go to Cuba legally without fear or concern.
...
Get to know Cuba in comfort and safety
...
One-in-ten cars in Cuba are pre-1959.
...
Try to identify it on this interactive Google Map of Cuba.
...
In 2006, the World Wildlife Federation named Cuba the only nation to achieve a sustainable planet friendly economy.
...
It's one of the most successful urban organic farms in Cuba raising ornamental plants, medicinal herbs, and millions of seedlings for neighboring residential and collective farms.
...
Claimed by both the United States and Cuba as their son, it was Hemingway himself who declared the island his true home.
...
Exotic and unique plants and animals thrive in Cuba. The island has more protected areas than any other country. Cuban farm girl Young person staffs farmers market. Life size metal sculptures of elephants in Havana's Plaza Vieja. Life size metal sculptures of elephants in Havana's Plaza Vieja by island artist Fonseca. Cuba's capital is an effervescent creative art space – a visceral feast for art lovers worldwide.
...
Tour highlight We'll feast on a delicious lunch hosted by José Fúster, one of Cuba's most important ceramists and painters, at his whimsical studio in Jaimanitas, just outside of Havana.
...
The highly endangered Crocodylus rhombifer is found only in Cuba's Zapata Swamp and the Isle of Youth, though it formerly ranged throughout the Caribbean.
...
Click here to review our guide to endemic, near endemic and endangered birds of Cuba.
...
It measures 92 square kilometers (35.5 square miles) and is the largest natural body of fresh water in Cuba. We'll journey down a narrow canal some two kilometers (1.2 miles) before entering open waters. We'll approach a series of small islands. Set among them is Villa Guamá, a reproduction of a Taíno Indian village, typical of Cuba's original inhabitants.
...
Or, take a taxi into town and ramble through the lively streets of Trinidad. You can enjoy live Cuban popular music on steps of Casa de la Música or Casa de la Trova – both great sound venues and opportunities to dance with Cubans and your tour companions.
Old car in Havana.
Many pre-1959 cars in Cuba are in top-notch condition, and some are for hire.
...
Sea life thrives in the clean ocean waters surrounding Trinidad. Fisherman on Trinidad's Playa Ancón
Playa Ancon beach in Trinidad Sunset on Trinidad's Playa Ancón as viewed from your resort hotel. Breakfast at your hotel is included in tour cost
Youth on the Malecón at sunset.
We'll explore on foot the historic central plaza of Trinidad de Cuba. Its 16th century edifices are the most pristine and unblemished on the island. Road access to Trinidad happened after 1959. Prior to that it was only accessible by ship and sea.
This morning we will explore one of the oldest cities founded by the Spaniards in the West Indies, Trinidad de Cuba, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. It was established in 1514 on orders of the conquistador Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar who traveled to Cuba with Columbus in 1493.
...
It was from Trinidad de Cuba that conquistador Hernán Cortés de Monroy y Pizarro (1485–1547) launched his attack on the Aztec Empire, toppling its capital Tenochtitlan, the world's largest, most opulent and hygienic metropolis of the day.
We will visit its Plaza Mayor, Museum of Architecture, Museum of the Romantic Era, the main town parish and other amazing sites, some dating back centuries.
We will have free time to wander the streets of Trinidad's historical center and examine the oldest architecture in the Americas, and inspect local art and shop for souvenirs.
Trinidad is well known for its pottery makers.
...
Or, take a taxi into town and ramble through the lively streets of Trinidad.
...
The region was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988, separate from the city of Trinidad de Cuba.
...
Cuba is home to scores of lizard species.
...
In Cuba we say: A true friend remembers the song in your heart when you have forgotten the lyrics.
...
United Colors of Cuba.
...
Want to stay longer in Cuba following your tour? Contact us and we will help make it happen at a price you can afford.
You'll love Cuba!
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