You’ve always dreamed of going to Havana, but it seems like such a hassle. The packing, the plane, the whole “embargo” thing...it’s a bit difficult.
But don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. How about you get a little Havana in during your trip to Miami?
During the tour you’ll walk with an experienced, local resident and stroll through one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods, where waves of events have changed the landscape every decade. You’ll learn about these changes, and more, as you weave in and out of the streets that mark the sites of secret ritual offerings, planning and strategizing for the Bay of Pigs, and the mythical fountain of youth.
Before you’re finished, you’ll visit an authentic, family-owned restaurant and taste traditional Cuban food, such as Cuban sandwiches, fried plantains, roast pork, and Cuban coffee. Plus, you’ll get to see local animals, like chickens and pigs.
The best part of the tour? No passport necessary!
Note: Please list any mobility concerns in the Special Requests section.
What to expect
- Walk through an evolving neighborhood that is a kaleidoscope of culture, traditional customs, and vivid colors
- Sample homemade Cuban food, including the classic late night sandwich and savory plantains
- Watch cigar rollers create the finest cigars using decades-old techniques
- Learn about the history, culture, and people of Little Havana!
About this Activity
|Price||$39.25 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2.5 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.