Visit to the Rum´s museum | Visit to the Corona Cigar Factory. | Panoramic tour around Modern Havana. | Visit to Kcho Gallery. | Visit to Hamel Alley.
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Estimate Duration: 4 hours
Pre-tour briefing materials.
Exclusive-guided programming, including; unique handpicked people-to-people activities; insider access to Cuba’s famous places and those rarely seen; and private visits and lectures with Cuba’s renowned experts.
All entrance fees to scheduled activities and events unless otherwise noted.
Transportation in Cuba & Ground logistics.
Expert Cuban guide
Private Cuban driver
Certification of travel to Cuba under the U.S Department of Treasure general license.
**Customary end-of-tour gratuities for the Cuban guide, driver, and tour leader are left to the guest’s discretion and should be based on your satisfaction with the level of service received.
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Cuba is well known for having some of the best rum and cigars in the world and the most colorful and vibrant art you can imagine. Now you can enjoy it all in one place – Havana.
Your tour begins at the Museo del Ron, home to the most famous Cuban rum, Havana Club.
Your tour begins at Corona Cigar Factory where you will meet with famous experts in the art of cigar-making at one of the most famous cigar factories in Cuba and you will also have the opportunity to buy and see how the Cuban masters roll the cigar.
Located in the historic district of Habana Vieja (“old Havana”), the museum is housed in a renovated 18th-century “solar” (colonial townhouse). The museum opened in the year 2000 by the Fundación Havana Club, and it is a symbol in the historical heart of Havana. Here, you will enjoy a guided tour, offered in Spanish, English, French, German and Italian, of the historical production of rum.
Then, you will stop in a local art gallery where you will be able to admire the work of one of the artists dedicated to Afro Cuban art.
Your last stop of the tour is at Callejón de Hammel, an alleyway in downtown Havana, where art, religion and music are blended. After chatting with the locals, you will attend an African musical instruments demonstration. Be prepared to play the tumbadora (conga) and to dance.
Afterwards, you will return to the pier.
Tour begins at 9:30 am
Note:This tour involves minimal walking, mostly in asphalt and there is a small amount of steps at the entrance of the rum factory. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests. Guests are advised bring a camera, rain gear/umbrella, flat/comfortable shoes, and to dress in layers. This tour is OFAC compliant.
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