Cuba Culinary Tour

Cuba Culinary Tour

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Access Trips is pio­neer­ing culi­nary trav­el in Cuba by offer­ing inno­v­a­tive cook­ing and cock­tail class­es inside local Cuban kitchens and top restau­rants for the first time ever. One of the many high­lights of this tour is a Cuban cook­ing class, exclu­sive­ly for Access Trips guests, in one of Havana’s best pal­adares. On our Cuba tour you will have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to work with tal­ent­ed chefs as they share the secrets to cook­ing authen­tic Cuban cui­sine. The dish­es you cook will depend on what is avail­able that day, but might include mouth-water­ing Cuban foods like seafood pael­la or ropa vie­ja

 

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CULINARY TOURS TO EXOTIC DESTINATIONS

Explore cul­ture through cui­sine on our exot­ic culi­nary tours and cook­ing vaca­tions. With our knowl­edge­able local guides, world-class chefs, and care­ful­ly designed itin­er­aries, we’ve cre­at­ed cook­ing and culi­nary vaca­tions that offer unpar­al­leled insid­er access to the local cul­ture.

So whether you are a food­ie look­ing for the best meals, a cul­ture buff who savors serendip­i­tous expe­ri­ences, or a cook­ing enthu­si­ast who wants to learn to pre­pare local foods, Access Trips culi­nary tours are for you

 

Cuba Tour – Itin­er­ary

DAY 1: Cuba Tour As You Fly to Havana

Today you fly to Havana. Check into accom­mo­da­tions. Wel­come din­ner at a top pal­adar, or pri­vate restau­rant.

 

DAY 2: Dis­cov­er Havana With Local Experts

Explore Havana Vie­ja with a stop at a delec­table choco­late café. Lunch at a famous pal­adar. Meet with a renowned Afro-Cuban artist and exam­ine his art. Sal­sa class fol­lowed by a vis­it to El Floridi­ta, one of Hemingway’s favorite haunts.

 

DAY 3: Explore Havana’s Mar­kets

Morn­ing vis­it to the incred­i­ble art gallery and neigh­bor­hood of José Fuster. Walk around a farmer’s mar­ket to con­nect with the ven­dors, tour an organopóni­co, and vis­it a local super­mar­ket. Explore Muse­um of the City and Mor­ro Cas­tle. Daiquiri class with a renowned bar­tender in a local’s apart­ment.

 

DAY 4: Day Trip to Viñales Val­ley

Dri­ve to Pinar Del Rio and meet with work­ers at a rum fac­to­ry. Lunch and wan­der through a beau­ti­ful organ­ic farm at a Viñales fin­ca. Explore Indi­an Cave and then vis­it a tobac­co farm and meet with third gen­er­a­tion tobac­co farmer.

 

DAY 5: Farm Tour & Cuban Cook­ing Class

Morn­ing tour of sus­tain­able farm fol­lowed by lunch. After­noon moji­to & cook­ing class and din­ner at top pal­adar. Option­al evening jazz per­for­mance.

 

DAY 6: Trinidad

Dri­ve to colo­nial town of Trinidad. After­noon walk­ing tour.

 

DAY 7: Valle de los Inge­nios & Fish BBQ with Chef

Con­nect with local fish­er­man at Playa La Boca. Short dri­ve to Valle de los Inge­nios (Val­ley of the Sug­ar Mills). Tra­di­tion­al BBQ fish lunch with chef. Trinidad walk­ing tour where we encounter street musi­cians. Farewell din­ner.

 

DAY 8: Cuba Tour Ends

After break­fast, dri­ve to Cien­fue­gos or Havana for flight back to Mia­mi.

Please note that Cuba is an adven­tur­ous des­ti­na­tion where things do not always go as planned – in fact they often do not go as planned. We urge you to bring a flex­i­ble atti­tude and a sense of humor on your Cuba tour. The above itin­er­ary reflects our best plan­ning, but there may be times when we have to sub­sti­tute dif­fer­ent activ­i­ties and accom­mo­da­tions. That is la aven­tu­ra Cubana – the Cuban adven­ture!

 

Tes­ti­mo­ni­als
Our first small group tour, cre­ative trav­el was a great choice. BERNAL was my kind of tour guide, he took us to some very good out of the way pal­adars where we had excel­lent meals. We went over New Years and had the best time with the oth­er peo­ple in our group. We do a lot of trav­el­ing and this was one of our best trips ever. Thanks car­los bernal

Rec­om­mend­ed Reviews for Cre­ative Trav­el Inc

 

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