Is it hard to live as a Cuban? I will show you the real deal. We will meet in Vedado area and I'll explain about the successes and setbacks that are unique to our country including how the educational and health care systems work in Cuba. You will face firsthand the 3 main problems in Havana. Our first stop will be a local green market and a bodega to show how Cubans do their groceries given the tight budget constraint. Then we will take the public bus and visit Old Havana. We will walk through the streets of Old Havana to show you all the historical and hidden places around this neighborhood. There you will interact with locals and appreciate all the contrasts of the environment and the cultural elements that embellish life in this community. Then we will return to Vedado area for the purpose of enjoying a tasty Creole lunch, prepared at home with few inputs, but plenty of love We will end the experience tasting an authentic Cuban coffee or snack while we exchange ideas and discuss about the current situation of the country and its future. By the end of the day you will have a wider perception of the economical, cultural and social conditions of daily life in Habana understanding the importance of visiting Cuba to support its people
I have traveled to several countries but I can confirm life in Cuba has no equal, I love living here. Since I started hosting 2 years ago I've always shown to foreigners the real meaning of being Cuban, fact I've reflected several occasions on the thematic tour “Support for the Cuban People”. My experience as a young entrepreneur and economist graduated from Havana University has provided me with a unique vision about my nation's current situation. My purpose is to share that vision so visitors from all over the world can understand and enjoy a little piece of Cuba, the “freeze in time” island.
Rice, Meat or Eggs, Vegetables, Ice Cream , and Cangrejitos (typical cuban empanada)
Access to an exclusive and luxurious rooftop
Public Bus and Private Taxi
Local market for fruits and vegetables Bodega for subsidized goods Coppelia ice cream parlor Luxurious rooftop with the best view in the city Old Havana & Centro Havana historical squares and plazas Local dinner for having a Creole lunch
We will be walking around 3 kilometers so wear comfortable shoes. Wear cloths according to weather conditions. Bring anything that helps you stay you stay hydrated and protected from the sun.
Support for the Cuban People