Cuba Bicycle Tours
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The BEST Cuba Cultural Experience is On Two Wheels.

Yes!!! It Is Legal and Safe for US Citizens to Travel To Cuba with Us!

9 days/8 nights - includes r/t airfare from Miami

Each bike tour includes:

  • VISA and Customs/Immigration assistance
  • Bike/eBike rentals w/helmets and SAG (Support & Gear) vehicle
  • Lodging, 3 meals/day and group transportation as required.
  • Arranged cultural activities such as Organic farms, Rest/Beach day, Music, Arts & History outings.
  • Optional activities: Snorkel, Scuba, Sailing, Salsa Dance School, Horseback ride
  • American guides w/Cuban staff who are proud to share their homeland.
  • Limit 12 riders per tour
  •  tour package price –  $3695 USD

We don't sit by the Pool and take Selfies, are YOU Someone who...

  • Is a curious, adventurous traveler that seeks authentic cultural places?
  • Has a regular level of healthy exercise and fitness?
  • Enjoys moderately-paced bike rides (avg. 22 miles) 5 of the 9 days?
  • Wants to engage the real people, art, culture, and history of a country?
  • Appreciates local customs, activities, and food?
  • Prefers down-to-earth lodging in private homes instead of large resort hotels?

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Founder/ Lead Guide

Born and raised in New York City Herschel has lived in Boulder Colorado since 1968.  “Several years ago I fell in love with the culture and lovely people of Cuba.  As a bike tour professional, I knew I had to provide an experience for people to connect in the way I had, on the ground and in a very personal way. I wanted travelers, particularly Americans, to form their own stories about Cuba… to set free their curiosity, dispel myths and make connections with the real people of this unique place.”

The resilience of the Cuban people has transformed  colonization, revolution and isolation into the rich culture and heritage that permeates the island today. As a boy growing up in a poor multi-ethnic community, as a child of immigrants that fled genocide and as a white man with friends and family members of color, I’ve come to appreciate how history, race and class shape the lives we live every day.

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