Exploring the Viñales Valley
As lush as lush can be – The Vinales Valley is one of the most stunning landscapes you will ever see.
So much so that it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nestled in the Pinar del Rio province, it was once the home to native Tainos and even runaway slaves.
It is now best known for:
- it’s one story houses with wooden porches;
- A tobacco industry that ships the finest cigars all over the world;
- Small scale coffee plantations that promote the famous Cuban café con leche tradition and
- Pastoral scenery that leaves you awestruck.
Go - and experience Cuba the way locals do. Ride in a horse drawn buggy; enjoy a cigar at a tobacco farm; eat ropa vieja at a paladar overlooking the valley.
Essentially, just go.