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Land Adventures

Cuba's third largest province was blessed with spectacular natural assets. Hike in the mountains, visit a working tobacco plantation and marvel at the diversity of plant and wildlife in Pinar del Río's lush biospheres.


Viñales Valley, Sierra de los Organos

Declared a UNESCO World Cultural and Landscape Site in 1999, this valley is also home to a 270-million-year-old fossil, palma corcho (Mycrocycas calocoma).

Vuelta Abajo

Explore the famous San Juan y Martinez tobacco fields, and stop by the Finca El Pinar Vegas Robaina tobacco ranch.

Península de Guanahacabibes

Península de Guanahacabibes

Venture out to the western tip of Cuba to gaze at the 170 bird species that call this peninsula home, including Cuba’s national bird, the tocororo.

Las Terrazas

This sustainable village, on the slopes of the Sierra del Rosario mountain range, is an excellent starting point for hiking excursions past waterfalls, coffee plantations and mineral springs.