Frenzied Rhythms

8 days / 7 nights
From 1370$

«In life, to achieve happiness, we need to do like the Cubans: dance instead of walk.»

The Cuban population is known for its music, dance, art, beauty, and especially its dignity. Cubans do not walk. . . they dance! That is why nearly all Latin dances—the cha-cha, mambo, salsa, rumba, conga, yoruba, lukumi, guguanco, casino and many more—originate from Cuba.

Kick off the day with a tropical breakfast, then strap on your dancing shoes and join the masters of Tropicana—the biggest open-sky cabaret in the world, where the essence of salsa and frenzied Latin rhythms were born—for a Cuban salsa lesson:

Then, explore the most magical corners of colonial Havana, eat and dance with the locals, take a breather or a sea and sunbath and discover the charming nightlife of one of the most sensual cities in the world!

Come experience a true internal revolution!

The highlights of this trip are:

  • 2.5 hours of salsa per day.
  • Lessons given by professional dancers and professors of TROPICANA.
  • Discovery of the Cuban musical scene.
  • A tour across cultural and musical history of the city (Vieille Havane, Place de la Cathédrale, Calle Obispo).
  • Guided visit of the House of Rum + tasting.
  • Sacred link between danse and afro-cuban religion.
  • Bath sea and sun.
  • Organic and natural foods.
  • Project Las Terrazas: an artistic and ecological village in the middle of the exuberant nature of Pinar del Río.
  • Riding in old American cars.
  • Introduction to dance in tobacco plantations.
  • Nightlight and discovery of favorite Cuban spots.
  • Beach, sea and music.

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