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5 Days in Havana: Seeking Total Relaxation at Las Terrazas

17 September 2018

If you’re planning to visit Havana, and you need a bit of a timeout to reconnect with nature, Las Terrazas is a place that would rekindle your tired soul. This ecovillage of verdant surroundings is ideal for those who want to escape the busy life and spend an afternoon birdwatching or enjoying the rainforest type […]

5 Days in Havana: Why Viñales Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

12 September 2018

If you’re a bit less enthusiast about white beaches and more into green valleys, boat rides and the best tobacco in the world, then Viñales is everything you can wish from a vacation. If you’re tired of the same old travel destinations, Letty Cuba has just what you need. Viñales has a touristic charm like […]

Can Americans Travel to Cuba? Here’s What You Should Know

27 August 2018

If you’ve been fantasizing about the idea of visiting beautiful Varadero now that Americans can travel to Cuba legally only under one of the 12 The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) approved categories. With Letty’s Cuba, you can rest assured you’ll find everything you need for your next trip to Cuba.   For instance, […]

WLU Alumni and Friends: An Unforgettable Cruise to Cuba

21 August 2018

Planned and promoted by the West Liberty University Florida (WLU) Alumni and the WLU Alumni office with the guidance and support of Letty Cuba Travel Agency and Tours, past June, became a four-night trip aboard the Empress of the Seas from the Royal Caribbean cruise line. Departing from Tampa to Key West and on to […]

Varadero, Cuba: The Caribbean Best-Kept Secret

16 August 2018

Tired of the same old travel destinations? Are you constantly fantasizing about fine white sands and azure waves at affordable prices? Varadero might be the Caribbean best-kept secret, and the destination you are looking for.   Why Varadero? Varadero’s extension covers approximately 20km across the Hicacos Peninsula. It’s unarguable, Cuba’s tourist spotlight, with its unspoiled […]

Youth Baseball Tournaments in Cuba

9 August 2018

It’s the mid-1860s and the first bat and ball arrive at the island, brought by American sailors and Cuban students returning from the United States. The sport quickly catches up among the people, growing in popularity until 1868 when Nemesio Guillot creates the first baseball team in Cuba: the all-popular Habana Baseball Club. For years, […]