Marco and his team make you discover the Southern part of the valley that very few tourists know. You ride the horses few hours during the day (usually around 3 hours total), and spend most of your time at the several stops, talking with the locals, learning about their lives, their work and their leisures. - TOBACCO PLANTATION & FARM: The Martinez family shows you their 200-years-old traditional farm. In the still used tobacco drying place,they will explain to you how tobacco recollection works and show you how to roll cigars. Includes: one cigar tasting per person and a home-made mojito or lemonade. Possible to buy traditionnally-made cigars from the farm and organic honey from wild bees. - BATHING IN A NATURAL LAKE: ideal to refresh when the sun is high in the sky, also possible to avoid if you prefer :) - AGROECOLOGICAL FARM (COFFEE AND GUAVA RHUM): LUNCH TIME with local products. Complete farm that grows Arabica coffee, fruits, vegetables and breed animals. Includes : lunch, coffee and guava rhum tastings Sip your coffee while enjoying a breath taking view on the moutains
We are a group of Cuban people, passionate about horses and the beauties Cuba nature has to offer ! The majority of the tourists we have had on tours were beginners, so we are particularly experts in this field. We have taken hundreds of people with us in the past two years, to share our love of Vinales, horses, and Cuban traditions. It is also the occasion to introduce them to amazing people we know, that work in the plantations, that can show them and explain everything about cigar rolling or Arabica coffee making process, away from the touristy plantations next to Vinales city center.
Traditional Cuban lunch : Local meat or fish, cooked in traditional wood fire. Sides included. Vegetarian available.
Mojitos-Coffee-Guava rhum 1 "French lemon" mojito or lemonade (@ tobacco plantation) Tasting of coffee and guava rhum ( @…
Entrance fees included
Free cigar tasting
We will go from Casa Toni y Gladys, Marco's parents' house. This is a good entry point to the South Valley, that we consider the most authentic one. It enables to avoid the very touristy plantations next to the center (that are easily accessible walking) and get off the beaten path to meet real farmers
The time you spend in the tour depends on you : how fast you want to go with the horses and how long you want to stay at each stop. Therefore, the indicated tour length is an average, you manage it.