Located in the westernmost part of Cuba we find Pinar Del Rio province. It is the land where the most exquisite tobacco is harvested on small plots by the Cuban peasants, usually fellows in straw hats, carrying a machete and a cigar between the teeth. Visit the Viñales Valley and have the feeling of being transported back in time by seeing the Ox-drawn plows, the incredible limestone formations looming over the green fields, and caves for exploring. This green area, The Viñales Valley, with the most spectacular scenery, was declared world heritage site by UNESCO. Stop in Soroa, also called ¨the rainbow of Cuba¨ for its natural beauty. A small waterfall is excellent for a refreshing swim. And its prize attraction is the orchid garden that covers three hectares and claiming to be the world´s second-largest orchid garden.

Viñales and Soroa


  • Pick up at your accommodation or hotel at 8.00am.
  •  Drive west towards Havana(enjoy a drive along the northern cost)
  •  Drive through Havana to continue towards Soroa
  • Stop in Soroa where you can swim in the waterfall and visit the orchids garden(both extra charge for entrance fees)
  •  Continue driving to Viñales Valley
  •  Stop at a look out ¨Los Jazmines¨(excellent place for pictures)
  •  Stop at the farmer house to see and learn about Cuban tobacco business.
  •  Stop at Viñales town .
  •  Stop at the ¨Indian cave¨(a fee is charged for the visit 5cuc each)
  •  top at the prehistoric mural
  •  Return to Varadero