Tips For Bike Touring In Cuba

In many ways, Cuba is a bike tourist’s dream.

The roads are quiet. The accommodation options are plentiful, including a widespread network of family-run B&Bs, known as casa particulares. Its history of revolution and communism is compelling, and the balmy climate makes bike touring possible virtually year round (you might want to avoid hurricane season).

Open Roads In CubaWide, open roads in Cuba; this photo was taken between Sancti Spiritus and Trinidad.

For all of these reasons and more, we packed our bags and flew out to Cuba in December 2012 for a month of two-wheeled exploring. While we were there, we received a flood of emails from other cyclists looking for the latest hints on touring in Cuba. This post is our reply to those requests.

If you’re looking for more tips, be sure to check our packing list and pre-departure notes. We also found this short primer by fellow cyclist Cass Gilbert very helpful. In terms of guides, we carried the popular Bicycling Cuba book (still helpful, even though it’s quite old) and route notes in Dutch from Global Cyclist.

Colourful houses in Cuba.Andrew seeks out some shade, against the backdrop of colourful houses in Cuba.

The Route: We cycled about 750km in total on folding bikes (one Brompton and one Dahon Speed TR), starting with a trip west from Havana to the popular destinations of Las Terrazas (a touristic hotspot set around a nature reserve), Pinar del Rio and Vinales. From there, we took a bus to the central Cuban city of Cienfuegos and rode a clock-wise loop to the cities of Santa Clara, Remedios, Sancti Spiritus and Trinidad.

Finally, we took a bus to Varadero on the northern coast and cycled the remaining distance back to Havana. We spent a month in Cuba but were travelling slowly because we had our 11-month-old son along for the ride. We were also slowed down by a case of the flu. A baby-free cyclist could easily cover the same distance in half the time.

breaks with baby
We cycled slowly and took lots of breaks so that Luke didn’t become exhausted, hot or bored.

Visas: There’s no visa required for Cuba but rather a “tourist card”. We’re travelling on German and British passports, so we needed to get ours beforehand at the consulate in Rotterdam. No appointment was necessary and it was processed while we waited. Entry is for 30 days, with one extension possible. Sometimes you can get this card on the plane but check before you board. Several people were kicked off our KLM flight because they didn’t have a tourist card to show the airline staff. Canadians get a 90-day tourist card on arrival.

The hills weren’t too bad. These were some of the worst, around Cienfuegos, but they didn’t last long.

Roads & Traffic: Cuban roads are very bicycle-friendly. There’s not much traffic (even cycling into Havana was relatively easy) and all of the vehicles left ample room while passing. The only downside was the cloud of black smoke that invariably came from the aging cars as they chugged past. Sometimes the roads were in rough shape but this tended to be only in rural areas. We had no trouble negotiating the roads on our folding bikes, which lack both suspension and wide tires.

Grades also tended to be moderate and easily achievable (note: we did have the gearing lowered on our Brompton folding bike before leaving). For the hillier roads in the east of Cuba, or the mountainous route that runs directly from Santa Clara to Trinidad, you’d be wise to bring a touring bike with a proper ‘granny gear’.

Accommodation: Most of our nights were spent in casa particulares; the Cuban equivalent of a Bed & Breakfast. They are easy to find (just look for the blue, angular symbol), set in family homes and were always sparkling clean. Storing bicycles safely inside was never a problem. There’s a wide selection in every town. Even though we were in Cuba during peak tourist season (Christmas / New Year’s), we never had to reserve. Casa owners are well connected with each other and often recommend casas in your next destination. If a casa is full when you arrive, chances are the owner will help find a place of similar quality.

Rooms were 25-30 CUC on average and breakfast cost 3-5 CUC per person. Laundry service was also available. We paid 8-10 CUC for a big bag of clothes (for 3 people) to be washed, dried and folded. This normally took a day, as the casas prefer to wash in the morning and leave the clothes drying all day on the line.

TIP: When looking for a casa, it pays to test the shower. Water pressure is an issue, so in some casas we struggled to get more than a few drops out of the shower head. The peculiar tendency to heat shower water with an electrically charged shower head (sounds scary but it works) also means that if there’s no water pressure the “hot” water quickly becomes scalding and your only real choice is cold water or nothing.

Cuba with a baby - great!Cubans adore kids. We snapped this picture as Luke practiced his newfound waving skills with a young girl.

With A Baby: Cubans love kids and couldn’t do enough for our son Luke. Ladies in the street played peek-a-boo with him. Burly looking men in bars waved enthusiastically. Casa owners took him on tours of the house while we ate. There seemed to be no end to the affection coming Luke’s way, and this is one very good reason to travel Cuba with a child.

In terms of supplies, we were told that disposable diapers were hard to find in Cuba. In fact, we saw the “Tenders” brand in most major cities but were told by locals that the quality of these diapers was below that of Western brands. We brought diapers from home and used 4-5 diapers a day on average. We also had 2 cloth diapers, in case of emergencies, and used them once but noticed that they took a long time to dry in the humid climate. In our opinion, it would be very difficult to travel Cuba using only cloth diapers.

We also brought 3 packs of baby wipes (used sparingly, they were nearly gone by the end of the trip), diaper cream (helpful against heat rash) and a small stash of emergency food like rice crackers and dried fruit. We were thankful for the food, as Cuban food turned out to be fairly salty. Luke was also breastfeeding. We only rarely saw formula milk for sale.

BudgetCuba has two currencies: one for tourists (the CUC), and one for locals (moneda nacional). If you can, buy in local pesos. It’ll be far cheaper.

Budget: We spent an average of €70 a day in Cuba. This covered everything: daily expenses, cocktails, bus journeys, a 100km taxi ride, souvenirs and the airport departure tax (25 CUC each, babies exempt).

To cut costs significantly, skip the expensive meals in your casa. They’re convenient and portions are generous but we were usually able to eat well at a fraction of the price from regular restaurants. For breakfast, a street stall can supply fresh juice, omelette and a shot of coffee for about 50 cents. The casa breakfast costs up to 5 CUC.

Food & Drinks: On the whole, you don’t come to Cuba for the food. It’s adequate but generally uninspiring. We also found it very salty and poquito sal (just a little salt) soon became a standard part of our vocabulary.

Rice and beans feature on just about every menu. A typical evening spread in a casa or traditional Cuban restaurant would also include a salad, a bowl of soup and chicken, pork or fish as a main dish. Desert tended to be guava puree with tangy Cuban cheese, followed by coffee. Sometimes the food was very good but we also ate a lot of overcooked, dry and chewy cuts of meat. After days of the standard fare we were thrilled to find pizza, spaghetti and Chinese food, all prepared surprisingly well and at reasonable prices by restaurants in the bigger towns.

If supper was hit-or-miss, lunch was a feast. We relished delicious street pizzas (available everywhere for pennies), glasses of fresh juice, batidos (a delicious iced fruit and milk shake) and occasionally a custard or sweet pastry for desert.

Street Pizza!
Street pizza was one of our lunchtime staples.

TIP: Keep your eyes open for enterprising Cubans mixing up cocktails on the street! One of our favourite treats came from the men who would often appear in city squares, combining juice and Havana Club rum in a blender to make delightful pina coladas for mere pennies. Nearby, you’ll often find street pizza and ice cream to counteract the alcohol.

For drinks, we carried a water filter and used it to fill our water bottles every evening. Bottled water was generally available from shops for $0.70 for a 1.5 litre bottle but sometimes only smaller bottles were in stock. Soft drinks and juices were easy to find, if not from a restaurant then reliably from every gas station, with the bonus of shady tables or an air conditioned room where we could relax while we drank.

TIP: Buy a big bottle of water and ask your casa owner if they will put it in the freezer for you. If you store it in a shady place the next day (in your panner, for example), you’ll have ice cold water all day long.

Internet: If you need a break from the online world, Cuba is a great place to be! Internet access is tediously slow and expensive. To check your email, visit the nearest office of the national telecoms provider Etesca and buy a 6 CUC card. This entitles you to one hour of access from any office in the country. We’re warning you though, it’s slow. Our basic webmail service was usable. Facebook? Forget about it.

Folding bikes on a cuban taxiOur folding bikes on top of a Cuban taxi.

Buses & Taxis: Taking a bus with your bike in Cuba isn’t a problem, although you should reserve a seat 1-2 days in advance in high season and expect to pay 5 CUC extra for the bike (having folding bikes didn’t exempt us from this fee). Taxis are also available and may even be cheaper than a bus, if you can find a few fellow passengers to split the fare. As an example of prices, we paid 60 CUC for a 110km journey from Las Terrazas to Pinar Del Rio. By bus, we would have paid 50 CUC for ourselves and our bikes.

With our folding bikes, we could fit everything into a normal sized taxi. With a full-sized bike, you’ll have to book in advance and make sure to ask for a car big enough for the bicycle. A van may be available, or your bike may fit on the roof racks commonly fitted to the retro 1950s cars.

Friedel on a Cuban bike.
Friedel on a Cuban bike.

Pitfalls: Like so many popular tourist destinations, Cuba has its share of hagglers and hustlers. The more touristy the destination, the more you have to keep an eye on your wallet. Overcharging in shops and restaurants is common and you will certainly be met with requests for money and gifts from people in the street. We rarely felt that this begging was based on genuine need. Standards of medical care, housing and food seemed – to us at least – to be far higher than in many other countries we have visited.

Also, make sure you bring plenty of spares for your bike. Although more and more shops are opening in Cuba the quality and availability of bike parts is still not great. In an emergency an intrepid Cuban mechanic might help you out but it’s better if you at least have spare tubes, spokes, multi-tool and some other basics in your panniers.

Local cyclist
We met a few local cyclists on our way to Trinidad.

Don’t Miss: Our favourite ride led from Sancti Spiritus to Trinidad; a delightful 70km with views of the sea to the left and mountains to the right, plus a healthy dose of cowboys on horseback. We passed through in January, during the sugar cane harvest, and this meant we could refuel on glasses of delicious sugar cane juice every few kilometers.

Almost everyone will pass through Havana and when you do, treat yourself to a cocktail in the Hotel Nacional. Their back garden is an oasis in the city. For a cheap and cheerful supper, try the roast chicken or pork skewer from Cafeteria Bahia on the waterfront (see details below). They also make an excellent (and strong) mojito.

Casa Recommendations, Restaurant Tips & More:

Havana To Vinales. About 25km out of Havana, the Bicycling Cuba book recommends stopping at Villa Cocomar for the night. The Villa is no longer open (as far as we could tell) but nearby, in a tiny village, is Casa Silvio (2 rooms available; about 50 CUC for 2 people, including dinner, breakfast and beer). There are no signs. You’ll just have to ask around. Any neighbour should be able to lead you to Silvio’s door. The entrance to the village where the casa is located is opposite the sign pictured below. If you see the go kart track on your right, you’ve gone too far.

Cycling To VinalesCasa Silvio can be found in a small village, just opposite this sign.

A little further on is the town of Mariel. It’s not interesting enough to stick around for the night (nor did we see any casas) but it is a bustling little town with many shops, ice cream sellers, snack stands and a Cadeca for changing money.

Next up is Las Terrazas. If you want to stay at the popular Hotel Moka then book in advance. There was nothing free in Las Terrazas when we arrived, so we stayed 4km outside the park gates at Villa Juanita (25 CUC for a room, including breakfast). You pass her house on the way to Las Terrazas. It’s well marked with a prominent sign and Juanita is simply a lovely person. We highly recommend staying here. A fridge next to the room is packed with beer and other drinks.

At this point, we needed to get a taxi to Pinar Del Rio city because of illness. Should the same happen to you, Juanita can arrange it. Cost: 60 CUC. In Pinar Del Rio, try to go to a baseball game. The stadium is near the city centre and tickets cost a mere 1 peso (about 4 cents). It’s great fun!

Boys at a baseball game in Pinar Del Rio
Boys in the stands at a baseball game in Pinar Del Rio.

Vinales is a very popular tourist destination. The best casas will likely be booked in high season unless you reserve. Many basic rooms are available for for 20 CUC but we “splurged” for something nicer and spent 3 days at Casa Miguelito y Pedro Miguel (rooms 25 CUC; address: 11a Rafael Trejo). Guests can use back patio with hammocks, and front terrace with rocking chairs. Some English spoken.

From Vinales, we put our bikes on the bus to Cienfuegos. Book ahead in high season. The bus was packed and some people were left behind.

Central Cuba Loop. We liked Cienfuegos and spent 3 days in the city, staying at Casa Luis Emilio y Odalys (Avenida 50, #3320). The room is huge with a good shower. There were terraces to relax on (30 CUC; breakfast 5 CUC each). In terms of restaurants, Dinos Pizza just up the street from the famous Union Hotel is a welcome break from Cuban cuisine. A pizza or pasta dish, beer or wine and maybe a starter comes to 4-6 CUC. The terrace on top of the Union Hotel is superb for pre-dinner drinks (great view) and for 10 CUC (including 7 CUC food credit) you can use their pool / jacuzzi for a day.

Next it was off to Santa Clara; one of our favourite towns in Cuba. It had a great vibe. The most popular place in town is Florida Centre but it’s often full (there are only 2 rooms). The friendly owner will help find another spot. At night, Florida Centre becomes a restaurant and we do recommend eating there. We had some of the best food in Cuba there and the garden is beautiful. For alternate accommodation try Hospedaje – Sra. Marta Garcia (Ave 9 De Abril (San Miguel) No. 16 E/Cuba y Colon. Tel. 53 (42) 207991). A room costs 25 CUC, breakfast 4 CUC. There’s an inside patio to store bikes. The rooms are big rooms with fridge, TV and air con. It was one of the best beds we encountered in Cuba!

In the nearby town of Remedios (famous for its fireworks festival), there are two very good hotels just off the main square: La Mascotte and the Hotel Barcelona. The first has a great reputation and the second looked equally impressive, as well as being brand new. It opened in 2012. We chose casa Haydee y Juan (Jose Antonio Pena 73, e/Maceo y La Pastora; Phone: 5342-395-082; email: haydejk AT enet DOT cu). Rooms are the standard 25 CUC and Haydee cooks a good shrimp dinner for a reasonable price.

Super-touristy Trinidad has many hotels and casas to choose from. We tried Casa Colonial Zenia where rooms face on to a gorgeous terrace (Camilo Cienfuegos 265, e/Francisco Cadahia y Maceo; 01528 11670. Zeniacadalso AT ymail DOT com) but they were full. The owner found us a spot at Hostal Sra. Indhira y Miriam (Francisco Cadahia (Gracia) 161, e/Lino Perez y Camilo Cienfuegos; Cel. (01)53657762 or (01)58191690). It’s not as atmospheric but does have a terrace, garage with parking for bikes and – best of all – fresh avocado from a tree in the yard! The meals here were good, if a bit expensive but then everything in Trinidad is expensive. The owner speaks some French.

Nearby Playa Ancon has one of the best beaches in Cuba. You can splurge on a resort hotel here but for a low-cost option, stay in Trinidad and make a day trip to the Grill Caribe restaurant. They have a strip of sand to lounge on, with beach chairs.

The Grill Caribe strip of beachThe beautiful beach at Playa Ancon.

Playa Boca is another village close to Trinidad, often recommended in guidebooks. We personally didn’t care for it. The village is tranquil enough but the beach is dirty (broken glass) and the sand flies are ferocious at sunset and sunrise. There are loads of casas if you do choose to stay here.

Varadero To Havana. In Varadero, you’ll find brand new accommodation and the best shower in Cuba at the casa of Orlando Trujillo (#201 Calle 59, entre 2 y 3 avenue; tel. 53 54 612 046; [email protected]). Costs are higher here (40 CUC for the room; 5 CUC each for breakfast.) but it’s good value, especially in the context of swanky Varadero. The casa owner speaks English.

For a cheap dinner, there is a sort of food court at the gas station at the end of 54th street (fried chicken, Italian restaurant, El Rapido). Also, the more you cycle towards the lower street numbers, the more budget options appear. We noticed El Criollo on the corner of 1st and 18th with a set menu for 2.50 CUC.

Playa Jibacoa. Here we stayed at Los Cocos campismo (28 CUC for a cabin, breakfast included). The Cabins are adequate but starting to show some wear in the form of mildew and chipped paint. Breakfast is only from 8:30 and was the worst we had in Cuba (no fresh fruit, one small coffee, some weird spaghetti thing with mustard and ketchup on the plate). Dinner the night before was better but still not great. On the upside, filtered and cold water is available from a chiller unit near reception. The beach is lovely. It might be worth splurging on the more expensive Chamleon Villas Jibacoa (also a campismo), which looked much nicer from the outside as we cycled past.

Havana. On the waterfront, we loved sitting at the plastic tables of Cafeteria Bahia, facing the bay. Our tip: the roast chicken. Delicious! Also very good pork skewers and moijtos. Dinner for two, including a couple drinks each, shouldn’t cost more than 12-15 CUC. A simple lunch for two, with a couple beers, is easily had for under 10 CUC. Find it on the Avenida del Puerto (San Pedro), near the Castillo de la Real Fuerza in Old Havana.

The flavourful food at Cafeteria Bahia
The flavourful food at Cafeteria Bahia.

Also great is the Taberna de la Muralla on Plaza Veija. They brew 3 types of beers and do beer cocktails if you want a (small) break from the booze. Before you go drinking though, cross the square to the Camera Obscura in the opposite corner. A lift takes you up a tower where a guide shows you the city as seen through the camera. Great views from the roof too.

For a change from Cuban food, head to Chinatown. It is – at first glance – quite drab but there’s one street worth checking out: Cuchillo. Red lanterns. Cheerful tables and, bizarrely, a pet market. We loved the spicy chicken at Tien Tan (no. 17). Portions are generous. One large plate of chicken, a small side of veggies plus rice is more than enough for two people.

Unique souvenirs can be found at PiscoLabis (San Ignacio #75, e/Callejon del Chorro y O’Reilly). Open every day from 9:30-7:30.

For casas, Melba & Alberto (Galiano no. 115, Apto. 81, e/Animas y Trocadero; Barracuda1752 AT yahoo DOT es) have a nice apartment in Centro Habana for 30 CUC a night, breakfast 5 CUC each. They’re very friendly and the patio has great views over Havana. The shower is also good and the breakfast is big and delicious. We liked Centro Havana better than the old city because it was less touristy.Very friendly couple. Patio with great view over Havana. Good shower. Big and delicious breakfast.

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  1. Jeff Jones
    19th January 2013 at 9:48 pm #

    Thanks for this! I’m looking at doing a cross Cuba bike trip in January next year and this information is very helpful.
    Ontario, Canada

  2. brenda
    19th January 2013 at 10:14 pm #

    Thanks for posting I’m so happy you are back safely. Will you be posting about how the Dahon performed

  3. Faustas
    19th January 2013 at 11:16 pm #

    Thanks for usefull tips! What would you think of wild camping while cycling in Cuba? We are 8 guys on the way to Cuba in March and having a dilema weather to bring tents, pots and stove with us or rely fully on casas. I know Cuba has issues with wild camping, but it’s very tempting to pitch a tent from time to time on the beach or so…

    • friedel
      20th January 2013 at 8:21 am #

      It’s hard for us to say, as we weren’t really looking for wild camping opportunities. We did notice that the land around the Autopista (motorway) was often unfenced and sparsely populated. It seemed to be ideal for wild camping. Between the towns on smaller roads, we felt that quite a lot of fields were fenced off.

      That said, I believe Anna ( camped a lot in Cuba, as did this fellow (and he’s a big fan of camping in Cuba):

      • Faustas
        20th January 2013 at 10:41 am #

        Thanks Friedel!
        I’ll check those links.

      • Katharina
        2nd April 2016 at 6:20 pm #

        Hm, wishfish is only available in an asian language – what did I do wrong?

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          8th July 2016 at 9:23 pm #

          Ooooh. Seems the page may be dead?

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  4. Rich
    22nd January 2013 at 1:17 am #

    I guess this answers my question. Thanks for the report. Sounds like what I had guessed. Interesting place.

  5. Margo
    22nd January 2013 at 9:08 pm #

    I was pretty certain Luke would be a big hit in Cuba. So glad to hear he was indeed so warmly welcomed!

  6. Gareth
    26th January 2013 at 11:08 pm #

    Fantastic article! Makes me want to go back and re-edit my own article on Cuba.
    Awesome that you took the baby along for the tour! You guys deserve some kind of bike touring medal for lugging all those diapers around the island – impressive!

  7. Tracy Christopherson
    27th January 2013 at 8:25 pm #

    Travel Tip: The Lonely Planet guide says that Hotel Moka will allow you to camp in Las Terrazas, but that is questionable. We rode up the long steep road to the hotel and were told that maybe we could camp down by the Banos de San Juan, which is down an additional 3km hill from town. So if you can’t camp there, then perhaps you could try camping at the Cuban-only Campismo in the park. We didn’t do any of this, as we were invited to stay in an unofficial casa particular in the town of Las Terrazas. The family had one room available, the food was amazing, and it is $20 a night. Ask for Maidalina (Maida) telephonono: 58359844 She lives down the dirt road by the electrical station at the junction of the road for the Banos de San Juan.

  8. Gareth
    27th January 2013 at 9:34 pm #

    RE: Camping in Cuba…

    My experience with camping in Cuba is that it’s easy to wild-camp almost anywhere outside the cities. I spent 3 months riding the whole island and found excellent camp spots on beaches, in mango groves, in grapefruit groves, in farm fields, next to rivers, and in forests. Cuba was like one big campground! Actual campgrounds are few and far between and usually a bit run down.

    Travelling Two was nice enough to link above to my article on the subject. Check it out here if you like . . .

    • Bill Hersch
      22nd December 2015 at 7:05 pm #


      I’d like to do a cycling trip to cross all cuba from side to side (about 750 miles) next year. Do you knw where can I get some info?

      I want to know basically if the roads are most of the time flat or if there are specific points with long ways up and down in order to calculate how many miles could I cycle per day without suffering. I have done several +500 miles routes around the world and my goal would be to cycle 75-80 miles/day at an average speed of 13 miles/hour.

      Thanks a lot!!

      Bill Hersch

  9. Nuno dC
    8th May 2013 at 3:52 pm #

    Thank you for this great article! I’ll embark on my 4 week odyssey through the island in a couple of weeks, and I’m getting the final details sorted. I just have a couple of questions to ask, if possible:

    I see you have road tires on your bikes – would you recommend those, or offroad ones? I still have no idea of what routes I’ll take, while there, but I might be going off the beaten path quite a bit. Do you think normal road tires will do the trick?

    Did you find any decent bikes on sale in there? I was thinking of trying to buy one there and then leave it there, or just taking an old bike and leave it there, regardless. What would you say is the most convenient option?

    I’ll be going alone, so I’m not quite sure of what I’ll find in there, but I’m very much excited about the whole trip.

    Thank you!

    • kelly
      27th December 2013 at 4:17 am #

      I have cycled there twice, in the east and the west. I would ride on 26in / 1.5 to 2 in tires, 26 inch tire are common in cuba but take a spare folding bead tire and tubes. The bikes in Cuba are not good, I would definitely take your own and leave it there if you can, they would love to have a decent quality bike.

      • Nuno
        6th January 2014 at 12:31 pm #

        Thank you for your answer, Kelly. I did my tour of the island already, and it wasn’t nearly as bad as I planned. I took a lot of spare parts and ended up leaving them in Cuba, together with my bike. I never had a flat tire or any big problem, the biggest difficulty was the heat and the big distances to cover without passing any cafes or anywhere where one could get a cold drink. An amazing experience, nevertheless. 🙂

  10. Valeri
    3rd July 2013 at 7:11 pm #

    Thanks a lot for the review – it’s very encouraging. And very brave of you both to hike with such a young kid. My 14 yo son and mt are planning a biking trip around Cuba this or next year (visited the country last year – but it was a common way – just beach and excursions).

  11. MIchelle
    17th November 2013 at 7:49 am #

    Thanks for an inspiring article. I have less than a month to plan a month long family vacay and you have convinced me that we can and should cycle tour cuba. We, being my husband and I and our ten month old and 3.5 year old!

    I have lots of questions but the main one being: why did you choose folding bikes? And were you happy you did? Did it make it easier to hop on buses or into cars? I am considering having two trailers or one trailer and one bike seat to seperate the kids when need be, so folding bikes might make our packing load a bit easier, but just wondering about your experience. Any advice would be great. Thanks!

    • paola
      25th June 2014 at 11:54 am #

      Michelle, did you go to cuba and how did you go with the kids?

  12. Jose Caicedo
    26th March 2014 at 2:27 am #

    Hello there,

    My girlfriend and I are about to embark on the same adventure and bike through Cuba this year. We will be arriving in Havana the second week of May and were
    wondering if you know of any bike rental places in Havana.
    We are traveling from New York via Cancun, Mexico and bringing the bicycles with us is going to be a little difficult

    I will appreciate your response

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful traveling experience with the rest of
    the world.


    Jose Luis Caicedo

  13. paola
    25th June 2014 at 11:52 am #

    we are going to cuba in january 15 with two kids a 2 and a 5 year old. did you find the distances between cities too long or ok for the kids to do in one go?

  14. Ann
    16th September 2015 at 5:10 pm #

    Did you have any troubles with dogs? I’ve done a couple of lovely rail-trail tours in the US but have been very particular about where I road tour after a few unpleasant encounters with traffic and dogs. Sounds like traffic isn’t an issue in Cuba, but what about dogs? Thanks.

  15. Ali Burke
    12th November 2015 at 9:42 pm #


    Fantastic post!

    We are thinking of heading to Cuba with our little monkey in a month or so… We cycled Alaska to Argentina right before I became pregnant and are itching to get back on the road. She’s eight months now.

    We had a few questions if you have time… First, our little one is super busy.. She’s happy in the chariot during quiet times, but wants to crawl, cruise, eat random things a lot… Did you find the casas were clean enough for your guy to explore on the floor? Were there other places that were good for play? Like libraries ? Second, looks like maybe you didn’t have a helmet for your babe, did you feel pretty comfortable without – in terms of traffic etc. Last, was there any concerns about the water for bathing… Just worried about her drinking it inadvertently and getting sick.

    I am such a typical new parent… But just want to set my mind at ease. Looks like it is an ideal place to cycle with a baby overall!

    Thanks again for all the info!

    Ali, Glenn and little Olivia

    • andrew.grant
      2nd January 2016 at 3:18 pm #

      Hi guys, just seeing this now. Yes, the casas were very clean so no worries there. No problems with traffic either. Overall we felt very safe. Didn’t see many places like libraries, the occasional worn-down playground. Mostly the people we met were the entertainment though 🙂

  16. Aimee
    11th December 2015 at 4:40 am #

    Hi. Great article. I think I am going to take you up your recommendation and ride from Sancti Spiritus to Trinidad. Two questions for you: Would you describe the ride as difficult? Also, I am planning on bringing and donating medical supplies on my trip, did you see an medical clinics on the route?

    • andrew.grant
      2nd January 2016 at 3:09 pm #

      We were doing it with a 10 month old, which means it wasn’t too difficult as touring with a kid means a fairly slow pace. Didn’t see any medical supplies but Cuba is opening up so quickly now, I doubt they need donations any more.

  17. Chris
    28th January 2016 at 6:29 am #

    Thanks for the great post. Lots of info: full of personal observations; bike-related logistics; accommodation contacts; and the tone you set makes the trip wildly inviting.

    …I’m going to use this as one of the main pieces of marketing material as I pitch the adventure to my family

  18. ines Maria lemes Csas
    24th February 2016 at 2:49 pm #

    le mando un beso grande a mike, por esa pagina tan interesante que ha creado sobre mi pais,y para todos que le gusta montar bicicletas.
    felicidades amigo

  19. Robin Whitehead
    14th March 2016 at 10:37 pm #

    How do you get the extension to the tourist card? Is it easy, I have a two month return flight?

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