The participants have the choice whether they 21 or only 14 days to travel with. The stages are mainly along the sea and through not touristically developed rural areas. Some stages lead through hilly to mountainous terrain. The tour offers a unique opportunity to experience the fantastic and diverse landscapes of Cuba in direct contact with its people. On the 3wochigen drive with 14 stages with an average length of 70 km are visited include the Sierra Maestra, Santiago de Cuba and Baracoa. A light is offered to moderately difficult guided bike tour with a support vehicle in Central and Western Cuba. The stages of an average 43 miles a day run predominantly through flat, partly hilly, partly also a mountainous terrain.

But at any time the possibility to place back sections in the escort vehicle. Some stages are completely driven by bus, to visit on this trip, not only the historically interesting towns of Trinidad and Santa Clara in Central Cuba, but also in the West of the scenic Vinalestal. More intensive learning about the West of Cuba offers the tour of Havana and the West”. This moderately difficult guided bike tour without escort and luggage transport combines landscape very attractive stages with beach and city stays. And also at this tour, where the daily driving time on the 7 stages is approximately 4 to 5 hours, days off are to the rest and further learning about places visited the planned. As for all offers of the Cuba specialists the stay in Cuba with other travel components possibility also for the cycling”or to combine an individual extension of stay. Stays at the Caribbean beaches of internationally renowned resorts Varadero and Guadalavarca are especially popular after the tour.

And of course, individual tours for groups and circles of friends are possible. For the dates and the route can be set in the discussion with the interested parties according to the interests and possibilities of the participants. Until 31 October, an introductory discount of 3% on the is valid for bookings Travel price. More information on the Internet at Dieter Spath