What you'll do
Will ride, enjoying the flora and fauna of the Viñales Valley. We'll visit the home of a peasant friend of my family's to learn a little of our history, and hear about the traditional forms of cultivation on his farm. Tobacco is his main crop, and we will see how to roll a cigar and taste it, too. Later, we will visit the coffee plantations, see the honey-making process, and enjoy a local liqueur called Guayabita del Pinar. Then we'll continue riding along the panoramic views until we arrive at a lake, where we can take a dip or enjoy a "criollo" lunch made with local ingredients.
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Where you'll be
We will be riding through the Viñales Valley, enjoying the unique and spectacular views of this place. We will visit a peasant friend of my family's on a tobacco farm. We'll see a coffee plantation, and go for a swim in the lake.
Things to keep in mind
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Up to 10 guests ages 3 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.
I recommend you wear a hat or cap, long pants, and closed-toe shoes. Bring a backpack to keep your hands free, a swimsuit, sunscreen, and—most importantly—drinking water.
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