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Western Cuba Bicycle Tour

Begin in Cuba’s capital, Havana, in the heart of the historic old city. Marvel at the antique cars, stunning architectural restoration projects and engage yourself with the friendly locals as we make our way to the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in the Sierra del Rosario mountain range and National Natural Monument Viñales.

At Soroa, spend your afternoon in the orchid garden, visit the waterfall or indulge in a fantastic massage after your ride. Continue through rural countryside to National Natural Monument, Viñales Valley, and Los Jazmines with a panoramic view of the pincushion hills (mogotes) and valley below. Back in Havana, we like to wrap up our week with an afternoon cultural activity, and a farewell dinner hosted by your rep at a local paladar restaurant.

Group Tour Prices
Dates USD/pax Rooms Remaining Cyclist Seeking Roommate Last Date to Register
  • Start: 19/11/2017
  • End: 26/11/2017

$2865.00 double

$3275.00 single

11 No 20/10/2017
  • Start: 17/12/2017
  • End: 24/12/2017

$2920.00 double

$3330.00 single

14 No 17/11/2017
  • Start: 04/02/2018
  • End: 11/02/2018

$2865.00 double

$3275.00 single

14 No 05/01/2018
  • Start: 18/02/2018
  • End: 25/02/2018

$2865.00 double

$3275.00 single

14 No 19/01/2018
  • Start: 11/03/2018
  • End: 18/03/2018

$2865.00 double

$3275.00 single

14 No 08/02/2018

Western Cuba Bicycle Tour Detailed Itinerary

Day 1

Accommodations overlooking the ocean in Miramar at Hotel Copacabana (or similar). If you’ll be in town in time we often make a suggestion for a group restaurant/dinner and coordinate a 7:30 pm reservation there for any participants interested in getting together for a meet & greet this evening. A buffet meal is included for dinner at the hotel for anyone not interested in checking out alternative venues or turning in early.

D | (0 km/0 mi)

Day 2

Early breakfast at the hotel and 08:30 pickup for a short drive to our bicycle storage facility. Transfer east of Havana where we’ll ride from the Escaleras de Jaruco north to the towns of Hershey and Santa Cruz with elevated views of the north coast enroute.

Our ride ends at Guanabo beach at El Piccolo paladar where wood-fired brick oven pizza’s the lunch specialty. They feature a small-scale urban agriculture project and a fowl/small animal collection. Guanabo or Santa Maria beach time can be provided before continuing into Havana for a panoramic bus tour of the capital.

Dinner tonight at El Ajiaco, a Cuban specialty restaurant in the fishing village of Cojimar.

BB, LB, DB | (46 km/28 mi)

Day 3

Breakfast at the hotel, depart by van then cycle inland to the Sierra del Rosario Biosphere Reserve.

Our ride ends at Soroa Hotel where we have lunch at the entrance to the waterfall before a free afternoon to explore the orchid gardens, hiking or horseback riding.

Accommodation at Soroa or late afternoon transfer to the town of San Diego de los Baños for lodging at Mirador de San Diego.

Dinner at the hotel.

BB, LB, DB | (25 km/15 mi)

Day 4

Breakfast at the hotel, begin cycling the central road through small villages to Viñales for lunch at the Palenque de los Cimarrones before checking out the view of the valley from the Los Jazmines lookout.

Accommodation and dinner this evening at Los Jazmines, La Ermita or Rancho San Vicente.

BB, LB, DB | (54 km/33 mi)

Day 5

Breakfast at the hotel and return to Viñales to cycle through the valley bordering the Sierra del Infierno to Pons.

Continue through Cabeza to the mountains for lunch at La Guabina. This province is noted for growing the best tobacco in the world.

After lunch return to Viñales for a tour of a private botanical garden and dinner at at El Olivo.

BB, LB, DB | (64 km/39 mi)

Day 6

Breakfast at the hotel and cycle along the north shore this morning before lunch at the Farmer´s House in Las Terrazas and free time for swimming this afternoon at the San Juan river.

For those interested in hiking or exploring, Las Terrazas is a very successful experiment in sustainable development and reforestation.

They also feature the first and one of only 2 zip lines in Cuba (optional, payable locally) with a scenic view over the lake and community.

Accommodations and dinner at La Moka eco lodge.

BB, LB, DB | (45 km/27 mi)

Day 7

Breakfast and ride the central road towards Havana.

Family-style chicken & all the trimmings are on the lunch menu at El Aljibe restaurant in Miramar.

Check in to Hotel Copacabana Farewell dinner hosted by your representative tonight at San Cristobal paladar in Central Havana.

BB, LB, DB | (40 km/24 mi)

Day 8

Breakfast at the hotel. End of services.

BB | (0 km/0 mi)



  • BB: breakfast w/ beverage
  • LB: lunch w/ beverage
  • DB: dinner w/ beverage
  • AI: All Inclusive

Itinerary and hotels subject to availability.

Western Cuba Bicycle Tour – Hotel list by tour date

Check-in Check-out Property Area
19-nov-17 21-nov-17 Hotel Copacabana Havana
21-nov-17 22-nov-17 Mirador de San Diego San Diego de los Baños
22-nov-17 24-nov-17 La Ermita Viñales
24-nov-17 25-nov-17 La Moka Las Terrazas (Artemisa)
25-nov-17 26-nov-17 Hotel Copacabana Havana
17-dec-17 19-dec-17 Hotel Copacabana Havana
19-dec-17 20-dec-17 Mirador de San Diego San Diego de los Baños
20-dec-17 22-dec-17 La Ermita Viñales
22-dec-17 23-dec-17 La Moka Las Terrazas (Artemisa)
23-dec-17 24-dec-17 Hotel Copacabana Havana
04-feb-18 06-feb-18 Hotel Copacabana Havana
06-feb-18 07-feb-18 Mirador de San Diego San Diego de los Baños
07-feb-18 09-feb-18 La Ermita Viñales
09-feb-18 10-feb-18 La Moka Las Terrazas (Artemisa)
10-feb-18 11-feb-18 Hotel Copacabana Havana
Check-in Check-out Property Area
18-feb-18 20-feb-18 Hotel Copacabana Havana
20-feb-18 21-feb-18 Mirador de San Diego San Diego de los Baños
21-feb-18 23-feb-18 La Ermita Viñales
23-feb-18 24-feb-18 La Moka Las Terrazas (Artemisa)
24-feb-18 25-feb-18 Hotel Copacabana Havana
11-mar-18 13-mar-18 Hotel Copacabana Havana
13-mar-18 14-mar-18 Mirador de San Diego San Diego de los Baños
14-mar-18 16-mar-18 La Ermita Viñales
16-mar-18 17-mar-18 La Moka Las Terrazas (Artemisa)
17-mar-18 18-mar-18 Hotel Copacabana Havana

What’s included

  • Experienced Canadian company representatives for in
    country reception and support
  • Souvenir water bottle, rental of handlebar map bag or rear insulated trunk bag & helmet (some clients prefer to bring their own helmets, saddles, and clipless pedal/shoe systems and we have no problem with installing those on our equipment)
  • Professional mechanic on tour
  • Experienced bilingual Cuban and Canadian guides
  • Air conditioned support bus day 2-7
  • Accommodations as per itinerary, mainly 3-4* properties, all with private bath & a/c
  • Meals as per itinerary (all meals except dinner on Day 1 include minimum of one drink)
  • Cuba cycle jersey (includes shipping to your home)
  • WoWCuba reps take care of tips for restaurants and accommodations (porters, reception staff, musicians, etc.) while on tour with you. If you feel the services of your Havanatur tour guide, Transtur driver and WoWCuba/MacQueen´s Island Tours tour leader warrant recognition, gratuities are welcomed. Click here for more info on tipping etiquette in Cuba.
  • Snacks and cold beverages provided for rides.
  • High quality, professionally maintained 27-speed hybrid bicycles outfitted for touring. Our current touring fleet consists mainly of the the Specialized Sirrus Comp, the Specialized Vita Comp and Specialized Vita Pro although we do have other options available to satisfy the individual needs of our clients. We also have a limited number of Evox electric-assist bikes available for a small upgrade fee. Other companies may claim that their bikes are the best in Cuba, but we are certain those in the know will agree that noone offers a comparable rental fleet to ours. Our Specialized bikes have a MSRP of $1000+ and are maintained by one of the most experienced, knowledgeable bicycle mechanics we know.

What’s not included

  • Additional beverages
  • Additional gratuities
  • Medical and cancellation insurance
  • Cuban departure tax
  • International flights
  • Tourist visa
  • Passport fees
  • Optional excursions, museum fees, theatre and items of a personal nature etc.
  • Private or collective transfers from/to airport upon your international arrival/departure. Inquire when requesting quotation.

Guaranteed Departures & Available Discounts

All tour dates are guaranteed to operate for paid participants with the following condition:

If the minimum number of cyclists on a tour (5, except 10 for Vuelta) is not met, then MacQueen’s Island Tours/WoWCuba reserves the right to offer the advertised itinerary accompanied only by our tour leader/mechanic in a support car/van.

Unsold tour space is normally released 30 days prior to tour departure.

Cycle Tour Early Booking Bonus:
$50 CUC/person discount to the first 4 cyclists to register and pay deposit on any group cycle tour (may be combined with alumni discount) Not available. View details here.

Back-to-Back Tours:
Second consecutive cycle tour, Deduct $95 CUC per person, plus 10% discount. Bicycle jersey excluded from 2nd tour.

Alumni Discount:
5% off the land only price for repeat participants. View details here.

Early Bird Group Discount:
5% off the land only price for groups of 6 or more booking together 90+ days prior to tour start. View details here.

What Clients Are Saying About WoWCuba Bicycle Tours

If you're looking for a great way to tour Cuba, choose WoWCuba cycling tours. There is no better way to see the country than cycling through sugar cane and rice fields, waving and shouting "Hola" to farmers on their horse-drawn buggies, exploring small villages and towns as well as the larger cities. The bikes were excellent and the guides were exceptionally experienced and knowledgeable, being Cubans or Cuban/Americans themselves. They even arranged for salsa dance lessons before heading out to tour Trinidad's nightly music and dance events!

M. (Mary) McCammon

If you want to see Cuba, going by bike on a WoWCuba tour has to be one of the very best ways to do it. There’s nothing to compare with a warm breeze on your face as you ride by horses, motorcyclists and other bikers, exchanging “buenos dias!” as they go about their day. WoWCuba staff are knowledgeable, helpful and good-natured. I loved getting to know the warm and kind people of Cuba and will always be grateful to WoWCuba for my wonderful trip.

T. Bruner

Go with WowCuba. They've been doing these tours for over 20 years. They totally know what they're doing. They have relationships throughout the country - when we'd go to a restaurant, invariably the owner would come and kiss or hug Danny. They're knowledgeable about bikes and cycling - Danny has worked with bikes since he was a kid. They go the extra mile - they really take care of their guests, even baking birthday cakes, ensuring there's good wine at dinner, introducing us to Cuban specialties. Between their expertise in cycling, knowledge of Cuba itself, and caliber of service, you can't go wrong.

K. Persky

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