The island nation of 42,000 square miles has nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites. That's almost 40% as many as the United States, clocking in at a massive 3.8 million...
Author - Talek Nantes
Talek Nantes is an Amazon best-selling author, digital content creator and founder of the travel blog, www.travelswithtalek.com. Talek’s personal and professional background have led her to travel to over 110 countries. She has lived and worked throughout the world. Talek speaks several languages, has an MBA and a master’s degree in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania. She lives with her husband in New York City and Miami. Talek offers culturally immersive tours to Cuba to share her heritage with others.
Some statues are of well-known personalities like John Lennon and Ernest Hemingway. Others are mysterious characters known only to a few.
Traveling to Cuba is great, but how you travel is just as important.
Meet the world's smallest bird and come face-to-face with the Cuban crocodile that can leap up to 6 feet in the air.
Spaniards have been migrating to Cuba since Columbus first laid eyes on the island and called it “the most beautiful land human eyes have ever seen.”
Plus a bonus that will make the rum drinkers cry every time a new bottle is opened and St. Anthony's position for love.
The status of these wonderful native Cuban animals ranges from vulnerable to critically endangered.
It goes way beyond whether or not salami belongs on it. Where was the Cuban Sandwich invented? The top contenders are Tampa and Miami. Let’s investigate.
Havana’s Chinatown was once the largest and most successful Chinatown in Latin America. Then the Chinese disappeared.
The cars, cocktails and cigars are why many go to Cuba but to get a deep sense of the island's history, you'll want to add these cemeteries to your list.