La Habana (Havana), the capital of Cuba, is a city full of oppositions and contradictions. Its main attractions are its beautiful historic center, exceptional architecture, the revolutionary Cuban iconography (from El Malecon to the Plaza de la Revolución (Revolution Square), passing by La Giraldilla) and its broad range of cultural offers, which makes the Havana village one of the best destinations to visit in Latin America. The history of Havana is truly fascinating, and in it, you can find interesting museums, impressive restoration projects, and a magnificent artistic and cultural heritage. Paintings, murals, novels, poetry, puntos cubanos (a Cuban music genre mixed with poetry), rumbas, the wonderful feeling in the fun Havana streets and the colorful murals will delight your senses. You will discover, behind every corner, all that this wonderful city can offer: from street music to the cabaret. One of the more attractive aspects of Havana is to see how everyday life pans out in the city: happy children playing baseball on the street, street troubadours, a group of people doing maintenance on a Plymouth from 1955 in the middle of the street… and the peculiar way in which the people of Havana, the habaneros, project themselves, create, and live above all, enjoying life. Learn about their stories and the passions that move them as you enjoy an entertaining game of dominoes and the atmosphere of tranquility that the city breathes. Variety and color aren’t only shown through the habanero art and culture, as the city’s mobile car park is one of the most impressive in the world. Hundreds of classic cars from different eras and styles make this mobile park one of the most iconic in the world. Taking a ride in one of these spectacular vehicles will make your journey a true luxury of a whole other era. The capital of Cuba amazes, with its lively nightlife and music culture that flows from all the boulevards of life. Life in Havana is spectacular, where all the musical styles are represented and live with great frenzy. The city offers a wide range of live and impromptu concerts, and in many streets and plazas you will find great local artists.
The Bob Marley Museum is the former home of reggae legend, Bob Marley. Learn about the life and accomplishments of one of Jamaica's greatest musicians. The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician's home, which he purchased in 1975. The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician’s home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring 19th-century architecture, was Marley’s home until his transition in 1981. It was converted into a museum six years later by his wife, Mrs Rita Marley. The main museum displays Marley’s personal treasures. The property also features a well-equipped 80-seat theatre, a photographic gallery, a record shop and a gift shop filled with a wide array of Bob Marley memorabilia. Relax and enjoy a sumptuous meal from the One Love Café after you’ve completed your tour, which offers a peek into every aspect of Bob Marley’s life. The museum continues to honour Bob Marley’s life and legacy through the Bob Marley Foundation, which implements social intervention projects. These projects aim to preserve the spiritual, cultural, social and musical ideals that guided and inspired Bob Marley throughout his life. Since its inception, the Foundation has successfully implemented several projects, all geared towards transforming lives.
The Rastafari village was created 10 years ago as a cultural sharing center, healing ground, and sanctuary. We promote, protect, and preserve traditional Rastafari practices. Villagers coexist in a living, working, preservation village. Drumming and chanting ceremonies are an important ritual in the elevation to the spiritual world of Rastafari. Irits is our monthly acoustic gathering curated with the aim of creating balance by harmonizing music, food, healing, and art, with culture, preserving living aspects of Jamaican heritage, blending live music, an ital vegan cuisine and local artists. Rastafari view on horizontal society, equality with an identity where each is an owner onto themselves based on ability, with tourism as a tool to promote, protect and preserve our culture, an authentic Jamaican conscience for humanity.