#thecubatraveler

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(@cubacandela)

16 Hours Ago

Paseando ✨🏝✨

(@papisgrill)

3 Days 11 Hours Ago

Let’s get the weekend going! It’s always sunny over here 🎄☀️

(@cubacandela)

3 Days 18 Hours Ago

Once upon a time✨#incuba

(@cubacandela)

4 Days 14 Hours Ago

#throwback to #happytraveler @willsmith running The Havana Half Marathon last month. "We're here, we're in Havana, Cuba for my bucket list,” said Smith just moments before the race began. “I'm running a half marathon, I'm excited. You know, the energy is ridiculous in this place. I love Cuba.” Smith was in Havana as part of his 50th birthday celebrations 💘🇨🇺✨

(@remonrijper)

5 Days 4 Hours Ago

Viñales Portraits [2/3]. This tobacco farmer had this movie villain kind of expression when we asked him to pose, but he was actually a really friendly and fun guy. And I love the tool in his hand - no, not the cigar - that is adding a little bit of extra drama.⠀ •⠀ •⠀ •⠀ •⠀ •⠀ #cuba #havana #vinales #travel #cuban #thecubatraveler #cuba_vacations #vinales_gallery #endlesshavana #instatravel #natgeotravel #autenticacuba #cuba2day #portrait #portraitphotography #people #peoplephotography #becausepeoplematter #portraitvision #portraitfestival #portraitmood #portraitpage #portraits #postthepeople #portraitoftheday #pursuitofportraits #portretpaige #moodyports #voyaged #cnntravel

(@cubacandela)

5 Days 20 Hours Ago

En la lucha 🦋

(@cubacandela)

6 Days 21 Hours Ago

So fresh and so green ☀️🌿😎

(@sherrypardee)

7 Days 12 Hours Ago

PIZZETAS, sign from Cuba. #pizza #pizzeta #travelerincuba #cubanlink #thecubatraveler

(@cubacandela)

7 Days 20 Hours Ago

Bust a move✨💃🏻✨ Cuban culture has embraced and birthed many forms of dance, fusing together elements from European, African and native cultures. The contradanza, danzón, mambo, cha-cha-cha, and son all have their roots in the areíto rituals performed by the Taíno peoples, the island’s indigenous population. Other dance traditions brought to the island from West Africa and the Congo basin, gave rise to religious dances like those performed in the Santería, Yuka and Abakuá traditions. Along with their secular counterparts like the rumba. The intoxicating rhythms inevitably lead to the emergence of Latin dance styles in the United States, like the rhumba, which originated on the east coast in the 1930s and salsa, which developed in NYC in the mid-1970s.

(@papisgrill)

8 Days 13 Hours Ago

Happy December! Visit us every Thursday this month for $5 margs, mojitos and empanadas!! ☃️🍹