Sunrise Tour with Organic Farm Visit in Viñales

Sunrise Tour with Organic Farm Visit in Viñales

Witness the breathtaking sunrise over Viñales Valley and immerse yourself in the local culture. Visit an organic farm, learn about sustainable agriculture, and enjoy a traditional Cuban breakfast.

From $15 Usd
1 Day
Walking Grade: Easy

Valle de Viñales

Scenic valley with traditional farms


  • Cuba


  • Nature & Wildlife

Group Size

  • 8 Travelers Max


  • Local guides specialized in the region

Not Included

  • Domestic flights
  • International flights
  • Additional drinks and meals
  • Medical insurance
  • Expenses not specified in the program
  • Tips

Minimum Deposit

  • 15 %

Payment Options

  • Credit Card
  • Paypal
  • Wire Transfer

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Sunrise Hike Vinales
Viñales Cuba


Sunrise Experience

Embark on a captivating journey with our Sunrise Tour with Organic Farm Visit in Viñales. Witness the breathtaking beauty of the Viñales Valley at sunrise, capturing the stunning panorama and creating lasting memories. Explore an organic farm, learning about sustainable practices and traditional agriculture. Engage with passionate farmers, gaining insights into the importance of sustainability. Stroll through lush fields, inhaling the scents of the countryside, and savor the authentic flavors of Viñales. Our knowledgeable guides will share the region’s history, culture, and traditions, making this an educational and enjoyable experience. Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of this rural paradise, letting the tranquility of the countryside rejuvenate your senses.

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About the Country

Cuba, the largest Caribbean island, is known for its cultural richness, breathtaking beaches, and vibrant nightlife. Its capital, Havana, enchants with its vintage charm, manifested in classic cars and colonial architecture.

Reasons to Go

1. Experience rich cultural heritage
2. Explore beautiful beaches
3. Enjoy vibrant music and dance
4. Witness well-preserved colonial architecture
5. Experience unique Cuban cuisine.

Country Facts

Official Name: Republic of Cuba
Location: Caribbean
Time Zone: Cuba Standard Time (GMT-4)
Capital: Havana
Population: Approx. 11.2 million
Official Language: Spanish
Government: Socialist Republic
Economy: Centralized planning, state enterprise system

Regions at a Glance

The major regions in Cuba include Havana, its bustling capital filled with vintage charm, Santiago de Cuba with its rich musical tradition, the verdant valley of Viñales, and Varadero known for its picturesque beaches.

Tourist Attractions

Havana’s old town, UNESCO World Heritage Site
The pristine beaches of Varadero
The tobacco fields and limestone hills of Viñales Valley
Trinidad, a beautifully preserved Spanish colonial town

Money Matters

Cuban Peso (CUP) for locals and Convertible Peso (CUC) for tourists. Major credit cards (except those tied to US banks) are accepted in larger cities, though cash is king in rural areas.

Packing List

Lightweight, breathable clothing. Comfortable footwear for city walking. Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen for sun protection. Waterproof gear for rainy season.


Cuba’s rich culture is influenced by its indigenous, African, and Spanish roots. It is known for its music (particularly salsa), cigars, rum, and baseball.


Options range from budget “casas particulares” (private homes) to luxury resorts. Safety is generally good, but solo female travelers should take usual precautions.

Visa Requirements

Passport valid for six months after your departure. Tourist Card (visa) which can be purchased from Cuban embassies or authorized airlines. Visit the Cuban Foreign Affairs Ministry website for more information.

Emergency Contact Numbers

Emergency: 106
Ambulance: 104
Fire: 105
Police: 106

Cultural Etiquette

Cuban laws are strict, particularly with respect to drug offenses. It’s essential to respect local customs, especially not photographing military or police installations or personnel.

Electricity, Plugs, and Voltage

110V, American-style flat two-pin plugs. An adapter is needed for other plug types.


Tropical climate year-round with a rainy season from May to October. Lightweight, breathable clothing recommended. Raincoat or umbrella useful in rainy season.

Public Transportation

Public transportation includes buses and trains, but they’re often crowded and unreliable. Private taxis and car hire are available but can be expensive.

Language Spoken

Primary language: Spanish
English is understood in tourist areas, less so in rural areas.

Sustainability Tips

Avoid littering, respect local customs and cultures, support local businesses. Avoid supporting businesses linked to human rights violations.

Useful Apps & Websites

Google Maps for navigation
XE for currency conversion
Duolingo for learning Spanish phrases

Cuba, with its unique charm and rich culture, promises an unforgettable travel experience. Remember to respect local customs, enjoy the local cuisine and music, and above all, take the time to interact with the warm and welcoming Cuban people.

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