Cuba and things waiting for visitors when exploring Central America

In addition to Cuba, Mexico and Panama are also stops that give you a Latin-rich cultural experience.

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Ancient Cuba

Ancient Cuba

Havana - Cuba's capital is famous for its long old city streets. Visitors can walk on cobblestone streets to see hundreds of Baroque-style buildings. Havana also attracts tourists all over the world because it is the "capital" of cars like in the museum, here, many Chevrolet, Ford and Cadillac cars from the 1950s still run smoothly the street.

Don't be surprised when you see Cubans smoking cigars anywhere, from streets, shops, restaurants to bars ... because that's their pride.
Ancient Cuba
Arriving in Cuba, you can not ignore the Viñales valley recognized by UNESCO as a Cultural Heritage. You can visit cigar factories to learn the manual production process. In addition, the natural scenery with majestic mountains surrounding the green valley is also attractive to tourists.

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Ancient Cuba

Mexico - the cradle of many ancient American civilizations

The Mayan civilization left Mexico with precious heritages, including the Tulum ruins. Unlike other majestic ancient cities of Mayan, Tulum is located on the coast with a fortress surrounded. This place is also one of the best-preserved remaining ruins to this day. With human power, the ancient city walls built on towering cliffs allow visitors to enjoy sweeping views of the Caribbean.
Mexico - the cradle of many ancient American civilizations
One of the other admirable achievements of the Mayan is the ancient Chichen Itza citadel. In 2008, this architectural complex was recognized as one of the seven new wonders of the world. The Maya pyramids dating back over 1,500 years are the most remarkable highlight of this massive construction. Among them, the highlight is the Kukulcan temple.
Mexico - the cradle of many ancient American civilizations

Panama - immersing in the wild nature

Not only having the Panama Canal connecting two large seas, but the country is also famous for its diverse ecosystem. Panama gives you a true experience mixing into nature when you sit on a wooden boat upstream Chagres to visit the Indian Embera tribe. This is a tribe living in Chagres National Park, now they mainly rely on income from tourism.
Panama - immersing in the wild nature
Because of their isolation from the outside world, the Emberas still maintain traditional, cultural and linguistic activities. Guests will experience dance activities, enjoy craft products as well as buy souvenirs made by the people themselves.

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