A new way to see Cuba
By the Cuba Journal staff
There’s a new way to see Cuba: by kayak.
Idaho-based ROW Adventures has announced plans to launch its first Cuba tour this November.
It’s called Cuba Unbound, and it’s the first of its kind in Cuba, a people-to-people kayak tour.
“This trip is a great offering for American travelers who want a more active Cuba experience, while still enjoying the people-to-people connections,” the company said in a release. “Sea kayaking adventures are a big part of our many of our trips. We actually have a sub-company called Sea Kayak Adventures, so these types of tours are not new to us. ROW has been around for over 35 years, and Sea Kayak Adventures for over 20. This type of adventure is our specialty.”
The company’s Cuba trips will run November through April.
Itineraries include places like the Bay of Pigs, Zapata National Park, Mangrove Bay and the bay of Playa Ancon, along with three days of snorkeling.
The trips also include explorations of Havana and other locations.