La Rampa
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Regla
Museo Municipal de Guanabacoa
El Cristo
Comandancia del Che
El Morro
El Malecón

Price - from £110 per person depends on the number of participants

The life at the harbour, Santeria, the neighborhoods of Regla, Casablanca and Guanabacoa, the statue El Cristo, the command headquarter Comandancia del Ché, authentic Cuba and a very amazing view of the Havana metropolis. Today, you will cross the bay with your E-bikes to get to an almost forgotten part of the bustling Metropolis to the centre of Santeria and former slave trade. The eastern part of the bay could have maintained its charm and its originality and is rarely visited by tourists. This trip will overwhelm you with impressions of the authentic Cuban daily life style. Immerse into the world of Santeria, which was imported with the African slaves, at the same time you will learn how the metropolis built to defend itself against foreign attacks in the past. On the other side of the fascinating metropolis La Habana, a huge part of history is intact. Stopovers at some of the most famous places are part of this unusual excursion. Your guide awaits you with the E-bikes in the park Parque Mariana Grajales in Vedado. After a short introduction about the bikes, client’s bike adjustments to each individual height and some general information about the roads and rules of Cuban traffic, you are ready to begin your discovery-tour with the e-bikes toward the Bay of Havana. You start along the street La Rampa towards the former Hilton Hotel which was renamed “Habana Libre” shortly after the revolution and onto the Hotel Nacional, were the mafia once felt like at home. Along the Malecón, Havanas famous promenade, you head to Havana’s ferry terminal. There you catch a ferryboat, called “La Lanchita” by Cubans. This ferry will carry you to the other side of the bay. You will visit the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Regla before heading to Guanabacoa. In Guanabacoa you will see Cubas oldest car and learn more about Santeria. Going around La Bahía towards El Cristo you will gather some unforgettable experiences. Cojimar at the east coast is a spot not to be missed on your trip. This fishermen village was frequented by Hemingway very often. El Cristo is waiting for you and likewise a unique view of La Habana. You have the opportunity to visit la Comandancia del Ché with its original furniture before going to the Fortresses San Carlos de la Cabaña and Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro and going back to Havana by the ferry from Casablanca. Back in the city you can enjoy delicious meals at the Buena Vista Curry Club to recharge your energy. Afterwards you cross Habana Vieja and some historical places on the way to Malecón and finally come back to your starting point.

Duration: around 8h, 3h on the bike • English speaking guide
• E-bike
• Helmet
• 1 bottle of water 500ml
• Lunch (with 2 soft drinks)
• Entrance fee: Museum Municipal de Guanabacoa

CHILDREN: There is a no minimum age, only a minimum body height of 1.40m. For our future bikers we offer a special trailer o seat for kids. Max weight: 25 kg. The availability of these trailers / seats are always “on request”.