This is a 3-hour cultural tour through a humble but evolving neighborhood, Little Havana, boasting a kaleidoscope of culture, traditional customs, and vivid colors.
Take a tour with an experienced, local resident and stroll through one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods where waves of events changed the landscape every decade.
Weave in and out of streets that mark the site of secret ritual offerings, the very location where the Bay of Pigs was planned, and the fountain of youth for the mature resident. Sample homemade Cuban food including the classic late night sandwich and savory plantains at a family restaurant. Watch cigar rollers follow a decades-old technique to create the finest cigars. You’ll find out which cigar JFK liked so much that he bought the entire national supply before launching the embargo.
Join this 3 hour cultural tour and experience:
A fun and informative walk through Little Havana
Hear stories from your local guide who deftly offers an up-close glimpse into the intricacies of the area
Sample some classic Cuban bites including a Cuban sandwich, fried plantains, roast pork, and Cuban coffee at a family restaurant (eat a light breakfast!)
Witness the chickens cross the road and pet the local pet pig!
Enjoy this boutique service, where your tour guide Christine or Flavia can answer any questions about the history, the food, the people, and the politics. Guides will gladly take your photos for your entire group so no one is left out. It’s like having a concierge, tour guide, and local friend all in one.
What Is Not Included?
Gratuity for your tour guide.
IMPORTANT ABOUT FOOD SAMPLES: A preplanned menu is selected: Coffee, sodas, juices are NOT INCLUDED but may be purchased by client on their own.
Tour Meets at Bay of Pigs Monument in Little Havana, city of Miami (mainland)