There is almost every ecosystem of the Caribbean in this small but diverse province. It is flat on the south coast, mountainous in the west, home to mangroves and swamps in the southeast and has protected wetlands on the north. The largest man-made reservoir in Cuba is here as is the only town in Cuba that has almost no 20th century architecture.
Declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Trinidad you can still almost sense the presence of 17th century Spanish garrisons and pirates in a place nearly frozen in time where the architecture dates back to the Spanish conquest during the 16th century.
Our two week trip was a great experience. The staff was impeccable with every aspect of the journey, from arrival in Miami for the charter flight to the amazing restaurants, walking tours and music excursions. To coordinate over 150 travelers for a premium tour would have been impossible without their wealth of knowledge and attention to detail. For myself, the band, and many of our guests, the trip was one of the best experiences of our lives!
— Director of Development, Preservation Hall Foundation, New Orleans.