Las Terrazas Tour

Private Las Terrazas Tour and Soroa Day Tour

Fusterlandia, Las Terrazas Township and El Salto Waterfall Approximately 8 Hours Flexibility with Group Size, Meeting Location and Start Time

Las Terazzas Tour Pricing

2-3 people

€165.00 per person

4-5 people

€145.00 per person

6-7 people

€115.00 per person

8-9 people

€98.00 per person

10+ people

€80.00 per person

Our Private Las Terrazas Tour and Soroa Day Tour

Our Las Terrazas tour is a full day private tour which includes additional stops at Fusterlandia on the outskirts of Havana, the beautiful green habitats around Soroa, and the mysterious ruins of a former coffee plantation. Bringing together an insightful tour that combines art, history, and natural beauty, one of our expert English-speaking guides will be on hand throughout to escort you through this charming part of Western Cuba so you don’t miss a thing.

About our Private Las Terrazas Tour and Soroa Day Tour

Our Las Terrazas tour begins with pick up in Havana at a convenient location for you in our modern air-conditioned vehicle. We’re able to meet our guests at casa particular accommodation, hotels, and even the capital’s cruise ship terminal. Here you’ll also meet the local guide who will be with you throughout this full day Las Terrazas tour. Pointing out places of interest as you leave Havana, you’ll make a short stop at the artistic wonderland that is Fusterlandia, before continuing on to the artists’ studios of Las Terrazas. The full beauty of this part of western Cuba can be explored amid the waterfalls and orchid garden of Soroa, and its history at the ruins of a coffee plantation slowly being recaptured by the surrounding jungle. Your Las Terrazas tour also includes lunch and one drink.


Our Private Las Terrazas Tour and Soroa Day Tour begins with pick-up from your accommodation at 09:00am and lasts for approximately 8 hours (including transfers)


This tour will take approximately 8 hours (including transfers)


Private air conditioned modern car or van


Services of a private English-speaking local tour guide, private air-conditioned transportation, lunch and 1 x drink, entrance fees


You will be returned back to your accommodation at around 05:00pm


We are happy to accommodate singles, couples and groups


Our Private Las Terrazas and Soroa Day Tour can depart on any day for your added convenience.


International flights - travel insurance - accommodation - visa & passport costs - drinks (unless specified) - tips - optional activities - airport taxes.

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Private Las Terrazas Tour and Soroa Day Tour Highlights

Our Las Terrazas tour gives you enough time to absorb the multitude of sights you’ll see without feeling rushed. Here are the highlights.

⭐ Enjoy the dedicated attention of a knowledgeable and enthusiastic local English-speaking guide throughout your private Las Terrazas tour.

⭐ Marvel at the colourful mosaics spanning the building exteriors of the fishing village of Jaimanitas, better known as Fusterlandia, in Havana.

⭐ Spend time exploring the artists’ studios, La Moka ecological hotel, and home of singer Polo Montañez in Las Terrazas township.

⭐ Bathe in the cooling waters of the majestic El Salto waterfall in Soroa.

⭐ Visit the hundreds of wonderful blooms at Soroa’s orchid garden.

⭐ Explore the ruins of the former coffee plantation Cafetal Buena Vista.

⭐ Be treated to a typical Cuban lunch and drink, included as part of our Las Terrazas tour.

There is also the option of including a zip line canopy tour, go hiking with a local guide, or swim in the San Juan River as upgrades and extras to our Las Terrazas tour. Simply enquire for more information.

Private Las Terrazas Tour and Soroa Day Tour Itinerary


Your first stop on your private Las Terrazas tour after pick up is on the outskirts of Havana, in the fishing village of Jaimanitas. It has been transformed through the actions of just one man – artist Jose Fuster – into one giant artwork. Having started with his own home, today more than 80 structures are decorated with mosaic-style tiles, with each personalized to match its incumbent’s nature. The outdoor art exhibition that is Fusterlandia continues to the chess park, and public swimming pools, as you’ll soon discover.

Las Terrazas Township

It wouldn’t be a Las Terrazas tour without spending time in the township itself. As you’re guided on foot through this small country town you’ll be able to see an authentic slice of local life, and admire the beautiful setting of the La Moka ecological hotel, as well as the home of famed Cuban singer Polo Montañez. There will also be time to slip into some of the many artists’ studios too, where you can see and buy unique artworks in pottery, wood, and paint.

El Salto Waterfall

Sometimes called ‘the gateway to the garden of Eden’ due to its fantastic natural setting, the picturesque village of Soroa is home to the stunning El Salto Waterfall. It drops an incredible 22 meters into an enclosed pool perfect for cooling off in, ringed by shade-giving trees and the sounds of the jungle. Don’t forget your swimming costume!

Soroa Orchid Garden

Located amid the Cordillera de Guaniguanico (Guaniguanico Mountains) in the Sierra del Rosario Biosphere Reserve, Soroa’s orchid garden was created in 1943 in an effort by Spanish landowner Thomás Felipe Camacho to improve on nature. Today the orchidario is home to more than 11,000 plants belonging to 700 different species from not just Cuba but from right around the world.

Cafetal Buena Vista ruins

Cuba’s oldest coffee plantation, the partially-restored ruins of Cafetal Buena Vista date back to 1801, when refugees fleeing the nearby nation of Haiti cleared the jungle for its first coffee plants. Now being slowly taken back over by the jungle, the silence of the ruins include much of the original property, including the quarters that housed the slaves who worked the plantation before its downfall.

Our tours are committed to
Supporting the Cuban People through:

  • Having the services of a full time local Cuban guide who you will spend time getting to know on a personal level.
  • Exposing you to the local Cuban people and steering funds toward its citizens. 
  • Allowing you to interact with Cuban’s from all walks of life, having a chance to hear their stories, and share your own. 
  • Eat at a Paladares (privately run restaurants) where meals are included.
  • Focusing on people-to-people interaction and cultural immersion.
  • Patronizing privately owned small businesses in Havana.
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