Vinales Day Trip

Private Vinales Day Trip

Take in the incredible natural beauty of Western Cuba Approximately 10 Hours Flexibility with Group Size, Meeting Location and Start Time

Vinales Day Trip Pricing

2-3 people

€175.00 per person

4-5 people

€145.00 per person

6-7 people

€110.00 per person

8-9 people

€95.00 per person

10+ people

€85.00 per person

Our Private Vinales Day Trip

Our full-day Vinales day trip is the perfect way to discover all the spectacular natural scenery this area of western Cuba has to offer. As well as exploring the colourful colonial wooden homes of Vinales itself, no trip to the country’s agricultural heartland is complete without tasting the fruits of this labour, or visiting the fields and drying houses which produce Cuba’s most famous product – tobacco. This is exactly what you can expect from our private Vinales day trip!

About our Private Vinales Day Trip

Our private Vinales day trip can take place any day of the week, with pick up from hotels, casas, and locations across Havana. Your English-speaking guide will be with you throughout this tour, which includes all the relevant transportation on an air-conditioned private vehicle. Leaving the capital, you’ll soon be enveloped by the lush greenery and unique mogote landscapes of Western Cuba, which can be taken in from the Los Jasmines look out point. Leaving your vehicle, you’ll soak up the relaxed vibes in Vinales and learn about the crops in the surrounding fields, including all-important tobacco, as well as enjoying lunch at an organic farm.


Our Private Vinales Day Trip begins with pick-up from your accommodation at 08:00am and lasts for approximately 10 hours (including transfers)


This tour will take approximately 10-11 hours including transfers


Private Air-conditioned transportation


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 06:30pm


We are happy to accommodate singles, couples and groups.


Our Private Vinales Day Trip 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 Vinales Day Trip Highlights

Our private Vinales day trip is a wide-ranging guided tour of the region, with your dedicated guide ensuring you miss none of the area’s highlights.

⭐ Take in the incredible natural beauty of Western Cuba from the Los Jasmines look out point.

⭐ Sample the freshest of local produce with an inclusive lunch and drink at one of Vinales’ organic farms.

⭐ Explore the charming center of colonial Vinales township before heading out into the surrounding farmland on your private Vinales day trip guided walk.

⭐ Learn the secrets of Cuba’s cigars by visiting a tobacco farm and drying house where the leaves of the plant are prepared for the next steps of their journey into this most famous of Cuban products.

⭐ Stand back and admire the unusually spectacle of the brightly-painted Mural de la Prehistoria, stretching across the side of one of the regions mogote limestone formations.

⭐ Receive the attention of a knowledgeable dedicated English-speaking guide and travel in air-conditioned comfort.

Why not also consider one or more of our optional upgrades and extras? Take to the quiet roads around Vinales as part of a bicycle tour, step aboard a boat for a tour of the underground Indian Caves (Cuevas del Indio), or race through the foliage with a zip-line canopy tour. Simply get in contact for more information.

Private Vinales Day Trip Itinerary

Los Jasmines Look Out

On your journey from Havana you’ll stop off at the Los Jasmines look out point, from where you’ll be able to admire Vinales and much of the province of Pinar del Rio in all of its glory, taking in the multitude of greens and the bare sheer sides of the region’s unique limestone mogote hill-like formations that erupt out of the plains.

Guided walk of Vinales and the surrounding farmland

As you walk through the streets of Vinales’ colonial heart you’ll soon discover the magic of the township for yourself – a destination known for its friendly locals, relaxed atmosphere, and joyful music and dance scene. Heading out into the surrounding fields, you’ll encounter Cuba at its most rural and authentic, with farm labourers driving oxen-pulled carts through the plantations of manioc, banana, sweet potato, pineapple and mango.

Lunch at an organic farm

Your lunch and a drink are included as part of your private Vinales day trip. Given the quality of the produce grown locally in and around Vinales we’re proud to take you to the El Paraiso organic farm. Combining brilliant views of the surroundings with incredible foodstuffs, you’ll be charmed by Wilfredo and his daughters, who own and run this farm in the Valley of Silence.

Visit a tobacco plantation and drying house

From the fields where the enigmatic tobacco plants are grown you’ll be guided into a secadero – or drying house – where the wide leaves are brought to dry once they have been harvested. This marks just the first steps in a complicated process that results in the world-renowned cigars you’ll find being rolled in the factories of Havana, sold in its stores, and still banned in the United States as a result of Castro’s revolution and the trade embargo that followed!

Mural de la Prehistoria

Occupying a stretch of limestone on Mogote Pita some 120 meters in length, the mighty Mural de la Prehistoria may lead to mixed reactions but it is certainly impressive. Daubed in bright red, blue, and yellow, it incorporates a series of prehistoric animals to tell the natural history of the region. The dream of local artist Leovigildo Gonzalez Morillo, it was created at the time of the Cuban revolution, in 1961, and took a team of eighteen people four years to complete.

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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