The Los Caminos del Café trips introduce visitors to another side of the island and its heritage by travelling to the heart of the old coffee plantations.
Follow in the steps of the French colonials and see what their day-to-day lives were like in the coffee plantations. Take a 360° trip into some astounding natural surroundings in the company of a local guide. Trot down the river and travel through time.
At the start of the 18th century, the revolutions of Haiti forced French colonials to flee to the region of Santiago de Cuba. These new inhabitants launched coffee production operations. This page in French-Cuban history is often forgotten, but led to a plethora of archaeological and cultural heritage sites, which were included on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2000.