Explore Cuba with RTW Moto Tours

From the historical to the exotic, Cuba has it all. Experience the tobacco fields, stunning beaches and colorful colonial cities of this once forbidden destination as you ride with moto-journalist and renowned Cuba expert Christopher P. Baker as your guide. Enjoy the sensual rhythm of the capital, Havana—a crazy, boisterous, and vibrant city teeming with ‘50s classic cars like a yesteryear Hollywood stage set. Savor such UNESCO World Heritage Sites as tranquil Trinidad, founded more than 500 years ago and frozen in time. Visit such iconic revolutionary sites as the Bay of Pigs, Che Guevara’s tomb, and Moncada Barracks, the site where Fidel launched the Revolution in 1959! And steep in Cuba’s renowned hospitality and an irresistible atmosphere that will penetrate your soul and remain with you long past your ride.


So, vamos a jugar en Cuba!

Tour Options:


Dec 2-10, 2017

$5,989 – base price

Including stops in Havana, Vinales, Bay of Pigs, Cienfuegos and Trinidad.


Dec 12-23, 2017

$8,095.50 – base price

Including stops in Havana, Vinales, Matanzas, Santa Clara, Cayos de Villa Clara, Trinidad, and Bay of Pigs.


Mar 12 – 26, 2018

$9,879 – base price

Including stops in Havana, Matanzas, Santa Clara, Cayos de Villa Clara, Camaguey, Holguin, Baracoa, Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba, Trinidad and Bay of Pigs.

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The key to legal travel to Cuba

For five decades, from 1961, ordinary U.S. citizens were barred from visiting Cuba. Then, in 2011, President Obama created a new educational license category to permit “people-to-people contact.” The licenses were issued solely to organizations—not individuals—for group travel. In April 2016, the “people-to-people” license was extended to individuals. However…

Forget taking your own wheels: It remains illegal under U.S. embargo laws to ship any motorcycle to Cuba. And the only bikes to be rented are flimsy scooters. The silver lining?… Every U.S. citizen can sign up for group “people-to-people” programs, which requires that each itinerary adheres to a full schedule of “meaningful interaction” with Cubans, as required by U.S. Treasury Department regulations.

Your program will be prepared under a general license for “people-to-people” educational exchange per Cuba Assets Control Regulations, 31 CFR Part 515 administered by the Dept. of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Controls, and will be prepared in accordance with said regulations.

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