Cuba: Journey to the Heart of the Caribbean
Cuba tells the powerful story of a land preserved in time, and on the cusp of dramatic change. Cuba audiences will see breathtaking landscapes, under the ocean surface to reefs and into streets with music and dance in the heart of Havana.
Cuban culture comes alive during the Carnival celebration, with brilliant costumes and dancing.Photo by: Provided The Carnival celebration in Cuba features vibrant floats, costumes, music and dancing, even as the skies threaten rain.Photo by: Provided Relics from a time long past, Cuba’s Cold War-era cars keep cities like Havana running as innovative mechanics Frankenstein cars back to life.Photo by: Provided The sun sets on a lush, tropical city skyline.Photo by: Provided Aspiring ballerina practices for an opportunity to join the famed Ballet Nacional, one of the most accomplished classical ballet companies in the world.Photo by: Provided Remnants of Cuba’s days as a Spanish colony are still reflected in its meticulously-maintained architecture. Preservation groups are diligently working to restore historic buildings across Cuba.Photo by: Provided The coral reefs that surround much of Cuba are one of the most biodiverse areas in the world, providing food, recreation and protection from storms for the island’s human population, and a complex ecosystem home for its sea life.Photo by: Provided Historic buildings and aging architecture soon to be restored populate the Havana skyline.Photo by: Provided