Entries by Marissa Daniella

Oriente Cuba: 7 Obversations We Learned

  Last week, Yoel and I embarked on an adventure of a lifetime– traveling to Oriente Cuba.  Neither of us had traveled beyond what I call the “tourist golden road” of Trinidad / Santa Clara. And what I found there changed many perspectives I have of the place we call home.  Often when people suffer […]

EXPLAINED: Cuba Legal Travel After Trump in 2019

Cuba Legal Travel just got a bit more complicated. After Trump rolled back on travel liberations made by the Obama Administration, he cut off not only “people-to-people” visa category but now the group educational category that affects largely cruise ships. But, No Need to Fear! Cuba Legal Travel is still here! Trump might have disrupted […]

Cuba Tornado: How to Help and Donations to Give

Cuba Tornado Donations and how you can help: On January 27th around 9:30pm, Havana’s outside neighborhoods were struck by an extremely rare powerful and devastating tornado. The rare weather accident has put thousands without homes, electricity, running water, or food since the incident occurred. It has affected large areas of Regla, Guanabacoa, 10 de Octubre, […]

Best Mojito in Havana

If theres one thing you must do in Cuba, its drink a mojito in Havana Vieja.  The classic and infamous drink around the world was born right here, in the island of paradise. When it comes to mojitos, almost every single restaurant and bar in Old Havana (Habana Vieja) has them, but not all are […]

10 Travel Tips for Solo Females in Cuba

Tips for Solo Females in Cuba: Solo female travelers face a challenge when choosing their next travel destination.  Is the country relatively safe? Are the locals friendly? Will I be okay to travel around by myself? AntohitjiereCuba not only checks off all of those concerns, but offers solo female adventures an experience they will never […]