The Guanabacoa municipality, one of the oldest in Havana, is known for the practice of African-American culture of which Cubans have strong influences. This is your chance to discover the fascinating religious tradition of this town and knows their ancestors. Young entrepreneurs who live in this municipality enjoy teaching about the manifestations of their culture.
They will explain about the religions of Santería, Abakuá and Palo Monte that are practiced in Cuba and will take you with an independence Cuban Babalawo who can look at your past, present and future, and advise you. You will also visit the Guanabacoa Museum and walk down the street to experience the life of the locals in this community. The visit will end with a typical Cuban lunch on the patio of a private home. You will rest comfortably under the shade of an over 300 years Ceiba tree and enjoy local live music.