Is there a lot of walking involved?

No there is not much walking but you are on your feet for most of two hours.
For the walking tour with food, we sit down the final hour.
There is opportunity to sit briefly when sampling the Cuban coffee.
The daily tour is for most part on  four blocks of the main street (SW 8th Street).

Is the tour mostly indoor or outdoor?

The tour is 60% outdoor and 40% indoor under shelter or in air condition.
It is recommended to always carry small umbrella in case of passing rain.
Tours continue rain or shine.

Are the stops congested with lots of tourists and are there less traffic areas to discover?

In high season, November through May, there are a few stops that are heavily congested given the booming interest in Little Havana. These stops are cultural highlights of the Cuban life and they are unique and therefore there is no alternative.

However we do offer private tours to cover other areas. Ask for the Rooster Tour or the Off-the-Beaten-Path tour if you have already taken our regular tour or would like to discover tucked away areas where few tourists go. Please contact our office to arrange your private tour.

Can you accommodate food restrictions?

If you sign up for the Walking & Food Tour, please advise the company if you have any dietary restrictions.  We can accomodate vegetarians or pork-free, no seafood.  We can not guarantee gluten-free or vegan options.