One of the things I loved most about Cuba was its vibrancy. It’s a bright and colourful country, a nice change from our dreary winters and beige houses here in Canada.
Colours of Cuba
In Havana, pops of colour breathe life into the worn, sometimes crumbling buildings. Classic cars, many with immaculate, glossy paint jobs, drive up and down the Malecón bringing tourists into the heart of Old Havana.
A trip out to Guanayara National Park will have you surrounded by lush trees, ferns and vivid tropical flowers, blending to make up the beautiful scenery of the Topes de Collantes nature preserve.
After a busy day exploring all that Cuba has to offer, there’s nothing better than sitting on a beach in Varadero, watching a glowing sunset fade into dusk.
Here are some photos from my collection that capture the colours of this wonderful country. I hope you enjoy these vibrant photos of Cuba!
Topes de Collantes and Guanayara National Park
If these photos have you wanting to plan a trip to Cuba, you may find our First Time Visitor’s Guide to Cuba helpful.