Hundreds of thousands of people were deported from Africa during the colonization of America. In case they reached America alive, a life of slavery and mostly hard physical labor awaited them. These people weren't able to bring more from their homes in Africa than the clothes they were wearing, plus the one thing no one could take away from them: their culture and religion. The Africans' influences in America can't be overseen since, especially in music and in religious customs.
• City tour Oldtown Havana with focus on afrocuban religion
• Visit of the Museum of the Orishas in Guanabacoa
• Cultural evening with live music and percussion
• Visit of a special market for religious items
• English-speaking tour guide