At 42,426 square miles, Cuba can’t possibly be consumed in small doses. This has become abundantly clear to me in recent weeks as Patrick and I have begun planning our first-ever trip to our home region’s largest island country. There’s so much to see, do and experience here that no matter how long we get to stay, I just know we’ll come away wishing we had more time.
All of this gives me a deep appreciation for today’s featured video. It traces a solid 24-hour span across Cuba in a tidy 2:30 through the magic of timelapse photography.
Like the timelapse posts we’ve shared previously – Trinidad, Old San Juan, Barbados and Pico Duarte in the Dominican Republic – this Cuba offering inspires the wanderlust spirit in us through some absolutely stunning imagery. The shots were captured in Havana, Santiago, Viñales, and Baracoa, providing a nice cross-section of several different areas all across the island.
All the credit goes to Ernesto Eduardo Dobarganes who produced the piece for CubaVideos.com. Check it out and let us know if it gets you excited to visit Cuba too!