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Key West Sunset Champagne Cruise
"Meet your crew at Key West’s historic seaport to start your sunset cruise aboard the Marquesa a 69-foot (21 meter) catamaran. Key West is known for its otherworldly sunsets and while most crowds watch it from Mallory Square you can be out on the open water relishing the sea breeze in your hair. As the Marquesa opens her sails grab a glass of provided sparkling wine homemade sangria
From $39.00
Key West Tall Ship and Crawl
"Experience this salty adventure by land and sea. On the piratical tall ship you can help raise the red sails or relax and watch the unfurling of the awesome Crimson sheets as you take in the sights of the Historic Seaport Sunset Key Christmas Tree Island and seize a view of Fort Zachary Taylor State Park from the safe harbor of the Gulf of Mexico. This will not be your average sail nor your average crawl. This tour is a great afternoon of food tasting drinking and sailing presented with a hint of Piracy. The Caribbean flavors will be showcased with a good variety of surf and turf tastings to fill you up and of course some stellar choices of drink will be included. Join us for an unforgettable afternoo""
From $116.00
Key West Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour
"Explore Key West while hopping on and off at any of our designated trolley sightseeing stops. Visit over 50 points of interest with this all day pass as our expert guides provide live narration and entertainment with stories only locals could tell! Audubon House) LaConcha Hotel (Margaritaville Oldest House Museum) Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center (Fort Zachary Taylor State Park U.S.S Mohawk) Higgs Beach (White Street Fishing Pier West Martello Tower) Southernmost Point (Southernmost House Mansion Upper Duval Street Shopping) Ernest Hemingway House Museum (Lighthouse Museum Bahama Village) Key West Bight (Schooner Wharf
From $20.00

Tropicana Tips (4)

Tropicana: Nice show

Tropicana is a little expensive to go to but i think that you should go there if you are in Havana. The music is good, the costumes is fantastic and the artists are very good.

Dress Code No special dresscode but people coming there tend to have nice evening clothes on.

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Mar 22, 2007

Tropicana: Cabaret

Tropicana is the oldest Cabaret show. It's located in Havana. There are dinner and show tours nightly or over night from most hotels and resorts. Its a grand show at an outdoor theatre with many dancers in elaborate costumes.

Dress Code No dress code.

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Jun 29, 2006

Tropicana - Superb entertainment: Tropicana - Superb entertainment

Even though the Tropicana cabaret is a bit pricy it’s worth every convertible pesos.

The dancers, the dresses and the live music all make you just sit back and enjoy the atmosphere at the outdoor scene that is converted to a dance floor for the audience after the show.

I had a ringside seat and almost had to duck when the skirts were whirling :-)

If you want to take pictures it’s an extra 5 CUC.
You can see more of my pictures from Tropicana at

If you want to take video it’s an extra 15 CUC.

My recipe for the camera was checked twice. Just keep it in you shirt pocket and the whole deal of showing it is a 3 second thing - no need to take your eyes off the show!

The fantasies in the show can challenge everyone. When my 7 year old nephew saw my pictures he was totally amused: “She’s dancing with a chandelier on her head. It’s lit, and it hasn’t even fallen from the ceiling? :-)

Jul 25, 2005

Tropicana: Tropicana, a paradise under the stars

The Tropicana Cabaret is Cuba's most famous cabaret. Opened in 1931, it's known as the "Paradise under the Stars" and it has been pleasing crowds ever since. Surrounded by lush vegetation visits can enjoy a glittering spectacle featuring over 200 singers, dancers, musicians and vocalists.

Tickets can be ordered by phone from 10am – 6pm or buy them at the ticket booth at 8:30 pm (call ahead of time to check availability) reservations can be made through any travel agency desk located in most of the hotels.

Some different daily offers U can choose from to enjoy the show:
- 1rst offer
1/4 Botella de Ron (3 years Old)
1 Refresco.
1 Botella pequeña de vino Freixenet.
70 cuc/pax

- 2nd offer:
1/4 Botella de Ron (5 years Old)
1 Refresco.
1 Botella pequeña de vino Freixenet.
1 Hors D’oeuvre.
Table close to the scenary
80 cuc/pax.

- 3rd offer
1/4 Botella de Ron (5 years Old o Whisky)
1 Refresco.
1 Botella pequeña de vino Freixenet.
1 Hors D’oeuvre.
1 fotografía
90 cuc/pax.

To include dinner with the reservation, 10cuc more per person.

Dress Code No shorts, no sneakers, no sandals

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Jun 24, 2005
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