Che Guevara’s son selling motorcycle tours in Cuba

'Motorcycle Diaries' tour includes swimming with dolphins and five-star hotels

CHE Guevara’s youngest son is launching a motorcycle tour business in Cuba this month.

Ernesto Guevara’s ‘La Poderosa Tours’ - named after the Norton used by Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara when he toured South America for nine months in 1952 - will run trips on two different routes across Cuba using Harley-Davidsons.

The trips include overnight stays in five-star hotels and an afternoon swimming with dolphins, as well as visits to Santa Clara and Che Guevara’s base in colonial Havana.

A six-day tour starts at $3,000 (£1,900), while the longer nine-day tour can reach as much as $5,800 (£3,700), depending on choice of accommodation. Prices do no include flights.

Ernesto’s site says: ‘We will make your trip a unique experience, an unforgettable memoir. We will personally take care of every detail during your journey.’

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