Ready to take the next step in pushing yourself and raising money to help us support disabled children? Then join this once-in-a-lifetime cycling trip across Cuba!

This ten-day cycling expedition begins in the Cuban capital of Havana and ends by the Caribbean Sea in Trinidad some 350km later. Most of the cars on the road are large American Chevys and Buicks from before the revolution, and buildings have remained untouched for more than half a century. You can't help but be touched by the friendliness and pride that the Cubans feel for their country.

Outside of Havana, there are very few vehicles on the road and as Cuba has a strong biking culture, you will fit right in. You will pass villages separated by colourful fruit orchards, sugar plantations and tree-lined avenues. You will also see the monument to Che Guevara as you pass through Santa Clara.

You will cycle through Cienfuegos, which sits in a bay facing the Caribbean Sea and has attracted pirates through the ages, and continue to the magnificent Sierra del Escambray before finally reaching Trinidad.

You can spend your final evening dining and salsa dancing before returning to Havana.

This trip has been organised by Charity Challenge, the world's leading fundraising challenge operator. Best known for organising the Comic Relief celebrity Kilimanjaro Climb, they organise over 100 expeditions each year and have run a host of international challenges for charities.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email our Fundraising team.

Find out more about how you can take on an unforgettable challenge and help support our work.