Havana Gardens, your multi-service company!


We are a travel agency in Cuba and a multi-service company created with the commitment to offer specific and customized solutions to the Cuban community located in the United States, with a wide range of services that provide fast, safe and reliable response to your shipments to Cuba and procedures.

We want to serve as a bridge for you with your family, to be the bearers of union and love in each shipment to Cuba that responsibly arrives at your destination, because the most important thing is that our customers are satisfied with the care they receive at Havana Gardens Multiservices, an agency created for you.

Havana Gardens Multiservices has Giraldilla Habanera as its corporate image, a symbol of love, faith and perseverance that has defied the passage of time and innumerable storms, a legend between Havana and Florida. The Giraldilla has inspired musicians, poets, artists and is also known as “The Force of Love”, our inspiration, a symbol that accompanies us in this adventure undertaken by two dreamy women who have created Havana Gardens Multiservices, thinking that we can because love, without a doubt, is the greatest force that moves this great universe.


Located In Beautiful Miami City

7276 SW 8 ST, Miami FL 33144

Phone: 786-391-0339
Email: info@hagartravel.com
Web: hagartravel.com

La Giraldilla … Our symbol

La Giraldilla is one of the most representative symbols of Havana and the oldest; It has been in El Castillo de la Real Fuerza for nearly 500 years, challenging hurricanes and the implacable passage of the patina of time. La Giraldilla is a legend of love, history, art, symbol, all enclosed in this statue, made by the Havana sculptor Jerónimo Martín Pinzón in the third decade of the 17th century.

Pizón was inspired by the great passion of Isabel De Bobadilla by her husband Hernando Soto (Captain General of Cuba in the years 1537-1539), who from the watchtower of the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, spent long hours with an eye on the horizon trying to discover the ships that would bring her husband back home.

Hernando dies in the year 1539 by an uncontrollable fever contracted on a trip to the Missippi River.
The sculpture of La Giraldilla was commissioned to be cast in bronze and placed on the highest part of the northwest bastion of the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, by Governor Juan de Bitrián and Viamontes between 1630 and 1634.