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Cuba Travel Guide

"It is hard to convey the wonder, sensuality, and alluring beauty of Cuba"

If you are thinking on a Cuba holiday, then you’ve come to the right place. We have lots of expertise and years of experience organising trips to this fascinating Caribbean island.

Cuba is unlike anywhere else. A land that froze in time and remains much like it was in the 1950s. A spirited people, friendly and well-educated that welcomes visitors with open arms. World-class music, dance, and many other artistic expressions that captivate audience everywhere. Plus some of the best beaches, colonial towns, and scenery in Central America and the Caribbean. What’s not to like?

Where to go

Some of our favourite, must see cities, towns, villages, and tourist attractions around Cuba

Havana

Havana is nothing short of fascinating. The crumbling facades, the disquieting sound of 1950’s classic American cars filling the streets and mixing with the sounds of rumba, salsa, jazz coming from every household… it all comes together to create a cityscape that’s sensual and nostalgic, hopeful, and beautiful.

Vinales

The Valley of Vinales boasts Cuba’s most dramatic landscapes. The iconic limestone formations ( the Cuban mogotes) attract nature lovers in search for peace, quiet, endemic species or simply postcard-worthy natural beauty.

Varadero

Over 20 miles of powder-soft, white-sand beach and turquoise waters make Varadero the perfect Caribbean sun and beach destination. Some of the best all-inclusive beach resorts in the island are located here

Trinidad, Cuba

The beautifully colonial architecture of the town of Trinidad in southern Cuba might be the main feature that compels hundreds of travellers to visit a year. But this colonial gem truly has it all.

Cayo Santa Maria

Cayo Santa Maria is beautiful, unspoiled island off the northern coast of Cuba. A dreamscape inaccessible to travellers until some time ago when the six miles of virgin beaches were connected to Cuba’s mainland through a grand causeway made of natural stone.

Cienfuegos

Cienfuegos is a beautiful port city in the southern coast of Cuba, right in the middle of the island. It is known for its uncharacteristic architecture. Unlike many other colonial cities like Havana and Trinidad were the architectural influence is markedly Spanish, Cienfuegos looks remarkably like a French colonial town.

Cayo Coco

The extraordinary, powdery beaches of Coco are the primary attraction of the Jardines del Rey archipelago. It is Cuba’s answer to the rest of the Caribbean’s offering in idyllic sun, sand, and sea holidays.

Cayo Guillermo

Because of its sheer beauty, Cayo Guillermo is popular for weddings, a romantic getaway for couples and honeymooners, and a firm favourite among beach holidays fans. Read on to discover our selection of top-rated resorts

Santiago de Cuba

Santiago de Cuba is a fiercely independent city known as the epicentre of many of the historical turning points and cultural movements that make of Cuba such a fascinating place to visit. A city like no other in Cuba.

Baracoa

Baracoa, the oldest city in Cuba, lies to the far eastern tip of the island. This isolated coastal town is for many, the most beautiful place in Cuba. Because of its remoteness, it retains all the charm and could hardly be considered a tourist hotspot.

Wanderers