Cuba Destinations

Cayo Levisa
Cayo Levisa
Located off the north-west coast of Cuba, this peaceful island is protected to ensure the natural beauty is unaffected by mass tourism. One side of the island is covered in wild mangroves whilst the other side boasts long stretches of powder soft white sand facing the Gulf Of Mexico.
Cayo Santa Maria
Cayo Santa Maria
Declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, Cayo Santa Maria and neighbouring Cayo Ensenachos can be reached by a short flight from Havana or by land from Santa Clara or Trinidad. Long white sand beaches are located to the north of the island and mangrove swamps to the south.
Cienfuegos
Cienfuegos
Cienfuegos was founded by the French colonists from Bordeaux and still exudes a distinctly Gallic influence in its buildings. The city has a number of interesting sites including the Jagua castle and old cemetery in addition to providing an attractive and relaxed atmosphere.
Guardalavaca
Guardalavaca
On the north coast of the Holguin province to the far eastern side of Cuba, lie stretches of lovely white sandy beaches, including Playa Esmeralda, Playa Costa Verde and Guardalavaca beach. Just over two hours' flight from Havana will get you to Holguin, and then it's a couple of hours by road to Guardalavaca.
Havana
Havana
Anything goes in Havana and that’s just how we like it. It’s a crazy mix of eras where you can cruise down the streets in a 1950s Cadillac or a rickshaw. With so much going on, it’s easy to miss something, but we can make sure that your slice of Havana has everything covered.
Jibacoa
Jibacoa
Located just an hours' drive from Havana, Jibacoa is a superb beach destination in a relaxed setting, a quick get away from the capital. It is mostly used by Cubans so has an authentic feel, though can fill up at weekends and be peaceful mid-week. Here the Caribbean water is crystal clear and perfect for snorkelling and diving.
Las Terrazas
Las Terrazas
The western province of Pinar del Rio is known for its stunning scenery, a landscape of prehistoric looking flat-top mountains or "mogotes", tobacco plantations, caves and rivers and verdant plateaux. The Viñales Valley and Las Terrazas are both found here, easily accessible from Havana and perfect for some relaxation after the bustle of Havana.
Santiago de Cuba
Santiago de Cuba
The eastern city of Santiago de Cuba is set between the foothills of the Sierra Maestra and the coast and has a unique atmosphere quite unlike that of the humid capital, Havana. It is the country's second city, known as the "Cradle of the Revolution" and historically very important as it was here that Fidel Castro launched an attack on the Moncada barracks heralding the start of the Revolution.
Trinidad
Trinidad
Trinidad is known as the museum city of the Caribbean and is probably the best preserved colonial city in Cuba. It is an historic city and a UNESCO World Heritage site, worthy of a few days exploration. Sites include the Farmer's House, Musuems, Casa de la Trova, Santa Ana Church and the Palace of Sanchez Iznaga.
Varadero
Varadero
Varadero, two hours by road from Havana, has 20 kms of some of the best beaches in the Caribbean. People come here for the beach and excellent watersports, conveniently close to Havana, though it is Cuba's chief resort and consequently more developed than other coasts.
Vinales
Vinales
Just a couple of hours drive from Havana, the countryside around Viñales is spectacular. There are caves to visit with an underground river system, and horseriding and birdwatching excursions available. Viñales itself is a small, friendly place and worth the walk into town.

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