Cuba Holiday Types

Cuba Holiday Types

What type of Cuba holiday are you interested in?

Cuba All Inclusive Holidays
Cuba All Inclusive Holidays

Cuba offers an excellent selection of All Inclusive beach resorts. All meals, beverages including the famous Mojito, non motorised water sports and evening entertainment are included.  Varadero is home to a string of All Inclusive hotels catering to all, whether you are a family looking for an active beach holiday, or a couple looking for an adult only resort. The eastern beach resort of Guardalavaca features the lovely Paradisus Rio de Oro adult only hotel. The outer islands of Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo Coco and the low key Cayo Largo are surrounded by turquoise waters that lap pristine powder soft white beaches and each has a range of All Inclusive hotels. Many of our All Inclusive holidays are combined with a few nights in Havana.

Cuba Fly-Drive Holidays
Cuba Fly-Drive Holidays

A Cuba fly drive holiday opens up the country and gives you a unique insight to the real Cuba. Our Cuba experts will help you design a tailor made fly drive itinerary to suit your personal interests. A classic itinerary would include the Vinales valley, drive through the unique landscape of tobacco plantations dotted with mogotes, limestone outcrops. Visit the colonial city of Cienfuegos and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trinidad with its cobbled streets, plaza's and museums. You can visit off the beaten track areas such as the valley of the sugar mills or the Escambray Mountains near Trinidad, or the quaint little town of Remedios near Cayo Santa Maria. Self drives are possible in Eastern Cuba but road conditions are poor so a guide is recommended.

Cuba Multi Centre Holidays
Cuba Multi Centre Holidays

Tobacco fields, mountain scenery, underground rivers, colonial cities, points of historical interest and prisitne beaches are just some of the reasons that make Cuba one of the Caribbean's most fascinating islands. A multi centre holiday to Cuba could include Havana and a beach, add in the Vinales Valley with it's unique mountain landscape and tobacco fields. A little further afield is the charming UNESCO World Heritage Site of Trinidad. The home of dance houses, Santiago de Cuba in the east, or for a low key beach destination, Cayo Largo to the south can all be combined to create your own tailor made multi centre holiday. A unique multi centre combines Cuba with the Mexican Riviera Maya.

Cuba Honeymoon
Cuba Honeymoon

Havana oozes romance, the old cobbled streets and crumbling 18th century buildings, sultry sounds of Cuban music spills out on to the streets from the doorways, lovers stroll hand in hand along the famous Havana malecon at sunset and dance in the streets to live jazz bands playing in open air bars. A honeymoon in Cuba can include a Havana city break combined with an all inclusive beach holiday at an adult only hotel. Or maybe take a fly drive adventure and see the real Cuba by driving through the beautiful countryside of Pinar del Rio and the Vinales Valley, or wander the cobbled streets of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Trinidad. Romance is in the air throughout Cuba making this fascinating island the perfect honeymoon destination.

Cuba Food, Culture & History
Cuba Food, Culture & History

Cuba has a history that stretches back to the days when Christopher Columbus landed in 1492. The Spanish colonised the island for almost 400 years. Cuba was the world's leading producer of sugar cane which bought in slaves from Africa, evidence of sugar plantations are still visibile all over the island, but best experienced at The Valley of The Sugar Mills near Trinidad. Cuba became the 1950's playground of the USA under the dictatorship of Bastista, and with that came corruption and drugs. Fidel Castro's Cuban Revolution was a revolt against the regime of Bastista and the government was reformed along communist lines. Havana boasts a range of museums that depist the lively history of the island.

Cuba Beach Holidays
Cuba Beach Holidays

Life is a beach in Cuba. Some of the Caribbean's finest beaches can be found in Cuba, ranging from the  busy beaches of Varadero offering a vast range of activities on the beach and in the sea. The outlying islands of Cayo Santa Maria and Cayo Coco are connected to the main island by causeways allowing you to explore the centre of country on a range of day tours. The eastern beach resort of Guardalavaca is more off the beaten track and the pristine beaches on the low key island of Cayo Largo stretch for miles so you are always sure to find a spot on you own. For pure escapism head for Cayo Levisa off the coast of the Pinar del Rio Province.

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