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Booking Period:10/1/2015 - 12/31/2020
Travel Period:10/1/2015 - 12/31/2020
Vacation Code:Cuba

Experience the Dynamic Culture and Rich History of Cuba

The many colors of Cuba come to life through the eyes of the people: Cuban artists, musicians, architects, dancers, fishermen, farmers and even baseball players. Share in the customs and traditions of an island nation that’s been shrouded in mystery for 50 years via one-on-one conversations with the locals, demonstrations and exploration.

From its beautifully adorned churches and vintage cars to world-renowned cigars and a lush, tropical climate, Cuba will transport you to a bygone era, waiting to be rediscovered.

Cuba Things To Do

Cuba is truly an island of enchantment with fascinating museums, meticulously preserved colonial cities, white-sandy beaches, and cobbled streets filled with brightly assorted vintage cars and grandiose squares begging to be explored.

Visit Havana’s incredible Malecón, or seawall, which stretches five miles and is decorated with students, tourists and live musicians.

Get lost between the historic walls of the University of Havana, built in 1728 it has a rich heritage and beautiful buildings.

Whet your appetite with delicious Cuban sandwiches and succulent pork-filled empanadas from street food vendors.

Although much of Havana feels like a time warp, no place is a better representation of Cuba’s colorful heritage than the beautifully restored Plaza Vieja. Brightly painted and home to art museums, outdoor cafes and more, it’s one of the most popular squares in the city.

End your day with a visit to the incredible Morro Castle, which was built in 1762 to guard the entrance of Havana or with a tour of Finca Vigía, Ernest Hemingway’s prized Cuban home.

Take the bus to Baracoa and enjoy rich chocolate, one of the city’s biggest exports.

Enjoy the stunning views of El Yunque Mountain, the second-tallest mountain in Cuba, located inside a tropical rainforest.

Spend a lazy afternoon soaking up the sun on Varadero, Cuba’s most illustrious resort town with more than 3,000 miles of sparkling coastline.

There's so much to uncover, taste, and experience in Cuba – get there while it's still unchartered.

Contact one of our travel experts to start planning your own colorful Cuba getaway. 

Hi, I'm Donna Cheek.

I first started doing travel in 1997. I immediately fell in love with the travel business and wanted to travel to as many places as I could. My first destination was Vegas and at one point I was going to Vegas 3-4 times a year; after that I expanded ...
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