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Rum, revolutionaries and salsa rhythms: Cuba’s allure is impossible to resist

Adventure Holidays in Cuba

With a quixotic blend of revolutionary history, irresistible salsa sounds, vintage cars, white sand beaches and crumbling colonial beauty, Cuba tours can be as captivating as contradictory. On a trip to Cuba, explore the Havana’s steamy cellar bars and tango houses; head to Viñales, a pretty sleepy town situated in the fertile rolling countryside where they produce tobacco for Cuba’s famous cigars; and Trinidad, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its salsa, cobbled streets, and coloured houses. Of course there are museums here, but better to keep your eyes peeled as 1950s cars rattle alongside the sweeping coastline and crumbling colonial mansions.

But make your Cuba holiday happen now. For the clock of commercialism is ticking, and the the faded, time-warped naivety that has made it so special is not likely to last much longer…

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Cuba Adventure Holidays

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A Taste of Cuba

A lively cultural week featuring the Island's must-see highlights and traditional homestays

Guided Group, Tailormade Adventures

8 days Excl. Flights
Activity Level: Leisurely
4.5 / 5

Cuba’s Top Adventure Holiday Experiences

1. Havana: photogenic, atmospheric and unique, in Havana drum beats, the sounds of strumming guitars and the buzz of local life fill every street. 

2. Caribbean beach life: crystalline waters, palm-fringed beaches and Caribbean tranquillity are to be found everywhere along Cuba’s coastline. Visit ever-popular Varadero and beautiful Cayo Saetia, until recently the restricted private reserve of high ranking communist officials.

3. The history of Santiago de Cuba: the stage for the most important events of the revolutionary struggle makes almost every street corner of this city famous. It also holds on to clear musical routes with a hedonistic carnival every July.

4. Trinidad: this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site awash with perfectly preserved cobbled streets, pretty churches and grand colonial mansions with painted shutters.

5. Walking and nature: Cuba's unvisited Western Province, Pinar del Río is a paradise for walkers, bird watching and opportunities to discover tropical plants, visit small private farms and working plantations. There are plenty of beautiful beaches nearby, too.

6. Cycling Cuba: few Cubans are able to afford cars so roads are surprisingly empty, perfect for exploring on two wheels. 

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We offer more than 500 holidays across 100 countries on all seven continents. And although we’ve grown in the last 40 years, our philosophy stays the same: to bring like-minded people together on authentic adventures, with minimal impact to the environments and cultures we visit. We only work with reputable partners, with whom we’ve built longstanding relationships, and work on various community and environmental projects around the world. Read more about our Responsible Travel initiatives here.

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