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Holiday Cuba

The many tourists that visit Cuba leave  with lasting memories of an island lost in a 1950’s time warp with the colourful old American cars, smiling faces, the smell of its famous Havana cigars, cocktails, rum, paint peeling old colonial buildings and fascinating architecture.   A vast amount of Latin America’s music and dance appears to have started in Cuba hence the  intoxicating  rhythms of  salsa  and rumba have a profound influence  around the island – both to the locals and visitors alike.   Cubans, like their music, can be described as  loud, expressive,  warm, generous, and extremely friendly people – always ready to please and to share their island

Before too many changes take place ….. head for Cuba



Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Havana, transfer to your hotel.

Day 2: Explore this fabulous colonial town on foot or in a 1950’s American car.

Days 3-4: Drive through rural countryside to Viñales, a small town surrounded by tobacco plantations and table top mountains. Explore the area horse-riding, mountain-biking or day walks.

Days 5-7: Drive to the village of Las Terrazas and stay at the lovely eco-friendly countryside hotel, La Moka. There is a pool, canopy zip-line and good walking and bird watching.
Days 8-10: Drive to Trinidad, a beautifully preserved colonial town (UNESCO World Heritage Site) set in some of Cuba’s loveliest scenery. Plenty of time to explore, walk in the nearby mountains or relax on a white-sand beach, just a short taxi-ride away.

Day 11: Return to Havana for the final night.

Day 12: Transfer to airport.

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