Fast becoming the number one place to visit, Cuba is bursting with energy and colour. With four airports to choose from you can decide whether you prefer the hustle and bustle of Havana with its culture and classic cars or opt for The Cayos which boasts some of Cuba’s best temperatures and offers miles of stunning white sandy beaches on which there are a great choice of water sports on offer. Cuba is still very uncommercialised so now is a great time to visit. The people are very friendly and the cost of living is low. What more could you ask for. You can swim with the dolphins in their own environment, or watch the famous Cuban cigars being hand rolled in the streets, more reasons to put it to the top of your list.
The majority of the accomodation in Cuba is All Incuslive so you will be mostly hotel based. If you do venture into Havana or Varadero there are local bars where you can sit Mojito cocktails and sample local fayre.
Places Of Interest
Swimming with the dolphins at Guardalavaca beach has to be high on your list especially as it is in their natural habitat. Or if you fancy a spot of haggling at the market take a trip to Havana, wonder the streets and take in the colour and vibrancy of this amazing city. Watch the old cars whisk by, watch old ladies sitting at their doors smoking the hand made cuban cigars then top it off with a cocktail in Hemmingways bar.
Best Time Of Year To Visit
Year round but May to October can be a little rainy.
Credit/Debit cards issued by American banks not accepted in Cuba, Cash machines not widely available. You will require a 10 year passport with 6 months validity from the date of return and also a visa to enter Cuba. You must purchase the visa before travel.