There are different types of circuit offers in Cuba to satisfy any taste and need. From the most typical route, combined between Havana and Varadero or Cayo de Santa María; o Cuba as a whole, which will allow you to discover the capital and the beautiful Viñales Valley, or enjoy the beautiful beaches of the island, such as Cayo Coco or Cayo Guillermo.
The island offers endless leisure possibilities for visitors who love nature, who seek to enjoy natural wonders, as for the more urbanites, who prefer to know the cultural heritage or nightlife.
Data of interest in a circuit Cuba in full
The different circuits allow you to choose how you want to get to know the island, including accommodation solutions, such as in family homes in Cuba, where the visitor becomes a guest of a Cuban family. You can also explore more on your own, without the rigidity of an organized trip, benefiting from the Fly & Drive program, consisting of six days of accommodation + car of your choice.
History, people and culture represent another powerful reason to visit the wonderful Caribbean island. Cuba is a fascinating place where you will find the colonial houses mixed with the cars of the 50s, and the wild beaches next to the sunsets on the Malecón, famous all over the world.
The beautiful beaches of soft white sand are the most attractive reason to visit Cuba: the coral reefs and the beautiful seabed will give you the feeling of being in an unreal paradise. Those who want to venture will do well to get away from the coast to navigate to the smaller islands of Cayo Largo and Cayo Coco, perfect for diving: the water here is completely transparent.
Cuba enjoys a tropical climate with average temperatures between 25 and 30 degrees. The year is reduced to two main seasons: the dry season, which runs from December to April; and the rainy season that runs from May to November, during which sudden and rapid rains may occur. If you travel in these months, you may want to have a simple raincoat on hand.
At the time of shopping, the local crafts offer carved wooden objects, lace, naive paintings, t-shirts, records and, of course, the best cigars and the best rum in the world. In the markets, you pay only in cash, and it is advisable to always have small denomination bills on hand. Bargaining is almost a tradition.
The culinary tradition is undoubtedly another incentive to choose a complete Cuba circuit: the local cuisine consists of a melting pot of flavors, a bit of Spanish and a bit of African taste. Cuban cuisine is typically Caribbean, based on rice and black beans, served with chicken, fish or pork, cooked on the grill, baked or fried.
In the restaurants of the hotels, along with certain local specialties, international dishes adapted to European or Anglo-Saxon tastes are also served.