Beginning in the capital we explore the cobbled stone streets of Old Havana with its colourful culture and compelling history. We then fly to Baracoa, Cuba’s oldest and most isolated town at the eastern most end of the island. Here we enjoy the natural surrounds before continuing on to the lively music filled streets of Santiago. We climb to the turrets of San Pedro Fort for great views and a highlight is a ferry ride to the tiny red roofed fishing village on the island of Cayo Granma.
Our Cuba tour travels on to the central highland town of Camaguey where we explore the narrow streets by bicycle taxi before arriving at the coastal village of Trinidad. Time here for some great optional activities including walking, horse riding and swimming. At Santa Clara we reflect on the Cuban revolution at the Che Guevara memorial and from Cienfuegos we stop to swim at the infamous Bay of Pigs before arriving back in lively Havana.
|• Walking Tour Old Havana||• Parque Cespedes|
|• Revolution Square & the Capitol Bldg||• San Pedro Castle|
|• Classic Convertible Car Tour||• Cruise to Cayo Granma|
|• Havana Malecon||• Mausoleum of Fidel Castro|
|• Rum Museum & Cigar Factory||• Camaguey Cyclo Tour|
|• Cocktail at Hemingway’s Bar||• Trinidad Walking Tour|
|• Baracoa – Cuba’s First Capital||• Trinidad Home Stay|
|• Canoe Ride on the Yumuri River||• Che Guevara Memorial|
|• The Parra Cross||• Palacio de Valle in Barracoa|
|• Guantanamo||• Bay of Pigs Museum|
|• Santiago de Cuba Walking Tour||• Bay of Pigs Swim or Snorkel|
DAYS 1 – 3 – Havana, DAYS 4 & 5 – Baracoa, DAYS 6 – 8 – Santiago & Cayo Granma, DAY 9 – Camaguey, DAYS 10 & 11 – Trinidad, DAY 12 – Santa Clara & Cienfuegos, DAY 13 – Bay of Pigs & Havana, DAY 14 – End Havana.
Provisional Cost: USD $4395*
Provisional Single Supplement: USD $1050*
* Paid in Australian dollars calculated on the due date using the bank buying rate for US Dollars cash.