Cuba Tours

Cuba Tours

Vintage 50s-era Cadillacs, music-filled rum bars, crumbling colonial buildings and wizened old men puffing on fat cigars. Cuba is a country of iconic images, a place that seems to age slower than the rest of the world.

From the dilapidated beauty of Havana to the tobacco farms of Viñales, things have barely changed here in the past fifty years. And while private enterprise and entrepreneurial attitudes have led to modernization, there’s little to suggest Cuba is about to lose its old-world appeal anytime soon.

Join our small group Cuba tours and learn more about the country’s unique history, culture, music, food and art. From charismatic cities to rural outposts, you’ll get to see some of Cuba’s...   Read More
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Visit the must-see highlights then discover little-known attractions most tourists never hear about.
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Get more value with all-inclusive trips featuring top-rated restaurants and hotels.
Expert local guides
Discover the country's true culture with the help of experienced local guides

 

 

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Our Cuba Tour Leaders

Our expert Adventures Abroad tour leaders will guide you to the atmospheric towns, cities and rural outposts of Cuba. Enjoy the country’s incredible music, art, cuisine and history in tour groups limited to just 18 participants.

Some of our tour leaders who have led these tours.

Andres Fernandez
Growing up in an international environment allowed me to interact with people from different cultures and learn from them. I would say that's when I…
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Chris Tripodi
I travel because it is the most interesting thing I can think of doing between meals. The magic and the challenge of this job is seeing the world itself…
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Melissa Nevison
With a background in history and museums I have worked with groups and given tours for years. I love to travel, to experience the thrill of discovering a…
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Victor Romagnoli
I love the excitement of getting up each morning on a tour and not knowing exactly how a day will unfold. It keeps me on my toes so to speak, and adds a…
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Where To Go In Cuba
Extraordinary history, unique culture, sun-kissed beaches and fun-loving locals. The reasons to visit Cuba quickly stack up. On our Cuba tours, you’ll see the best of this enigmatic island — explore the colonial charm of Havana, soak up the Caribbean flair of Santiago and travel to the dramatic karst landscape of the Viñales Valley.

 

Havana
Seemingly paused in time, Cuba’s capital is known for its faded colonial architecture, vintage Cadillacs and music-filled bars. But it’s also a city of grand avenues, hip cafes and a modern art scene.
Santiago De Cuba
The second-largest city in Cuba, Santiago de Cuba is a cultured and energetic destination with a Caribbean vibe, photogenic colonial centre and a great live music scene that spills onto the streets.
Camaguey
Culture vultures are in for a treat in Camaguey. Home to a vibrant arts scene, the city’s maze-like historic centre hides baroque churches, tucked-away squares, restaurants and pretty parks.
Bayamo
Bayamo has a timeless charm that will take you back through the centuries. Almost half the city still relies on horses for daily travel and classic colonial buildings line its pedestrianised streets.
Cienfuegos
Set beside Cuba’s most beautiful natural bay, French-founded Cienfuegos is an elegant city of pastel-coloured buildings, wide streets, quirky palaces and a spectacular marble-and-frescoed theatre.
Vinales
Set amid stunning limestone karsts, Viñales is a quiet village of rust-red tobacco farms and laid-back locals. See traditional Cuban life and enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding Vinales Valley
Frequently Asked Questions
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Do you need a visa to travel to Cuba?

Travellers who intend to visit Cuba for up to two months do not need a visa, but they must obtain a tourist card (tarjeta de turista) that’s valid for 30 days. Once inside Cuba, this card can be extended (Canadians get 90 days plus the option of a 90-day extension).

You must also have a ten-year passport (valid for at least two months after departure from Cuba), an onward or return plane ticket and health insurance. Please note, You cannot leave Cuba without presenting your tourist card.

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Is Cuba safe?

Cuba is generally a safe place to travel. Violent crimes are rare, but tourists are often the targets of bag snatching and pickpocketing, particularly in Habana Vieja and Centro Habana. The best advice is to keep your belongings out of sight and close to hand, especially in busy cities.

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When is the best time to visit Cuba?

The climate in Cuba is tropical and sunny, with a dry season (November-April) and a wet season (May-September). The dry season is generally the best time of year to visit Cuba — the days are dry and warm (averaging 27-29?C) while the nights remain pleasant and comfortable (averaging 19-21?C). Festival lovers might want to time their visit to attend major events, including the International Havana Jazz Festival in December, and the epic Carnival of Santiago de Cuba carnival in July.

 

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Vintage 50s-era Cadillacs, music-filled rum bars, crumbling colonial buildings and wizened old men puffing on fat cigars. Cuba is a country of iconic images, a place that seems to age slower than the rest of the world.

From the dilapidated beauty of Havana to the tobacco farms of Viñales, things have barely changed here in the past fifty years. And while private enterprise and entrepreneurial attitudes have led to modernization, there’s little to suggest Cuba is about to lose its old-world appeal anytime soon.

Join our small group Cuba tours and learn more about the country’s unique history, culture, music, food and art. From charismatic cities to rural outposts, you’ll get to see some of Cuba’s must-visit destinations, including Havana, Bayamo, Santiago De Cuba, Camaguey, Cienfuegos and Viñales.