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Cathedral Square - Old Havana Ministry of Interior - Revolucion Square National Capitol Building - Havana Our Lady of Charity of El Cobre in Santiago de Cuba Castillo del Morro - Santiago de Cuba Camaguey City Trinidad - View of the town from top Plaza Mayor - Trinidad Tomas Terry Theater - Cienfuegos
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Trip Duration: 8 Days / 7 Nights
Trip Type: Escorted Tour
Includes Airfare: YES
Accomodation: 2 nights in Havana and Santiago de Cuba, 1 night in Camaguey, Trinidad, and Cienfuegos.
Weather: Havana, Cuba
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Tour Includes:
  • International Airfare from most major Cities in Canada.
  • Domestic Flight Havana to Santiago de Cuba.
  • Two nights 4* accommodation in Old Havana with Breakfast daily.
  • Two nights 3* accommodation in Santiago de Cuba with breakfast daily.
  • One night 3* accommodation in Camaguey with breakfast daily.
  • One night 3* accommodation in Trinidad with breakfast daily.
  • One night 3* accommodation in Cienfuegos with breakfast daily.
  • Five Lunches as per itinerary.
  • Five Dinners as per itinerary.
  • All airport transfers.
  • All Land transportation while sightseeing as per itinerary.
  • All Guided excursions, English speaking Guide as per itinerary.
  • Destination Representative assistance
Havana - Cuba Average Temperatures
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
High °C 25 26 27 28 30 31 31 31 31 29 27 26
Low °C 17 17 18 20 21 23 23 23 23 21 20 18
Rainfall (mm) 64 69 46 54 98 182 106 100 144 181 88 58
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DAY 1 - Monday: Arrival to Havana
Welcome to the Cuban Capital. Your Guide will transfer you to your Hotel. Your package includes 4* accommodations with breakfast daily. Upgrades to 5* accommodations available. Overnight in Havana.
DAY 2 - Tuesday: Havana - Santiago de Cuba
Breakfast at the Hotel. Your Guide will assist you with your flight transfer to Santiago de Cuba, the second largest city in Cuba. Your ticket is included. Upon arrival you will be assisted with transfer to your hotel in Santiago. Dinner at hotel. Breakfast included. Overnight in Santiago de Cuba.
DAY 3 - Wednesday: Santiago de Cuba
After breakfast visit the Gran Piedra Natural Park, located on a great mountain that houses the largest Caribbean monolithic rock with a beautiful view from its observation point. Visitors will experience beautiful, colorful flora and exotic wildlife. Next visit La Isabélica Coffee Plantation, a UNESCO World Heritage site at the bottom of the mountain. Explore the ruins of this 19th century coffee plantation learn about the history of the trade. After that get ready for a tour of the second most important city in Cuba, Santiago De Cuba, recognized by its history and music and famous for it's cultural life and historical buildings. It is also known as the Capital of the East and home of the Son and of the Cuban Revolution.
Grab some lunch in a local restaurant and then in the afternoon, visit the Cuartel Moncada (a famous barracks named after a war of independence fighter and is now a school and museum), Parque Céspedes (a large city square full of cultural heritage, colonial architecture and a large statue of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, the man who issued the Grito de yara (Cry of Yara) declaring Cuban independence in 1868), Castillo del Morro (a fortress on the coast overlooking the bay and is the best preserved example of Spanish-American military architecture. It also has a history of coming under attack by pirates and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Santa Ifigenia Cemetery (A cemetery where some of Cuba's most famous residents have been laid to rest. Be on the lookout for the tombs of Tomás Estrada Palma; Cuba's first president, Frank and Josué País; fathers of Cuban independence, and Emilio Bacardí y Moreau of Bacardi Rum legacy. Many victims of the War of Independence are also buried here.) And lastly, Diego Velásquez's house (Once the home of a Spanish conqueror and the first governor of Cuba it is now a museum showcasing colonial life and features French, British, Spanish and Cuban furniture and architecture).
Return to the hotel for dinner. Rest of the day at leisure. Breakfast Lunch and Dinner included. Overnight in Santiago de Cuba.
DAY 4 - Thursday: Santiago de Cuba - Camaguey
Breakfast and then depart to Bayamo. On the way you will visit Santuario del Cobre, a Basilica named for Our Lady of Charity, the most important Saint of Cuba, in the village of El Cobre. Legend says that sailors lost at sea found a statue of the Virgin floating in the water and that she led them to shore. A basilica was built to honor the statue. Next arrive in Bayamo city, known as the Birthplace of Cuban Nationality and the Cradle of Cuban Revolution. The town features a number of monuments and historical buildings and various squares to stroll through. Eat lunch in a local restaurant and then continue the tour with a visit to Camagüey city, also known as La Ciudad Confusa, or The Maze due to it's twisting and winding streets. built this way to confuse pirates and other invaders. Camaguey has a large historical significance, and has been designated an UNESCO world heritage site. Dinner at your Hotel. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included. Overnight in Camaguey.
DAY 5 - Friday: Camaguey - Trinidad
After Breakfast. Depart to Trinidad. Trinidad is the capital city of the province of Sancti Spiritus and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the way stop at Ciego de Avila city a small City full of great architecture stroll down Marti Park the most important Plaza in the Center of the City.
Take lunch in a local restaurant and then go for a panoramic view of Sancti Spiritus city. Sancti Spiritus is a beautiful old and historic city and the churches and picturesque houses are national monuments. Next visit the Manaca Iznaga Plantation in the center of the Valle de los Ingenios, in the XVII and XVIII Centuries this region was one of the most flourishing regions in Cuba thanks to the production of production. The Manaca Iznaga Plantation is an old plantation house with a huge 150-foot tower rising up into the sky. On a clear day visitors can climb to the top of the tower and have a panoramic view of the surrounding area in all its beauty.
Arrive in Trinidad. Dinner at hotel. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included. Overnight in Trinidad.
DAY 6 - Saturday: Trinidad - Cienfuegos
After Breakfast tour Trinidad city; full of historical architecture is one of the most well preserved colonial Cities in Cuba. Visit the Museum of Romanticism, which is in the old Palace of the Count Brunet, and view 18th century antiques, furniture, jewels, paintings, sculptures and other items that aristocratic slave owners once furnished their mansions with. Make sure to stop at the gift shop on your way out. After the museum stop at La Canchanchara bar, one of the oldest buildings in Trinidad and is where visitors can stop to try the signature drink Canchanchara. Made from water, honey, lime and sugar cane liquor, it is one of Cuba's most famous local drinks.
Next have lunch in a local restaurant and then continue the tour to Cienfuegos city, also known as The Pearl of the South.
Upon arrival the Guide will assist you with Hotel check in. Dinner at the Hotel. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included. Overnight in Cienfuegos.
DAY 7 - Sunday: Cienfuegos - Guama - Havana
After Breakfast. Panoramic view of Cienfuegos city. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to some of the most beautiful buildings in Cuba. Continue to Gran Parque Natural Montemar, and UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the largest wetland area in the Caribbean. Here visitors can see flamingos, crocodiles, and manatees amongst other wildlife. Lunch in a local restaurant. Visit the Taino Indian Village in Guama and learn about the way the Taino Indians used to live. The island is essentially a living open-air museum and visitors can take part in reenactments of the Taino's way of life. Next continue on to the Crocodile farm and learn about Cuba's many different species of crocodiles. The tour continues to Havana visiting Varadero on the way. Breakfast and Lunch included. Overnight in Havana.
Optional Tour (at an extra cost)
Varadero Extension: Extend your stay for a night or more at an all inclusive Resort in Varadero. Famous for its beautiful Beaches and world class resorts Varadero is a great way to unwind before your return back home.
DAY 8 - Monday: Havana Tour Ends
Breakfast. Your Guide will assist you with any arrangements to go back home.
Optional Tour (at an extra cost)
Havana City Tour: Tour this fascinating Capital City. Founded by the Spanish in the 16th century, Havana is the capital city of Cuba. Attracting over a million visitors annually Havana is known for its warm tropical climate, beautiful architecture, history, and its many interesting arts and music festivals. Havana is comprised of three areas; Old Havana, Central Havana and Vedado. Old Havana is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has much to offer in the way of art galleries, elegant colonial streets, and beautifully restored buildings. Visit the Castillo de la Real Fuerza in the Plaza des Armas, this is the oldest bastioned fortress in the New World and is the leading maritime museum of Cuba. A popular attraction is the Malecón; a roadway and seawall that runs along the Havana coastline and provides amazing views of the bay. Including in your tour are visits to the University of Havana, Revolucion Square, National Capitol building, Great theatre of Havana "El Prado", the well known Parque Central, Cathedral Square, San Francisco de Asis Square, The Arms Square, and the Palaces of handicrafts and Villanueva. Lunch included. Privately Guided by an English speaking Tour Guide.
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