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Low Season: Middle of March to middle of November.
High Season: Middle of November to middle of March. Supplement of $120 AUD per person.
Notes: For groups with more than 6 travellers please contact us for details and a quote.
Day 1: Havana. Arrival date. Greeted and welcome at airport by our Experience Cuba representatives. Look for our logo and your group leader name, which is usually the person that made the booking. Transfers to your accommodation.
Day 2: Havana. Old and Modern Havana Tour: Enjoy a walking tour of the colonial district Havana Vieja (Old Havana) accompanied by your private local guide. UNESCO declared Old Havana a World Heritage Site in 1982, a genuine living museum, in which more than 144 buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries are conserved. This colonial and historic centre is a museum at open air of architecture, art and culture. This tour is a real treat for history and culture enthusiasts. Bask in a beautiful Classic Convertible Car while you take in the highlights of modern Havana.
Day 3: Pinar del Rio. Travel to the Western province of Pinar del Rio. An area of great importance, though it may not have the large cities and infrastructure that you would normally associate with importance, to Cuba as it is an area that produces some of the world’s finest tobacco. Still stereotyped as a simple area with pure country folk it has withstood the temptation to adopt the big tourist developments and remains an area of simple houses and homes in basic small villages and towns.
Select 2 from the following options:
• Soroa Tour
• Tobacco Plantation
• Viñales Prehistoric Mural
• Indian Cave
• Las Terrazas
Return to Havana for overnight.
Day 4: Bay of Pigs – Cienfuegos. Departing from Havana, travel to Bay of Pigs (Playa Giron) and learn about the 1961`s fight between Cuban militias and U.S. hired mercenaries. Continue to Cienfuegos, and enjoy a panoramic tour of the city known as well as the Pearl of the South. Cienfuegos is an UNESCO World Heritage Site, founded in 1819 by French settlers from Bordeaux and Louisiana. Wander along the avenue to visit Beny Moré’s monument, one of Cuba’s most treasured musicians. Overnight in Cienfuegos.
Day 5: Santa Clara – Trinidad. Departing from Cienfuegos continue by travelling to Santa Clara, the city of Che Guevara. Founded in 1689 Santa Clara was militarily taken by Che Guevara in December 1958, during the Cuban revolution. Visit to Che Guevara Mausoleum, where his remains are kept. Travel to the UNESCO World Heritage Site: Trinidad. Panoramic tour of Trinidad city. The “Villa de la Santisima Trinidad” was the third village founded by the Spanish Crown in Cuba in early 1514. The conservation and restoration work undertaken by specialists has made Trinidad one of the best preserved colonial cities not only in Cuba but also of South America. Overnight in Trinidad.
Day 6: Trinidad. Free day. Refer to our Optional Services tab for activities ideas.
Day 7: Camaguey. Departing from Trinidad travel to Camaguey. Enjoy a stroll along the UNESCO heritage and rich in colonial-style Camaguey city centre. Uncover its asymmetrical and complex street web while admiring the architectural attractiveness of San Juan de Dios Square, Ignacio Agramonte Park and the Worker’s Square among other local attractions. Overnight in Camaguey.
Day 8: Bayamo. Learn about the rebellious spirit of Bayamo on a walking tour offering the city’s highlights. Stroll around the metropolis centre to learn about fascinating chapters in the history of Cuba. Regular life in Bayamo rotates around Céspedes Park, the Hymn Square and Céspedes birthplace. Overnight in Bayamo.
Day 9, 10, 11: Santiago de Cuba. Discover Santiago de Cuba and their genuine and welcoming people in a panoramic tour of the city. Refer to our Optional Services tab for activities ideas.
Day 12: Santiago de Cuba – Havana. Domestic flight to Havana.
Day 13: Havana. Free day. Refer to our Optional Services tab for activities ideas.
Day 14: Havana. Hemingway Tour: Relive Hemingway’s steps in Havana by visiting the Nobel Prize’s favourite spots in the city. Visit where he lived at the "Finca La Vigia" and Room 511 at the Ambos Mundos Hotel. Stopover at La Bodeguita del Medio and El Floridita: the birthplace of the Daiquiry.
Day 15: Havana. Departure: Transfers to airport.
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