By far the biggest island in the Caribbean, Cuba boasts a rich history of Spanish colonial prosperity, revolution, cultural diversity, and tourism. All-inclusive Cuba vacations can generally be divided into two categories – those with a focus on Cuba’s natural beauty, beaches, mountains, and eco-tourism; and those that provide opportunities to learn about the Cuban culture, history, and entertainment. For anyone who loves to explore culture and history, Havana presents 400 years of western history that will surely charm travellers. Nightlife is also big in Havana, making it the perfect spot for travellers who appreciate great jazz and Latin music, as well as night clubs, theatre, ballet, and more. While you’re in the area, make sure to stop by the Fortress of San Carlos de la Cabaña and find war-scarred relics. Want to find a good blend of everything? An all-inclusive Varadero package would be the best way to experience Cuba. Here you’ll welcome outstanding beaches and various cultural attractions – nightlife, entertainment, restaurants, shopping, golf, and more.
Getting Around: Cuba has 10 international airports, with José Martí International Airport (HAV) as the chief gateway. Meanwhile, international charter flights from Canada service Cayo Largo del Sur (CYO), Cienfuegos (CFG), Camaguey (CMV), Varadero (VRA), Cayo Coco (CCC), Holguin (HOG), and Santa Clara (SNU). From the airport, you can travel by car, shuttle, train or bus. For travellers wishing to drive in Cuba, know that there are very, very few road signs and directional aids, so be wary during your visit.
Where to Stay: Cuba offers plenty of accommodation options suitable for various types of travellers. From the 5-star, family-friendly Melia Cohiba located in Havana to the 3-star, adults-only ROC Barlovento in Varadero, there is something here for you! To learn more about the available inclusions, don’t hesitate to speak with an agent who’s been there!
Weather: Weather in Cuba is typically very good, although it varies throughout the island. The north-west coast of Cuba features temperatures similar to Florida, which is cooler in the winter months. However, the south-east of Cuba tends to maintain warm temperatures all year round. Temperatures can rise to 38 C in the summer while the cooler months average 25 C.
Hurricane season, with its unpredictability of storm events, typically lasts from July through November, peaking from mid-August to mid-November.
- Old Havana
- Havana’s salsa clubs
- Varadero Beach
- La Plata Mountain Trail
- Fortress of San Carlos de la Cabaña
- Plaza de Armas Book Market
- Punta Gorda
- Trinidad Old Town
- Museo Presidio Modelo
Cuba Travel Guides
Want to explore the sights and attractions before you leave? Upgrade your experience from all-inclusive to amazing-inclusive with our Travel Guides. Covering everything from local currency information, what to expect, and type of travel style:
Cayo Santa Maria Travel Guide
Cayo Coco Hotel Travel Guide
Everything you need to know about Cuba
Things to bring to Cuba as gifts
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