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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

Travel Advisories 

We can help you plan the Cuba vacation you’ve been dreaming about, just give us a call toll-free at 1-800-665-4981. 

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Important Travel Information for Cuba

Official LanguageSpanish
English SpokenSpoken by Key Tourism Employees
Official CurrencyCuban Peso
Canadian Citizens RequireValid Passport
US Citizens RequireValid Canadian Passport. Medical Insurance Required.
ElectricityDepends on Hotel
Tipping Tips are not included in your bill. Completely voluntary with no set standard.

Our Verified Customer Rating 3.6

Our Verified Customer Rating 3.6

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Tofino  - 2 days ago

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Royalton Hicacos Resort and Spa: Beautiful Royalton Hicacos (Adult only..the best)

Beautiful resort. Our room in Block 9, 3rd floor was terrific. Nice, clean and spacious for the two of us. The bathroom was clean and well maintained with hot water throughout our stay. Our room backed onto the resorts back road which really was not a problem because traffic is not busy there. We normally got back to our room around 4pm after a day at the beautiful white sandy beach. Palapas were plenty and we usually were escorted by one of the resorts staff to our chaise lounge chairs right on the beach. We usually gave a tip to the staff for doing this(they would wipe down the chaises of sand and then set up our resort provided towels on each chaise). We would exchange our towels each day at the towel hut for a new one to use the next day. They also have a book exchange at the same hut,so if you finished the book you brought along, you could exchange it for another one or just leave your book behind for someone else to read. There was always staff working in the gardens and other areas of the building. Overall, I thought the resort was well maintained. The bathroom(ladies) by the main reception area needed some tic.( Toilet out of order and a bit untidy). The staff especially Guillermo who looked after us in block 9 was always ready to help, provide direction or assistance. Always had a smile on his face. Thank you for our wonderful stay! We booked a day trip to Havana before we left Vancouver, Canada with a young man named Blexie. He had a taxi driver named Totor(?) and they took us in a 1957 Chev. Definitely worth the money. I wouldn't have gone there on one of those Bus tours, that's for sure. Took the double decker bus into Varadero for the day. lots to see, just follow the people getting off the bus in town, lots of trinket shops etc. Wonderful trip, beautiful water, beaches and very friendly people. The food at our resort was excellent! Buffet was clean and plentiful. Loved the Caribean Restaurant the most( you have to pre book the your butler for the restaurants within the resort( we forgot to attend the 1st am meeting on the card you are given when you arrive) so Guillermo booked 3 dates for us). The restaurant on the beach was also great for dinner especially on the stormy/ rainy night we were there. The storm let up just as we finished our dinner. ( you can also have breakfast and lunch ther during the day. The seafood one was not as good so unless it gets a bit of a makeover( make it more inviting,not so cold). The ice cream shop was great and the taste of it, mmmmmmmm! There is also the 24 hour little restaurant which you can get fries/hamburgers, crepes etc was also very quick and yummy. One time they didn't have anymore bananas so the gentleman serving us went upstairs to the buffet and got a few so I could have it in my banana and chocolate crepe. Great! The entertainment every night was very good and different for each of the 7 Days we were there. The pool show especially! We would go back there in a heart beat! The plane ride...not so cool, no leg room, stuffed in like sardines (took the flight thru Sunwing)

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