- All breakfasts
- 8 lunches
- 4 dinners
- All accommodation (see below)
- All transport and listed activities
- Tour leader throughout
- Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
- Arrival & departure transfers
- Tourist card visa for UK residents
We recommend that you allow CUC 20 to CUC 30 per day for lunches and evening meals on the days where food is not included (pp). You may also spend money on bottled water, which will normally cost about CUC 1.50 per bottle. Cuba is not renowned for its culinary excellence and food can often be relatively unexciting and expensive (in no small part due to the long trade embargo implemented by the US). Vegetarians will find the food choice limited. Meals will be more varied for everyone in Havana and seafood is widely available on the coast. We also suggest you take snack food with you, as it is not freely available in Cuba.
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip? There were many: pig roast with alberto the cigar farmer, lunch at the organic farm both in vinales. Zip wire and the drive in the 1950's cars!! the beautiful beach at varadero to…Read More
Souvenirs are available at all major cities and towns in Cuba. They range from wooden handicrafts, local paintings to the classic Cuban Cigar.
Havana has a souvenir market on a Thursday afternoon, which is great for local artists showcasing their work, however Trinidad seem to have the better quality souvenirs, especially of the hand carved variety. I would recommend Cienfuegos as the place to buy your cigars!
Dan Cockburn - Product Manager