CLASSIC CUBA – 2017


5 DAYS | 4 NIGHTS

CLASSIC CUBA


5 DAYS | 4 NIGHTS

2017
DEPARTURE DATES

STARTING AT
$2590
PER PERSON

January: 20-24 Sold Out
February 10 – 14 Sold Out
March 17 – 21 Sold Out
April 21 – 25 Sold Out
June 23 – 27
August 18 – 22
September 22 – 26
December 22 – 26


Terms & Conditions

BEGINS/ENDS | HAVANA

3 nights in Havana and 1 night in Varadero


INCLUSIONS

  • Cuban Tourist Visa
  • Transportation
  • Accommodations
  • Breakfast, Lunches, Dinners
  • Excursions as specified
  • Services of professional driver, and local English speaking tour guide

NOT INCLUDED

Round trip flights Miami/Havana (can be added with a supplement), Some meals based on itinerary, Gratuity for drivers and guides, Hotel Porterage, Cuban departure Tax of $25 USD.

Example

OR CALL NOW: (800) 995-6635

STARTING AT
$2590
PER PERSON

2017
DEPARTURE DATES

January: 20-24 Sold Out
February 10 – 14 Sold Out
March 17 – 21 Sold Out
April 21 – 25 Sold Out
June 23 – 27
August 18 – 22
September 22 – 26
December 22 – 26


Example

BEGINS/ENDS | HAVANA

3 nights in Havana and 1 night in Varadero


INCLUSIONS

  • Cuban Tourist Visa
  • Transportation
  • Accommodations
  • Breakfast, Lunches, Dinners
  • Excursions as specified
  • Services of professional driver, and local English speaking tour guide

NOT INCLUDED

Round trip flights Miami/Havana (can be added with a supplement), Some meals based on itinerary, Gratuity for drivers and guides, Hotel Porterage, Cuban departure Tax of $25 USD.

Terms & Conditions

OR CALL NOW: (800) 995-6635

STARTING AT
$2590
PER PERSON

2017
DEPARTURE DATES

January: 20-24 Sold Out
February 10 – 14 Sold Out
March 17 – 21 Sold Out
April 21 – 25 Sold Out
June 23 – 27
August 18 – 22
September 22 – 26
December 22 – 26


Example

BEGINS/ENDS | HAVANA

3 nights in Havana and 1 night in Varadero

INCLUSIONS

  • Cuban Tourist Visa
  • Transportation
  • Accommodations
  • Breakfast, Lunches, Dinners
  • Excursions as specified
  • Services of professional driver, and local English speaking tour guide

NOT INCLUDED

Round trip flights Miami/Havana (can be added with a supplement), Some meals based on itinerary, Gratuity for drivers and guides, Hotel Porterage, Cuban departure Tax of $25 USD.

Terms & Conditions

OR CALL NOW: (800) 995-6635


DAILY ITINERARY

DAY

01

Arrive in Havana

Arrival to José Martí International Airport, Havana. Transfer with English speaking guide to the hotel for your welcoming reception. Dinner at a local restaurant specializing in authentic Cuban cuisine.

Night in Havana


DAY

02

Havana

Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning, enjoy a 2 hour Havana City Tour in a classic convertible car to see 4 districts of Havana: Centro Habana – Vedado – Nuevo Vedado – Miramar. Be mesmerized by the sights of man attractions such as Capitol, China Town, Carlos III Street, Revolution Square, Cristobal Colon Cemetery, John Lennon Statue Park, Havana Forest, Fifth Avenue, and Malecón Avenue.
Experience a Guided tour of Partagas Cigar factory and learn the art of cigar rolling from torcedores (rollers).

Lunch at a local restaurant. Continue with a guided tour of the Havana Vieja (Old Havana), a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Highlights include:
Plaza de la Catedral, Plaza de Armas, Plaza Vieja, Catedral de San Cristobal, Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, Calle Obispo, and Calle Mercaderes.

Dinner at a local restaurant. At night, enjoy a Tropicana Show; a world-wide recognized cabaret and club only to be found in Havana.

Night in Havana

DAY

03

Havana

Travel to the seaside village of Cojimar to meet with locals and be guided in a tour of Finca La Vigia Museum , the estate of America’s most celebrated novelist Ernest Hemingway. Originally built by Spanish Architect Miguel Pascual y Baguer in 1886, Finca Vigia would be purchased by Hemingway in 1940. He spent substantial amount of time here and well-spent as he completed two novels “For Whom the Bell Tolls” and “The Old Man and the Sea” while at home. Continue with a Cooking class and Mojito class at El Ajiaco.

Lunch at a local restaurant. Visit an Organopónicos (urban organic garden) to learn about urban agriculture . Experience Fusterlandia, a vibrant arts complex named after its originator Jose Rodriguez Fuster. The complex proves Fuster as the “Picasso of the Caribbean” and a chief creative force in Cuba as you sense the culture through his arts in painting and sculpting.

Drop-off at La Feria de San Jose, the largest market in Havana for handcrafted goods. Enjoy dinner, mojitos, and Cuban Music at a local restaurant.

Night in Havana

DAY

04

Varadero

Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning, depart early for Varadero a popular beach resort town. Learn about the tourism development in a Varadaro city tour as it stands as one of the most touristic places in the country.

Lunch at a local restaurant. Visit to Mansión Xanadú, to be a part of its luxurious history as it stands now as a golf clubhouse. Farewell Dinner at a local restaurant.

Night in Varadero

DAY

05

Havana

This morning after breakfast depart to
Havana International Airport, José
Martí, to board your flight back to Miami,
where your tour ends.


DAILY ITINERARY

DAY

01

Arrive in Havana

Arrival to José Martí International Airport, Havana. Transfer with English speaking guide to the hotel for your welcoming reception. Dinner at a local restaurant specializing in authentic Cuban cuisine.

Night in Havana

DAY

02

Havana

Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning, enjoy a 2 hour Havana City Tour in a classic convertible car to see 4 districts of Havana: Centro Habana – Vedado – Nuevo Vedado – Miramar. Be mesmerized by the sights of man attractions such as Capitol, China Town, Carlos III Street, Revolution Square, Cristobal Colon Cemetery, John Lennon Statue Park, Havana Forest, Fifth Avenue, and Malecón Avenue.
Experience a Guided tour of Partagas Cigar factory and learn the art of cigar rolling from torcedores (rollers).

Lunch at a local restaurant. Continue with a guided tour of the Havana Vieja (Old Havana), a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Highlights include:
Plaza de la Catedral, Plaza de Armas, Plaza Vieja, Catedral de San Cristobal, Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, Calle Obispo, and Calle Mercaderes.

Dinner at a local restaurant. At night, enjoy a Tropicana Show; a world-wide recognized cabaret and club only to be found in Havana.

Night in Havana

DAY

03

Havana

Travel to the seaside village of Cojimar to meet with locals and be guided in a tour of Finca La Vigia Museum , the estate of America’s most celebrated novelist Ernest Hemingway. Originally built by Spanish Architect Miguel Pascual y Baguer in 1886, Finca Vigia would be purchased by Hemingway in 1940. He spent substantial amount of time here and well-spent as he completed two novels “For Whom the Bell Tolls” and “The Old Man and the Sea” while at home. Continue with a Cooking class and Mojito class at El Ajiaco.

Lunch at a local restaurant. Visit an Organopónicos (urban organic garden) to learn about urban agriculture . Experience Fusterlandia, a vibrant arts complex named after its originator Jose Rodriguez Fuster. The complex proves Fuster as the “Picasso of the Caribbean” and a chief creative force in Cuba as you sense the culture through his arts in painting and sculpting.

Drop-off at La Feria de San Jose, the largest market in Havana for handcrafted goods. Enjoy dinner, mojitos, and Cuban Music at a local restaurant.

Night in Havana

DAY

04

Varadero

Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning, depart early for Varadero a popular beach resort town. Learn about the tourism development in a Varadaro city tour as it stands as one of the most touristic places in the country.

Lunch at a local restaurant. Visit to Mansión Xanadú, to be a part of its luxurious history as it stands now as a golf clubhouse. Farewell Dinner at a local restaurant.

Night in Varadero

DAY

05

Havana

This morning after breakfast depart to
Havana International Airport, José
Martí, to board your flight back to Miami,
where your tour ends.