Thursday 12 October – Tuesday 24 October 2023
Starting from only £1399 per person (based on twin share)
A fantastic blend of dance, music and culture, with unrivalled access to Cuba’s lively culture, rich history, amazing people and their vivacious dance rhythms.
Throughout the week, in between our salsa classes, you’ll have plenty of free time to explore Havana, then re-join the group in the evenings to dance the night away in the hottest Cuban nightclubs with our dance team leading the way.
Our tour leader, born and raised in Havana, will be on hand along with our experienced team of professional dance teachers and tour guides to ensure you have the best possible experience during your stay in Cuba.
There is a itinerary for every tour, however if you would like to add extras, or potentially not include flights and source flights yourself or look to maybe stay only 7 days instead of 12, these can all be looked into and tailor made into your package.
Havana is Cuba’s capital city. Spanish colonial architecture in its 16th-century Old Havana core includes the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, a fort and maritime museum.
The National Capitol Building is an iconic 1920s landmark. Also in Old Havana is the baroque Catedral de San Cristóbal and Plaza Vieja, whose buildings reflect the city’s vibrant architectural mix.
But, Cuba’s capital is changing and a lot of the cutting-edge art and new wave restaurants are in characterful districts away from the much-visited old city.
Trinidad in central Cuba is known for its colonial old town and cobblestone streets.
Its neo-baroque main square, Plaza Mayor, is surrounded by grand colonial buildings. Museo Romántico, in the restored Palacio Brunet mansion, and Museo de Arquitectura Colonial display relics from the town’s sugar-producing era.
You’ll be reminded how refreshingly undeveloped much of Cuba is when you travel to El Nicho Waterfalls, near Cienfuegos
Varadero, covering Cuba’s narrow Hicacos Peninsula, is a popular beach resort town.
Varadero is always a delightful part of the tour, its beaches alone are wort traveling for. With powder soft sands lapped by waters of the Kawama Channel.
Flights are no longer included.
We have updated our holiday packages to exclude flights. However, we are pleased to offer comprehensive guidance on flight options, helping you make informed decisions that best suit your travel plans. If you wish to travel with a group from the UK, we can provide information on the flights that most of our clients are flying with.
Booking flights independently provides you with the freedom to select your preferred departure airport, as well as the option to extend or shorten your stay in Cuba outside of the official tour dates. It also makes it more convenient for you to continue your journey to another destination. Please note that booking your own flights requires you to have the correct Visas and transit Visas depending on your choice of flight.
We strongly advise booking your flight at the earliest convenience, as prices tend to increase the longer you wait.
Currently, flight options to Havana, Cuba are available with reputable airlines such as AirFrance, Iberia, AirEuropa, AirCanada, and KLM, which offer connecting flights from London, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester, and other European cities.
We use big/small coaches and taxis depending on the amount of people in the group and times of arrivals etc. because we want to ensure your journey from/to the airport and travelling around Cuba is a comfortable one.
A coach/taxi will pick the group up from the Airport in Havana and take us to our accommodation as well as our tours around the island to other cities.
With a fully licensed Cuban driver who knows his way around the island, we are always in good hands. Coaches/taxis are air conditioned so your transfers and travel while in Cuba with us will be very easy and comfortable.