Sunday 8 March – Fri 20 March 2020
Starting from only £1450 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.
Cienfuegos is a city on Bahía de Cienfuegos, a bay on Cuba’s south coast. It’s known for its colonial-era buildings. On the central square, called Parque José Martí, Tomás Terry Theater has gold-leaf mosaics and ceiling frescoes.
The Provincial Museum explores the city’s colonial history. The Arco de Triunfo commemorates Cuban independence. Ferries cross the bay to Castillo de Jagua, an 18th-century fortress.
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
Virgin Atlantic are among the best in air travel for long-haul services.
With a direct flight lasting around 10 hours you are in the safest hands. Flying economy class with all the luxuries of a Virgin Atlantic flight. We advise this is the best way to travel from the UK*
Settle in to your journey with the latest movies, the hottest TV shows, a huge library of music and an amazing selection of fun games. With this much to choose from, you’ll be having fun all the way to Cuba.
You will have full access to the onboard wifi connectivity and power options.
You will also have the delight of eating/drinking from award winning meal service, with a painstakingly curated drinks menu to perfectly accompany it. Buckle up for a belt buster.
*Additional costs for direct flights with Virgin or other airlines
*You can fly to Cuba and join the group from anywhere in the world
LUXURY COACH TRANSFERS
We use Transtur coaches because we want to ensure your long-haul journey from the UK is a pleasurable one and, completed with Cuba’s finest luxury coach travel to your Casa in the city.
A Transtur coach 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 Transtur driver who knows his way around the island, we are always in good hands. With the coaches having air conditioning it makes the transfers and travel when in Cuba very easy and comfortable.