Treasures of Cuba: Salsa Dance & Cultural Tour
Highlights of this Tour
Excite your senses with this unique dance holiday of a lifetime to Havana, Cuba
* Flight costs not included in package price £1399.
**Additional (non-itinerary) excursions available at extra cost and will be presented at the start of the tour.
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Base package price £1399 based on 2 sharing. Supplement for single occupancy £250. Additional excursions also available to be paid during the tour. Meals, drinks, club entry not included.
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Dance Your Way Through The Real Cuba: Experience The True Cuba
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.
An action-packed itinerary to delight your senses:
Spend 5 days in Cuba’s vibrant capital of Havana, to enjoy your love of Salsa with daily classes and nightly excursions to the best of Havana’s nightlife, discover Havana’s rich history, mouth-watering cuisine, famous pastel hue buildings, beautiful bay views, leafy forest, and much more
Continue onto the Word Heritage UNESCO colonial city of Trinidad, where we have 3 days showing the best of what the local area has to offer, beautiful restaurant settings, experience the best of Trinidad’s nightlife, glorious beach sunsets, and some optional excursions revealing some beautiful hidden gems – not to be missed!
The final stage of your voyage is 4 nights all inclusive in a 4* resort in Varadero where the white sands and turquoise waters are the perfect spot to soak up the sun, chill by the pool bar, indulge with a spa treatment, enjoy some sightseeing or for the more adventurous book an action packed excursion.
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 an itinerary for every tour, however if you would like to add extras, or look to maybe stay only 9 days instead of 12, these can all be looked into and tailor made into your package.
Days 1 to 5
Our journey starts in Cuba’s vibrant capital Havana. Enjoy your love of Salsa in its true authentic setting with daily classes and nightly excursions to the best of Havana’s nightlife.
Discover Havana’s rich history, famous pastel hue buildings, beautiful bay views, leafy forest, and much much more.
We leave Havana behind and transfer to the beautiful colonial city of Trinidad on the Eastern coast.
Arrive in Trinidad in time for an evening stroll around the centre and dine in one of our favourite restaurants.
Day 7 and 8
Experience the best of what Trinidad and the local area has to offer with our optional excursions to El Nicho Waterfalls, Valle de los Ingenios and savour the glorious sunsets over the Caribbean Sea on Ancon Beach.
Dance the night away in the outdoor Casa de la Musica, or experience dancing inside a cave at Club Ayala.
We say goodbye to Trinidad and move onto our all inclusive resort stay in Varadero.
Day 10 to 12
The white sands and turquoise waters are the perfect spot to soak up the sun, chill by the pool bar or indulge with spa treatment.
Here you can enjoy some sightseeing or for the more adventurous book an action packed excursion.
Our final goodbyes and transfer back to Havana to catch our flight back home.
Days 1 to 5
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.
Days 6 to 9
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.
Days 10 to 12
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 worth traveling for. With powder soft sands lapped by waters of the Kawama Channel.