Round Trips
Grand Tour Cuba Round Trip

9 Days 8 Nights

Group: 2 - 30 People


9.5 Superb


The "Grand Tour in Cuba," round trip travels throughout the country and provides such a diverse knowledge of the country as a whole. A special feature is that ranging from the capital of the eastern part, from Santiago de Cuba it tours across the country visiting all the UNESCO World Heritage sights in Cuba to Pinar del Rio province. The program is exceptionally rich in sights, but the tour pace is not stretched. Travel to Santiago de Cuba with domestic flight. The round trip extended optionally with holiday package is an excellent choice to know „the real Cuba” and relax afterwards. We recommend this tour to those who are interested in the culture and history of the country and want to see a rich, full Cuba program.

  • 9 Days 8 Nights,
  • Group: 2 - 30 People,
  • Cuba

Cuba, the largest island of the Caribbean, its capital is the legendary Havana. A multicolor country with its cultural and historical heritage that makes one of the most popular destinations of the Caribbean. Havana, the 2 million capital, is rich in cultural and historical sights, full of architectural delights to enchant everybody, young or old. It offers museums, palaces, churches, fortresses and a lot more. Those who visit Cuba take a time travel, as here the ancient sugar barons’ richness is present together with the 1950’s American mob, the 1970’s retro, and the socialism create a unique atmosphere. Beside the sights, vibrant nightlife, you can find night entertainment at salsa clubs, jazz bars or great concerts of such famous bands like the Buena Vista Social Club



Departure Time

Every week

Dress Code

Casual, comfortable and light

Price Includes
  • Accommondation

  • Program as of description

  • Specialized local guide

  • Entrances and meals where indicated

  • Breakfast

  • Tranportation during the program

Price Excludes
  • Flights

  • Insurance, Visa

  • Optional meals, drinks

  • Optional programs, Tips

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Tour Plan
  • Day 1: Arrival

    Arrival to Cuba in the afternoon. Meet & Greet at the airport, meeting the local tour guide and transfer to the hotel. Check in. Evening at leisure. Meals: Dinner is optional, price excluded.

  • Day 2:Havana - Rum Museum - Hemingway

    After breakfast we start a full day sightseeing tour of Havana, one of the most beautiful cities of Latin America. Havana captivates everybody, this real Caribbean metropolis has a unique atmosphere, where a time travel tempt us, where the Colonial era, the mark of the ‘50s US mob’s mark and the retro, socialist present is simultaneously existing. We start a panoramic city tour of modern Havana, we cross Havana's famous seaside promenade, the Malecon which is a favorite meeting place for locals, we can admire the mansions of the Paseo, then stop at the Revolution Square where the Jose Marti Memorial is located. On the way back to we drive next to the world-famous Colon cemetery that is one of the world’s richest cemeteries with more than 500 statues, and arrive to the old town. We visit the Havana Club Rum Museum where we get acquainted with the making of the world famous Cuban rum, the growing and processing steps of sugar cane to follow through the process until it has matured, barrel filling, bottling, and we close the visit with a tasting. We can purchase the original Havana Club memorabilia, as well as can taste the typical Cuban drink called Guarapo made from fresh sugar cane and the excellent Cuban cocktail, Guarabana. After it we start to explore the old town on foot with its rich cultural and historical attractions, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988. Visit the Plaza de Armas, the "Arms’ Square", the Governor's palace, while we can hunt local antiques at the authentic antique market, walk through the Plaza San Francisco where we look at the old Stock Exchange Palace and St. Francis of Assis Church and the Cathedral Square. Then we visit La Plaza Vieja, the "Old Square". Our optional lunch will be served in a typical local restaurant. After lunch we join in Hemingway's footsteps: we visit the famous Hotel Ambos Mundos where the "For Whom the Bell Tolls" was born. We visit the hotel room and the thematic exhibition. Then stop at Hemingway's favorite places, La Bodeguita del Medio and La Floridita bars, where the world famous "Mojito" and "Daiquiri" cocktails began their journey of conquest. Then visit the outdoor exhibition of the Revolutionary Museum, where the famous ship Granma is exhibited, we can see the boat, which Fidel and the other revolutionaries landed to launch the revolution. Evening at leisure.

    Meal plan: breakfast. Lunch option or Full board option available!

  • Day 3: Havana - Santiago de Cuba

    After breakfast in the hotel, In the afternoon transfer to the airport, flight to Santiago de Cuba. Tour of the second largest city of the country that is often called the music capital of Cuba. Santiago de Cuba is a unique legend, since it was the first capital of the country; many of the locals still regard Santiago de Cuba as today still as the capital city! Here we can find palaces, the oldest and richest museums of the country, and the famous Carnival of Santiago is held here in July each year. Cuba is world-famous for its hospitality, but the people of Santiago outperform even that with their kindness, gentleness, helpfulness that deserves special mention. We visit the Parque Cespedes, the main square, Cuba's oldest square. Here you can visit the impressive cathedral that towers majestically over the square. Then we visit the house of the conquistador of Latin America, Diego Velazquez’s house, considered to be the oldest house of Cuba. Then we head towards the two famous squares: "Dolores" and "Marte". Next attraction is the UNESCO world heritage site, the Castillo El Morro fortress that played an important role in the War of Independence, under its walls was decided the fate of Cuban independence, during the battle of the Spanish-American war ships. A Military History Museum is located in the fort showing memories of fight against the pirates and relics of the Revolutionary War. Optional lunch at the Morro fortress, with amazing views of the Caribbean Sea. After lunch, visit the Santa Ifigenia cemetery where the famous Cuban poet and national hero José Martí has its tomb. We will see the famous change of the guards that is made with of specially selected soldiers’ line-up. In the afternoon return to the hotel. Evening at leisure. It is worth visiting the Casa de la Trova where local musicians and dancers show their skills and even we can join them dancing and develop our dance skills perfected by great local artists.

    Meal plan: Breakfast. Lunch option or Full board option available!

  • Day 4: Santiago de Cuba – El Cobre - Bayamo - Camagüey

    Breakfast at the hotel and departure to Camagüey, the country's fourth largest city. First, we go on a pilgrimage and visit El Cobre where the famous La Caridad del Cobre can be found. El Cobre is a special, sacred place blessed with supernatural powers. All Cubans go on pilgrimage at least once during their life to El Cobre, where a statue of Mary, Cuba’s patron Saint is located. The place is connected with many spontaneous healings and miracle stories. We will know the story of the statue that was a miraculous event, also. This is the most valuable and the most interesting stop of our round trip. Later we continue towards to our next stop: Bayamo, birthplace of the Cuban Revolution and the Cuban nation. The city is famous for its hero, Carlos Manuel de Cespedes; the national hero of Cuba was born here. He initiated the Cuban War of Independence. Also, Cuba's national anthem was born here, in Bayamo. We visit the monuments of these two important bayameses at the city's main square. Optional lunch in the city's famous hotel, in Royalton. After lunch departure to Camagüey. Arrival in the late afternoon, Check in. Evening at leisure.

    Meal plan: Breakfast. Lunch option or Full board option available!

  • Day 5: Camagüey – Sancti Spiritus

    Breakfast in the hotel and then sightseeing in Camagüey, the country's fourth-largest city reminding us to the colonial times. The specialties of the city are its winding streets that were built to protect against pirates attacking the city frequently. Almost impossible to navigate alone, except for the pirates, who of course easily solve it and robbed the entire city! Winding through the city's streets, we visit the Cathedral and the monuments of city's famous son, the military leader of the Revolutionary War, Ignacio Agramonte and Cuba’s national poet, Nicolas Guillen. Walk to the San Juan de Dios Square, where the buildings were preserved almost in its original state, for the colonial era movies this place is a live venue. We continue to Sancti Spiritus, towards the south of the country. Our journey passes through the country's main agricultural areas which are packed with pineapple, citrus and sugar cane plantations. This part of the country, therefore, Ciego de Avila province is also known as the pantry of the country. Optional lunch on the way. Then in the afternoon arrival to the Sancti Spiritus, founded in 1514, a small colonial town that is famous for its almost originally preserved colonial downtown. Panoramic sightseeing: here is located Cuba’s oldest stone bridge, the bridge Yayabo that is within walking distance from our hotel. Check in. Evening for leisure. Not to be missed the nightlife venues of the small colonial city! The famous Casa de la Trova, where we can enjoy a real, authentic salsa party and dance together with the locals and can observe how the locals dance Cuban salsa and enjoy the local Cuban band playing Caribbean tunes.

    Meal plan: Breakfast. Lunch option or Full board option available!

  • Day 6: Sancti Spiritus – Escambray Mountains - Sugar Mill Valley – Trinidad

    Breakfast at the hotel. Today, a real "Cuban Day" is ahead of us. Departure of Cuba's second largest mountain, the Escambray Mountain. The mountain is not only famous for its rich flora and fauna, but also has a special role of climate separation as well. While the North side of the hill has lush and humid subtropical vegetation, with coffee-growing countryside, while the southern side has a dry climate, and covered with bushes and many other dry zone plants like Agave. We continue our trip to the famous valley of sugar mills that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Manaca Iznaga estate. It is possible to climb the seven stories tower that offers a beautiful panorama. Then continue our trip to Trinidad, a small colonial town founded more than 500 years ago that was once attributed by the abundance of its sugar cane plantations. Here, we discover another face of Cuba. Our journey is made not only on ground but in time, too. Trinidad preserves the uniqueness atmosphere of the colonial era. While walking along the small winding streets we have the feeling as if we would have flown back in time. Sightseeing in the UNESCO World Heritage city; visit the Plaza Mayor, The Tower of Contrabandido, the Cathedral, La Santissima Trinidad Square and the exhibition of the Romantic Museum. The museum is located in the palace of the town's richest family with balustrade yard, marble floors, and neoclassical decoration; walking among the frescoes of the city's wealthiest merchant family we can enjoy the assembled exhibition of articles. Later we walk in the old town and stop at the famous Canchanchara bar where you can sample the authentic drink of Trinidad, special cocktail still made from the original recipe of Aguardiente and honey, called Canchanchara. Evening at leisure.

    Meal plan: Breakfast. Lunch option or Full board option available!

  • Day 7: Trinidad - Cienfuegos – Guama – Havana

    Breakfast at the hotel. Travel to Cienfuegos. Panoramic sightseeing tour of the famous Malecon, admire the beautiful seaside villas, stop at the Palacio del Valle, a unique palace with architectural richness. Then we head towards downtown Cienfuegos, where we continue a walking tour of the city of former aristocrats. Cienfuegos, founded by French settlers, has European-style architecture. Walk down the Boulevard of the city via the Prado, we visit the Jose Marti Square, the Governor's palace, the Thomas Terry Theater famous for the excellent acoustics of the theater, and the Cathedral. Departure to one of ​​Cuba's most important nature reserves, the world famous Zapata Peninsula, a bird and animal sanctuary which is located in the Montemar National Park. Arrive to Guama, the main attraction of the National Park. Speedboat tour of the natural lagoon, the Laguna de Tresoro, where the unspoiled nature can be observed, migrating and endemic birds and can be seen. Then visit the Aldea Taino, the reconstructed Taino Aboriginal Village where we learn about the customs of the ancient indigenous inhabitants. We arrive back to port by motor boat and visit the country’s largest crocodile breeding farm, where we can observe hundreds of these reptiles in their natural habitat. We visit the crocodile nursery; here the braves may hold the yet harmless infants in their hands. Optional lunch in a local restaurant, then we continue our trip to Havana. Arrival late afternoon. Check in. Evening for leisure.

    Meal plan: Breakfast. Lunch option or Full board option available!

  • Day 8: Havana – Viñales - Havana

    After breakfast we start a full day excursion to the western part of the country, the province of Pinar del Rio, 170 km from Havana, the picturesque Viñales Valley, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. Pinar del Rio province is also called the country's "green" side. Our way leads along the lush tobacco plantations. This excellent climate is the secret to the excellent Cuban tobacco, the raw material of the famous Cuban cigars. Today we will learn about the making of cigars, the tobacco production and processing through to wrapping cigars. We turn into the house of an authentic Cuban tobacco producer family, who lead us through the plantation, a tobacco drying barn and we can look at the process of tobacco step by step. We learn how we can recognize high-quality tobacco leafs; learn the art of wrapping cigars as one of the famous Cuban cigars is made before our eyes.

    Next stop on our way is the exquisite valley of Viñales, stopping at a lookout point where we can enjoy the breathtaking panorama with the remote scenery of "Mogotes" and mountains make this place deservedly a World Heritage site. Then optional lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch we start hiking the Indian cave, and river boating inside the cave. Closing the program we visit the famous wall painting, the "Mural de la Prehistoria" that fascinates us with its unique technology of gigantic size. Late afternoon return to Havana. Evening at leisure.

    Meal plan: Breakfast. Lunch option or Full board option available!

  • Day 9: Farewell

    Free time in the morning. Check out until noon. You can use the hotel facilities until the transfer. For extra cost, you can pay „Late check-out” services on site. In the afternoon transfer to the airport, leaving to home country.

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