The first part of your stay is a cultural immersion in Havana’s old-world charm. Then trade your urban explorations for a relaxing vacation, surrounded by the heavenly, white sand and soothing, turquoise waters of Varadero.
- Roundtrip airfare to Varadero
- 3 nights hotel in Havana
- 4 nights all-inclusive hotel in Varadero
- Round trip transfers from airport to hotel and hotel to airport
|Vancouver, Kelowna, Calgary, Edmonton
|Hotel Habana Riviera by Iberostar & Iberostar Tainos|
|Mar 28,Apr 11, May 8||$895-$1025 + $440 tax|
|Iberostar Parque Centre & Iberostar Bella Costa or Iberostar Varadero|
|Mar 28,Apr 11, May 8||$1025-$1175 + $440 tax|
|Victoria, Comox, Nanaimo from $300 more|
If your check out time is earlier then your flight leaving, you can pay to keep your room for longer but this will be an additional cost from $100 more per person based on double occupancy
The exotic capital of Cuba and largest city in the Caribbean is a must-see for any visitor. For centuries, it has served as the gateway to the Gulf of Mexico. And in 1982, Old Havana, the city’s historic centre, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city’s first building, overlooking the entrance to a protected bay, dates back to 1519.
Today, Havana is the heart of the nation’s busy political, scientific and cultural life. Museums, theatres and concert halls, art galleries and cultural institutions are popular venues. The National Ballet of Cuba, the House of the Americas, the Foundation of New Latin American Film and the National Folkloric Dance Group all have won international acclaim. Both day and night, Havana continues to thrill visitors anew.
Considered by many as the world’s most beautiful beach, Varadero is part of a peninsula that stretches far out into the calm waters of the Atlantic. Its 21-kilometre strip of fine white sand is an ideal vacation spot for sun-lovers, water babies and golfers. The beautiful Varahicacos Reserve offers wonderful fauna and flora, and a few archaeological findings.
If you also have a craving for art, history and culture then head to the nearby cities of Cárdenas and Matanzas, the provincial capital. Nature seekers will be delighted with the Zapata Biosphere Reserve which is famous for its ecotourism and history.