Havana & Varadero
Cuba is fast becoming one of the hottest travel destinations in the world, so if you’re looking for the perfect honeymoon then Cuba is the place to be. With breath-taking natural beauty, old fashioned colonial buildings, live music and exquisite beaches with tropical heat, Cuba is a honeymoon hotspot to discover
Havana is one of the world’s most exciting and enchanting capitals endured with rich culture and magnificent history
Varadero is one of the largest beach resorts in the Caribbean, with over 50 all-inclusive resorts. So, if you want to leave the Cuban culture and rich history behind and relax where it’s boasting with sun, sea and sand then Varadero is the place in Cuba. With palm fringed sand beaches and crystal clear seas, it’s the perfect romantic location for water sports and much more.
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Day 1 - Arrival to Havana
Day 2 - Havana
Day 3 - Havana
Day 4 – Transfer Havana – Varadero
Day 5 – Varadero
Day 6 – Varadero
Day 7– Varadero
Day 8 – Varadero – Havana Airport
- Cuba in the Caribbean
- Stroll the Malecon boardwalk hand in hand at sunset in Havana
- Take a tour of the cigar factory, the Partagas and Romeo y Julieta factories are popular
- Relax and spend some time together on the beautiful Havana beach, Playas Del Este
- Relax and unwind or take a romantic stroll on the Varadero beach
- Enjoy some water activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, canoeing and swimming in Varadero
- Get close up and personal with the dolphins at the Dolphinarium of Varadero
- Discover and take a tour of the incredible Bellamar Caves
- Have a romantic boat trip at sun set
- Listen to live rumba music on the street corner everywhere you go
- Dine at a Paladar, a Cuban eatery.
- Drink a famous mojito or daiquiri at Hemmingway’s Old Haunt,
- the Bodeguita del Medio in Havana, one of Cuba’s most celebrated restaurants
- Have lunch in EL CANEY where you sitin the shade at a wooden table. In front of you there’s the beach with its clear waters and the whitest of sands. Right next to you, some palm trees give the place a postcard like tropical feeling.
- Try the Cubita coffee : dark on the inside and frothy on top!
- Viazul is the tourist bus on offer and it’s actually quite decent for inter-city transportation
- Coco-Taxis In Havana, there are round tricycles that resemble a yellow coconut. This is a very gimmicky way to get around
- Hop-on/Hop-Off Bus in Havana, you can jump on this bus at Parque Central and take a tour around the city.
- Bicycle Taxis, this manpowered mode of transport is affordable and good for a quick ride.
- Have an exquisite experience riding a vintage car in cobbled streets of Cuba
- The dry season (December to May) sees warm, sunny days, with daytime temperatures of 26°C-31°C and 19°C-21°C at night.
- Short & Tshirt
- Light dress
- light jacket for the night
- There are 2 Cuban currencies: the Cuban Peso Nacional (CUP) and the Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC).
- The Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC) is the currency used in the tourism industry and the currency travelers will need the most.
- No credit cards can be used
- Visa is required for Lebanese citizens ( call us for further details)