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1. Havana Highlights

  • Walking: Moderate
  • Scenic Tour

Vintage American cars purring through the streets. Mile-high murals of revolutionary icons. Camera-worthy colonial monuments. If you’re looking for Havana in a nutshell, this is the trip for you. You get the real ‘rum and cigar’ authenticity of this crumbling capital topped and tailed by tours of the best bits. Your day starts in the modern quarter where sights like El Capitolio – the bigger, younger sister of the White House in America’s Washington DC, and the Malecon – the city’s famous seafront promenade await. You’ll also see Plaza de la Revolución, Revolution Square, where Fidel Castro famously addressed millions of Cubans. Then it’s on to a cigar shop, of course cigars have been synonymous with Cuba for many years now. From here you’ll head to a viewpoint over Castillo del Moro for a cocktail in a bar before setting off on a guided walking tour of Havana Old Town, Habana Vieja. This UNESCO-protected part of town is real time warp stuff. All faded Spanish mansions and plazas lined with grand old churches, it’s a dusty 1950s nostalgia kick.... More details

Duration: Half Day takes 4hrs

Adult: £44.00

Child: £22.00
(2- 12)

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2. Cabaret Tropicana - A Paradise Under The Stars

  • Walking: Easy

Paris got the Moulin Rouge, New York got Studio 54, and Havana got the Tropicana. This world-famous club is the city’s epicentre of glitz and glamour and a must for theatre and cabaret-lovers. All the acts perform, sing in Spanish & dance on an open-air stage cocooned by tropical greenery. As well as your seat, this tour entitles you to a small welcome glass of sparkling wine and a bit of Havana Club rum to enjoy throughout the performance.... More details

Duration: Evening takes 4hrs

Adult: £88.00

Child: NA

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3. Hemingway In Havana

  • Walking: Moderate
  • Scenic Tour

Ernest Hemingway made Havana his main home in the early 1930s and today, the author is as synonymous with this city as the mojitos he used to drink here. This half-day tour is a great way to follow in his footsteps. Your day kicks off with a scenic drive through Cojimar, a fishing village that inspired Hemingway to pen ‘The Old Man and the Sea’. Next, it’s on to Finca Vigia – Hemingway’s one-time home and now the site of a museum dedicated to him. Although we can’t go inside - you can view the interior through the windows to see how it has been preserved just as the family left it with his personal belongings which really bring the place to life. Then, rounding things off, you’ll head to two of Hemmingway’s favourite watering holes, the iconic La Bodeguita del Medio in central Havana, famous haunt of the author’s, this atmospheric drinking den is rumoured to be the birthplace of the mojito, and La Floridita AKA the cradle of the daiquiri.... More details

Duration: Half Day takes 4hrs

Adult: £44.00

Child: £22.00
(2- 12)

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4. Guama, Taino Indian Village, Croc Farm & Beach

  • Walking: Moderate
  • Scenic Tour
  • Lunch Included
  • Great Choice for Families

This full-day tour starts with a drive to Zapata Swamp, part of the Montemar Great Natural Park. It’s a haven for hundreds of species of birds, and thousands of plants – so it’s really popular with nature-lovers. There’s also a replica Taino Indian village, which you’ll travel to by boat. This life-sized structure was built by the famous Cuban sculptor, Rita Longa, and shows how the island’s first inhabitants once lived. Afterwards, you’ll visit a crocodile breeding farm that was built back in 1960 to save the Cuban crocodile from extinction. Then it’s on to Playa Larga, where you’ll stop for lunch. After that, the rest of the day is yours to do whatever you fancy. Take a walk along the coast, swim in the Caribbean Sea, or just lie back and relax in the sun.... More details

Duration: Full Day takes 9hrs

Adult: £72.00

Child: £48.00
(2- 12)

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5. Havana Highlights In Classic Cars

  • Walking: Moderate
  • Scenic Tour
  • Limited Spaces

Start your engines – this half-day trip rounds up the best of Havana, including the UNESCO-approved old quarter, and you’ll get to see it all from the seat of a vintage American car. Cuba’s home to over 60,000 classic vehicles, so zipping through the streets is like taking a step back to the 50s. They’re no shrinking violets either – the colour schemes tend to cover pillar box-red, bright turquoise or candyfloss pink. You’ll kick things off with a sightseeing tour, as your guide drives you by the Havana Grand Theatre, Central Park, and the Presidential Palace. There’ll be a pause at the Capitol building for photos, before it’s back into your seats and time to head down the famous Malecon Habanero. Keep your windows down and eyes peeled for the many monuments along its length, including those dedicated to General Maximo Gomez and the victims of the USS Maine. Afterwards, you’ll take a pit stop at the National Hotel of Cuba, before moving on to a panoramic tour of Havana’s most impressive mansions. One last break at Revolution Square will give you the chance to have a drink, before you hop back into your car for the return journey.... More details

Duration: Half Day takes 3hrs

Adult: £66.00

Child: £32.00
(2- 12)

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6. Cabaret Tropicana In Classic Cars

  • Walking: Easy
  • Limited Spaces

If you really want to strut your stuff Cuban-style, this evening tour fits the bill. It rolls out the Cuban clichés, but it’s all the more fun for it. A classic car will be waiting to whisk you away to one of Hemingway’s favourite watering holes, Sloppy Joe's. Sample the house special here before setting off again and cruising along the Malecon, the city’s favourite seafront meeting place. Finally, you’ll be dropped off at the world-famous Tropicana, a club that’s all about sequins, glitz and glamour. All the acts perform, sing in Spanish & dance on an open-air stage cocooned by tropical greenery. Plus, together with your ticket to the performance, this trip entitles you to a bit of Havana Club rum to enjoy throughout the show.... More details

Duration: Evening takes 5hrs

Adult: £104.00

Child: NA

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7. Las Terrazas & Soroa

  • Walking: Moderate
  • Scenic Tour
  • Lunch Included
  • Beach or Water

This tour takes in two of Cuba’s most jaw-dropping natural landscapes. For starters, you’ll head to Soroa, in Pinar del Río – Cuba’s most westerly province. The main attraction here is an orchid garden that stretches for more than 35,000 square metres. You’ll see hundreds of varieties, as well as thousands of trees and ferns. Then it’s on to Las Terrazas, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in the mountains. You’ll stop at the San Juan River, where you’ll have some free time to explore or take a dip. There’ll be a chance to have some lunch at a nearby restaurant before heading off to find out about Las Terrazas’ peasant community. The locals will show you their homes and tell you about their way of life before we make our way back to Havana.... More details

Duration: Full Day takes 10hrs

Adult: £70.00

Child: £42.00
(2- 12)

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8. Cannon Shot Ceremony

  • Walking: Moderate
  • Scenic Tour
  • Refreshment Included

You’ll join a timeline’s worth of audiences when you watch the Cannon Shot Ceremony at Havana’s Fort of St Charles. The thunderous firing of a cannon ball has taken place on the ramparts since the 18th century. It was invented to signal the closing of the fort’s doors. And, since its beginnings, it’s been watched by everyone from the colonial leader of Cuba, King Carlos III, to his revolutionary predecessor, Che Guevara. You’ll start your experience with a tour of the grounds and find out about the 200-year role the building has played in Cuba’s military history. Then, with your ear plugs on standby, you’ll witness the custom itself. With the sounds still ringing in your ears, you’ll have time for a tour of Havana. Wind your way through the Cadillac-lined streets and take in the colonial monuments. Finally, it’s on to Santa Angel, restaurant and bar, in Plaza Vieja for a Mojito or two.... More details

Duration: Evening takes 3hrs

Adult: £36.00

Child: NA

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