A kaleidoscope of gorgeous beaches, beckoning mountains, pastel-coloured colonial architecture and vintage cars, intertwined with rum-fuelled salsa dancing, a fascinating history, perfectly preserved marinas and a glittering coastline to rival that of California, Cuba is quite simply, one of a kind. Culturally, Cuba is an extraordinarily distinct country. Its Afro-Latin musical heritage, mixed ethnic populations, remnants from its colonial past and its bold artwork demonstrating its political present, blend seamlessly into one of the most unique settings in the Caribbean.

With the Cuban tourist industry enjoying a long-awaited high, since the introduction of Raúl Castro’s more open business policies, there has never been a better time to see this Caribbean gem and discover all this island has to offer. Cuba is truly a country that needs to be experienced rather than visited, so lose yourself in the rhythm of the Son drum, inhale the aromas of Cuban coffee and tobacco, savour the flavours of Cuban rum, feel the heat of the Caribbean sun, absorb the vivacity of Cuban culture and witness the splendour of the country’s exquisite scenery. 

Cuba’s oldest city; Baracoa is a quaint town surrounded by lush rainforests, mountainous scenery, pristine rivers, crystal-clear waterfalls and a diverse selection of flora and fauna. 
One of Cuba's most charming cities, Camagüey’s winding cobblestone streets, crumbling colonial architecture and terracotta pots merge to create a scene both beautiful and surreal. 
White sands, turquoise seas, shady palm trees and Caribbean sun – Cay Coco is a paradise for beach lovers and sun worshipers alike.
Often described as the Paris of Cuba, Cienfuegos is a gorgeous town of fascinating history, magnificent architecture, and stunning sandy beaches, bound to charm any visitor.
Boasting some of Cuba’s most beautiful beaches, Guardalavaca is Holguin’s main beach resort. Despite its popularity, the town retains a charming atmosphere making it ideal for relaxation.
Cuba’s capital is a feast for all the senses; overflowing with colonial buildings, classic cars, salsa music, and the enticing aromas of coffee and cigars, Havana can captivate any visitor.
Dubbed “the most beautiful land ever seen by human eyes” by Christopher Columbus, the Holguin Province is bound to stun any visitor with its abundance of magnificent scenery.
A beautiful beach resort boasting white sands, azure seas, and lush rainforest in the surrounding areas, Jibacoa is a destination beloved by both Cubans and visitors alike.
Home to the beautifully surreal Valle de Viñales and two biosphere reserves, the Pinar del Rio Province is the perfect place to explore Cuba’s truly stunning scenery.
Boasting some of Cuba’s finest sands and clearest seas, the stunning Cayo Santa Maria is an ideal destination for scuba diving, surfing and beach relaxation.
Cuba’s music capital and a significant stage during the Cuban Revolution, Santiago de Cuba is a city brimming with melody and history. Ideal for lovers of Cuban culture. 
A sleepy colonial town boasting beautiful architecture and a charming laidback vibe, Trinidad offers a myriad of sights from locals playing chess on their doorsteps to grand museums.
Cuba’s most popular beach resort, Varadero is a stretch of powdery white sands fringed with sparkling blue seas, perfect for families, couples or anyone looking for a luxury beach break.