Experience stunning landscapes and awe-inspiring landmarks with a choise of award-winning Cuba holidays from Journey Latin America. Contact our experts and start planning your trip today.
Cuba is the largest of all the Caribbean islands and one of the most fascinating. It has a unique and eventful history, mirrored in the outpourings of its rich culture of music, dance, and socio-political innovation.
The island also has stunning landscapes, from the unique limestone plateau scenery west of Havana through tropical plantations to the rugged mountains and forests of the Sierra Maestra in the east. Cuba is liberally dotted with pristine sandy beaches and restored colonial towns. While the façades of the pre-revolutionary period remain, they sit alongside increasingly efficient new hotels, resorts, roads and other tourist facilities.
Journey Latin America offers a diverse selection of Cuba holidays, suited to all requirements; whether you're a solo traveller, are looking to join a group tour, or are searching for a family holiday to Cuba.
Experience Cuba in comfort and style on our Luxury Cuba: Colonial classic and coast holiday. Stay in the country's top-of-the-range accommodation, explore the colonial streets of Havana and Trinidad, and soak-up the sun on the chalky white sand beach at the Caribbean island Cayo Santa María.
Join us for a group tour if you wish to explore Cuba together with like-minded people. On our Parakeet: Cuba beyond the beach holiday you'll get to visit colonial Havana, hike to Castro's revolutionary hideout in the Sierra Maestre and relax on the beautiful Caribbean beaches.
If you're adventurous in spirit, the most rewarding way to travel around Cuba is to drive your own hire-car. See the highlights of Cuba on the Self-drive Cuba: Best of the west holiday, or discover the less visited eastern end of Cuba on our Self-drive: Explore the east road trip. Walk around Havana's historic centre, drive through limestone landscapes in the Viñales Valley and explore colonial gem, Trinidad.
Contact our Travel Experts if you want to experience a holiday to Cuba for yourself. We have 40 years of experience in organising award-winning trips to Central and South America, so you can trust us to book a holiday to remember.
From expertly designed Pre-designed Holidays to trail-blazing Group Tours, browse our range of carefully crafted holidays.
Active Cuba: Bike, hike, kayak
14 days from £1,948pp
Family Cuba: Salsa, beach and vintage cars
15 days from £3,076pp
Luxury Cuba: Colonial classics and coast
10 days from £2,260pp
Group - Discovery
Parakeet: Cuba Beyond the beach
15 days from £3,014pp
Places To Visit In Cuba
Discover our guide to the most exciting, memorable and inspiring places to visit.
Off the beaten track is the historical town of Baracoa, nestled among lush tropical countryside, sheltered white-sand coves and verdant plantations.
The attractive cultural city of Camagüey boasts a Spanish colonial core, the national theatre in a picturesque plaza, and a highly respected ballet company.
Caribbean cayes and coast
The powdery white sands and inviting turquoise waters of Cuba’s exquisite beaches are ideal for swimming, water sports or simply unwinding on a sun lounger.
Cienfuegos, Santa Clara and Bay of Pigs
Discover the attractive maritime city of Cienfuegos, and the revolutionary history of nearby Santa Clara and the Bay of Pigs.
Things to do
We proudly offer the widest range of activities, excursions and one-of-a-kind experiences across all our destinations, tried and tested personally by our travel experts.
Che Guevara Memorial and Santa Clara city
Climb a Cuban table mountain
Club Tropicana Cabaret
Cuban home dining experience
Browse our unrivalled portfolio of accommodation . Every option has been carefully chosen by our team of travel experts, so you can rest assured that you’ll relax in utter comfort.
Cuba / Vinales and the Sierra de los Organos
Casas particulares – homestays
Cuba / Sierra Maestra and the northeast
Cuba / Santiago de Cuba
Hotel Casa Granda
Cuba / Vinales and the Sierra de los Organos
Where to go when - our guide to Cuba
The weather in Cuba is wide and varied
As the largest of all the Caribbean islands, Cuba is replete with diverse landscapes. From the verdant limestone outcrops of the west to the unspoilt forests of the eastern Sierra Maestra mountains, here the climate remains deliciously hot all year round. There are two distinct seasons. December - May sees the most visitors, with less chance of rain, lower humidity and temperatures in the high 20°Cs. During the wet season from June - November, there is increased rainfall, higher humidity and temperatures which creep above 30°C. This is a less popular time to visit, though June can be a good option as the heaviest rains have not yet set in. Between Aug and Nov there is a chance of hurricanes and tropical storms.
Cubans love to celebrate, and there are colourful street parades and cultural events which take place throughout the year, usually accompanied by contagious drumming rhythms and traditional dancing. Carnival in July is one of the biggest affairs, with glittering processions and blowout celebrations igniting the streets of Cuba’s major cities and towns.
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Real Latin America Experts
Carrie Gallagher - Travel Consultant
A former JLA tour leader, Carrie brings a wealth of on-the-ground experience to our London-based Escorted Groups team.
Hannah Waterhouse - Travel Consultant
Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.
Jamie Swan - Product & Marketing
Jamie backpacked across Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil before joining us; he has a degree in politics and is also a keen sportsman..
Lina Fuller - Travel Consultant
Lina's passion for the continent where she was born really took off when she moved to Córdoba to study, spending the holidays travelling between Argentina and her native Colombia.
Sophie Barber - Travel Consultant
Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia.
Jim Ashworth - Product & Marketing
Jim first caught the Latin American travel bug in 2001 when he decided at the last minute to join a friend travelling around Central America – he hasn't looked back since.