Proudly the owner of the title of being the largest and the most populated island in the entire Caribbean, Cuba is rich in landscape, culture and cuisine. Holidays all inclusive in Cuba offer you stunning landscapes of pristine beaches, azure waters, and pristine mountains, rolling hills, dramatic cliffs and lively cities. Cheap all inclusive holidays in Cuba are famous for its cigars, rum and Che Guavara. The island has a pretty rich heritage ranging from pre-Columbian culture to the grandeur of Spanish colonialism. Cuba’s main city Havana is said to be the most beautiful town in the entire Caribbean. Old Havana with its architectural heritage has been declared a city of world heritage by UNESCO.
Beach wise, Cuba is definitely truly Caribbean with pristine white sands, warm waters and a palm lined coastline. While you are here why not pay a visit to the picturesque Varadero – Cuba’s most famous beach resort around two hours away from Havana. Here you’ll find a 20 kilometre long strip of white velvety sands. On the east, there’s Guardalavaca to compete with Varadero. Here too you’ll have around 20 kilometres of beaches with white sands and waters in all shades of blue. In this part of the island you’ll also find the Mensura National park with its rainforests and waterfalls while on Cuba Holidays.
The nightlife on holidays in Cuba is what we call legendary. The Cubans love to party and the evenings here are like magic. For Cubans, a night out in town means serious dressing up and dancing. What some travellers say, ‘Your trip to Cuba is incomplete if you haven’t done salsa under the Havana moon’. There are lots of discotheques, nightclubs and bars to shake a leg at while in Cuba. The clubs in Cuba lay emphasis on a strict dress code and age of entry, youngsters under the age of 18 aren’t allowed into any clubs.
When to go:
With a hot and sunny climate and average temperatures of 24°C, Cuba has a tropical climate. The best time for all inclusive Cuba vacations is during the months of December to May when the season is dry. Though, during December and January the daytime temperatures often drop below 20°C. If you’re planning to visit during the months of June to November, be prepared for some showers.
Cuba certainly knows how to party; the festivals worth attending while on a trip to Cuba include the Santiago’s Carnival and Havana’s International Ballet festival.
Map of Cuba, Caribbean
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