All packages offered by Havana Unique Travel could be booked on private basis, with a guide-driver service, led in various languages.
Spoken languages: English, French, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, German, others.
Havana & Varadero
(8 Days / 7 Nights)
Note: We’ve decided to show only our best-selling honeymoon tour to Cuba. The itinerary can be tailor-made to suit the client’s preferences.
Havana was founded in 1519 as an assembly point for ships taking silver to Spain and was therefore a city of great strategic and commercial importance. Havana is still one of the finest examples of Spanish colonial cities in the Americas and more than any city in the world is like stepping back in time. There is little trace of modern global commerce, no burger joints, no neon and not much advertising. There is little traffic and the cars that do cruise the streets tend to be antique models. The Old City (Havana Vieja), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is currently being restored to its former glory, while many old mansions are battling against the corrosive effects of the sea air giving the city an atmospheric feel. Today, over 50 years after the revolution, the city has a vibrant music and arts scene and is a lively Spanish Caribbean city.
This is Cuba’s most renowned and popular beach destination. Varadero is the common name for the entire length of the Hicacos Peninsula. The peninsula, which takes its name from a local spiny cactus, is 21km (13 miles) long, with a nearly continuous broad band of fine white sand fronting a clear blue sea. Backed by mangroves and the calm waters of Cárdenas Bay, it is less than a mile at its widest point. Home to indigenous populations and a base camp for itinerant Taíno and Carib fishermen, Varadero was largely ignored throughout the Spanish colonial period. The first hotel was built here in 1910, and U.S. industrial magnate Irénée Dupont built his Xanadú Mansion here in 1928. A small cadre of celebrities and gangsters followed, including Al Capone.
– City Tour of Havana
– Cigars and Rum Tour
– Tropicana Cabaret Show
Viñales Valley is well-known for its unique round-top hills called mogotes, scattered around 130 square kilometres. The visitor takes in glimpses of La Ermita’s stunning views on their way uphill. Located on the verge of a mogote and designed in neo-colonial style, the hotel is laid as a half-moon around spacious lawns around a big swimming pool.Book it now!
The four-star Capri hotel is located in the heart of downtown Havana, making it the ideal starting point for getting to know Cuba’s vibrant capital city. The hotel has 220 comfortable guest rooms and suites. All of our elegant rooms feature natural daylight, a welcoming atmosphere and a modernized 1950’s-inspired décor. You can take advantage […]Book it now!
The 5-star All Inclusive Cayo Santa Maria hotel is the perfect complement for an unforgettable holiday. The setting on a gorgeous beach on a reclusive isle some 30 miles from the mainland is just amazing. The main pool is a visual delight and is overhung by thatched king-size Bali beds. All its rooms are overlooking the sea and they are well- decorated with tropical motifs.Book it now!
Very close to the famous Plaza Vieja and the lively Plaza de San Francisco de Asis, the elegant Raquel hotel captivates the Art Nouveau style. The beauty and sensuality of this romantic ambiance coexist well with other expressive eclectic elements in its architecture. Its biblical name and some of its spaces evoke the Hebrew culture.Book it now!
New hostel very closed to the Old Square (Plaza Vieja). It has 6 rooms with independent bathroom and with great comfort for a nice staying. It has balcony overlooking to Plaza Vieja. Address: Calle San Ignacio No. 402 e/ Sol y Muralla, Havana, Cuba. Number of Rooms: 6Book it now!