Cuba 360°

12 days (11 nights)
Reserve your spot by paying a
deposit from £ 100
Nature and Adventure 60%
Monuments and History 50%
Relax 80%
City and Culture 50%
Party & Nightlife 40%

This itinerary aims to discover Cuba, the Caribbean’s biggest and most dynamic island. Often dubbed the ‘country of the revolution’, Cuba holds a controversial past, but promises visitors an experience like no other. We’ll begin our journey in Havana, the heart of Cuban culture, letting ourselves be immersed in the colours, sounds and scents that define this incredible island.

Travel mood

A 1.100km (684 miles) trip might feel challenging, but our daily schedule will be done at a steady pace. Backpacks are mandatory, please no suitcases as we’ll change hotels at least six times!

Travel difficulty

There won’t be any physical effort required for the whole trip. The horse riding experience is optional, and suited to any activity or fitness level.

Cuba 12 days
Starting from
£ 1,249
Deposit £ 100 - Balance starting from £ 1,149

Departures from10/07
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Havana: Meet Up in the Capital

Day 1 - details

Flights to and from the UK are not included in the package, so you can decide from where and when you want to leave! This gives you complete freedom of choice to adjust your travel itinerary to your needs.

Hotel check-in in Havana. Welcome dinner to get to know your new friends, and what a better way than starting off our adventure with some delicious Cuban cuisine? Perhaps an “Arroz con pollo”? Or a taste of “Ajiaco”? All washed down with a generous helping of Cuba-Libre (the first of many…).

Welcome dinner included in TO Services.

Horse riding and Cigar Tasting in Viñales

Day 2 - details
A Slice of Heaven

Viñales is a small town cradled within a national park, and is home to just a few thousand inhabitants. Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, Viñales is a leading example of Caribbean life.
World-famous Cuban Cigars are predominantly produced in… yep, you guessed it, Viñales! When we’re there it'll feel like the set of a film, WeRoaders on horseback, surrounded by stretches of tobacco plantations, and mixing with locals. Needless to say, not only will we see how the cigars are produced, but we’ll be able to try them (and it’s perfectly legally to bring a few back home, don’t worry!).

Included: Transportation from Havana to Viñales, horseback riding, plantation entrance Money Pot: local transportation Not included: food and beverages

Cayo Jutas: Azure water and White Sand

Day 3 - details
To the Sea!

Today we’ll leave the mainland in search of the sea. This is our first day of total relaxation, and at just one hour from Viñales, starting it will be easy. On arrival we’ll be met with white sand beaches, azure water, and that sweet, sweet Caribbean breeze.

First thing’s first, we’ll need to seek out the nearest chiringuito to get some well-deserved Piña Coladas. We’ll sip them (straight out of the coconut of course) on the beach, and after we can lounge in the sun, swim in the sea, or take a long walk in search of Mangrove forests. The island is so picturesque, there will be no shortage of Instagram-worthy backdrops! In the evening we’ll head back to Viñales where we’ll experience the renowned cuban hospitality, and maybe, just maybe, we’ll even learn some Salsa moves!

Money Pot: transportation & entrance fees Not included: food and beverages

Snorkeling, Hiking and Exceptional Playa Giron’s Lobster

Day 4 - details
Playa Larga or Playa Giron?

Playa Larga and Playa Giron are two beaches overlooking the ‘Bay of Pigs’, which is particularly sought out by hiking enthusiasts! We’ll be in the perfect place to practise our snorkelling skills, the sea is warm and crystal clear making the rainbow-coloured fish and corals a lot easier to see!

We’ll seek out a traditional restaurant for lunch, which provides the perfect opportunity to try the local, and incredibly affordable sea-food, lobster anyone?

Included: transportation from Viñales and Playa Giron Money Pot: Transportation and entrance fees Not included: food and beverages

The Colours of Trinidad and the Streets of Plaza Mayor

Day 5 - details
The Heart of Cuba

In just two and a half hours, we’ll arrive in the pristine streets of Trinidad, which are peppered with colourful buildings and warm Cuban hospitality.

The atmosphere of the streets is unparalleled, music fills our ears and the freshest fish and fruit fill our stomachs. The hospitality of locals is a well-known trait, you can walk into a bar a stranger and leave a friend, with the high-possibility of being taught some Salsa moves along the way!

We’ll have dinner on a terrace, to enjoy the mesmerising rooftop view of the city. As the night draws in, the music gets louder, all set to the steady flow of Piña Coladas and Mojitos!

Included: Transportation from Playa Giron to Trinidad Money Pot: Local Transportation and entrance fees Not included: food and beverages.

Playa Ancón: Relax to the Max

Day 6 - details
Beach Day

In the morning we’ll go to Playa Ancón, one of the most beautiful beaches of the Cuban coast. White sand, turquoise waters, pretty kiosk for snacks and drinks, straw umbrellas and palm trees… Playa Ancón is the perfect place for relaxing,

Right before lunch we’ll leave on a catamaran… just like Pirates of the Caribbeans! It wouldn’t be a proper day at the sea without a boat trip, that will be topped with mojitos and cigars all day long. All day. We mean it ;)

Once we’re back on the dry land we’ll just have to wait for the right moment: a group picture at sunset on the Cuban seaside is a must do!

Escursione in catamarano, trasporti locali ed ingressi inclusi nella cassa comune. Pasti e bevande a carico dei singoli partecipanti.

Topes de Collantes National Park and Salto del Caburnì Waterfall

Day 7 - details
Forests and Waterfalls

After yesterday’s relaxation… it’s time for adventure! Topes de Collantes is a fascinating natural park situated just outside Trinidad. We’re off to the Cuban jungle, where we’ll be hiking admist giant butterflies, vibrant hummingbirds and tropical plants. Sure, it’ll be hot and humid, but the sweat is definitely worth the views! We’ll walk towards Caburnì, where the route will be lined with thick, lush vegetation and breathtaking panoramic views. We’ll walk through coffee plantations, traditional Cuban villages, before arriving at the famous Salto del Caburnì waterfall, where scintillating natural pools await…

In the afternoon we’ll head back to Trinidad for dinner and, if you remembered your dancing shoes, Salsa lessons!

Lobster Time!

For dinner we’ll enjoy authentic cuban cuisine; there are no words to express how good the grilled lobster is!

Afterwards, we’ll dance it off and enjoy the music at an incredible club called Cueva. What’s so special about it? It’s situated underground in a cave, and promises an experience like nothing you’ve seen before!

Included: dinner Money Pot: transports, entrance fees Not included: food & beverages

Los Ingenios valley and sugar plantations

Day 8 - details
On the Road

The land around Trinidad is emblematic of Cuban prowess when it comes to shaping its rich landscape to reap all the possible rewards. While the north boasts tobacco plantations, the sugar plantations reign supreme here, with Manaca-Iznaga (famous for its bell tower) and Guáimaro (where you can find a Sugar Museum) stealing the show.

We’ll have the chance to walk up a colonial tower which dominates the whole valley, and where we’ll be sure to take a group selfie! Our next stop is Remedios, and more specifically Santa Clara, which is famously known for the battle where the dictator Batista was defeated by Ernesto Guevara (AKA El Che) and his revolutionary forces.

We’ll also have the chance to visit his mausoleum, where we’ll be able trace back all the key moments that shaped Cuba’s modern history.

Included: transportation from Trinidad to Remedios Money Pot: local transports, entrance fees Not included: food & beverages

Cayo Santa Maria: Tropical Paradise

Day 9 - details
Caribbean Beaches

Picture-perfect sand and crystal-clear water: welcome to Cayo Santa Maria. A small island situated in the Jardines del Rey archipelagos, Cayo Santa Maria is a UNESCO Biodiversity Reserve, promising perfect opportuinites for snorkeling and diving. Not only do you stand the chance of finidng Nemo and his friends, but the water is so hot, it feels like a thermal bath. It certainly won’t be easy to leave, but maybe our appetites will win… It’s back to Remedios for dinner!

Overnight stay in Remedios.

Money Pot: local transports, entrance fees Not included: food & beverages

Back to Havana

Day 10 - details
Back to the Capital

Once we get to Havana, we’ll have a refreshing drink on the El Malecón beach.
The famous promenade is the perfect place to admire pre-revolution architecture, grab a bite from one of the many restaurants and even hail a Cuban bike taxi!

Did you know that Cuba’s most popular drink isn’t actually a cocktail, but beer? Fuerte Bucanero or a Cristal, the choice of cerveza is yours!

Included: transportation from Remedios to Havana Money Pot: local transports, entrance fees Not included: food & beverages

Discovering the Streets of Habana Vieja

Day 11 - details
La Habana Vieja

We’ll spend the morning exploring the most famous sights of the city, Plaza de Armas, Plaza Vieja and Plaza de la Catedral, where the architecture is seeped in five centuries worth of history. The whole district is UNESCO world heritage site, so there won’t be a shortage of epic photo opportunities! The iconic, vintage cars, hotels that hosted clandestine parties during the prohibition, the Bacardi building where the world-famous rum was invented, Cinema Payret, the legendary Floridita restaurant; It’ll be a busy morning!

Included: goodbye dinner Money Pot: local transportation and entrance fees Not included: food & drinks

So Long, Farewell

Day 12 - details
Check-out and Goodbyes

We’ll hug, we’ll cry, we’ll say goodbye, but only until our next WeRoad adventure!
When we think of Cuba, it’s this experience that will come to mind. Cuba es pura vida, puro amor!

End of services. The itinerary may undergo some variations that differ from what is stated above. These variations may not be foreseen nor dependent on WeRoad’s control, i.e. climate conditions, national holidays, strikes, etc.
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travel coordinators

Our coordinators are selected becuase they are people like you, passionate travellers, able to share the tour as one of your travel mates but with the professional experience of a tour leader to let you live the travel experience at its best.

Tour price

What’s included

  • Accommodation in shared bedrooms
  • All breakfasts
  • All long-haul transport
  • Horse Riding trip on day 2
  • Lobster dinner on day 7
  • Welcome dinner
  • Farewell dinner
  • Travel Coordinator services

What’s not included

  • Roundtrip flight to/from destination
  • Food and beverages when not specified
  • All the extras you'll be able to fit in your backpack
  • All that is not mentioned in "what's included"

Money Pot includes

  • Local transport
  • Catamaran trip on day
  • Coordinator's money pot share
  • All extra activities that each member of the group agrees on doing, including the coordinator's fee.

The Money Pot is approximately 150 pounds and is collected on-site by the Coordinator. The amount of the Money Pot may change due to the number of activities that the group decides to do. The spare money (if any) will be returned at the end of the trip.

  • Accommodation

    World famous Casas Particulares Cubane. Typical colonial houses, which might not be exactly what we’re used to. This will give us a valuable insight into how the local population live, even though we’ll have to give up some creature comforts.

    No-sharing Room Option is not available for all tours.
  • Transports

    Local transportation where possible, private transfers for some connections.

  • Staff

    You'll travel with a WeRoad Coordinator, which is more or less the best travel buddy you could wish for.

  • Visas and Vaccinations

    Before booking, please ensure to check what documents, visas, and vaccinations are required to enter the country you are visiting. If you have any questions, please contact us.