Cuba is the largest Island in the Caribbean, it’s about 1250km long, and is made up of 1600 Islands, Inlets and Cays.
Getting around Cuba isn’t always that easy, trains are rare and often delayed, there is no GPS in Cuba currently, and many of it’s roads are not sign posted, however all of our holiday packages include transfers, and we have all our own reps who work exclusively for us and are on hand 24/7 locally.
There is so much to see and do in Cuba, each province is different from the next, each city has its own unique vibe and architecture. Cities like Havana, Cienfuegos and Trinidad are bursting with colour and music, they are home to wonderful Baroque, neo classical, art nouveua and art deco buildings from the 1600’s.
We have put together the below table, which gives approximate journey times for some of the most popular destinations in Cuba, these times are based on private car transfers, without any stops, coach transfers normally take a little longer.