21305
Cuba/United States
Cuba by Land and Sea: A Grand Voyage Around the Island
Aboard a yacht-inspired ship, immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Cuba, discovering historic plazas, traditional music, remote harbors and distinct architecture in Old Havana.
Rating (4.84)
Program No. 21305RJ
Length
14 days
Starts at
5,995
Special Offer
Getting There
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At a Glance

Cuba may be best known for the faded colonial splendor of Havana, but the island’s real story is told in its small villages and varied landscapes. On this remarkable voyage, explore Cuba by land and sea, discovering coastal towns, remote beaches and the lush, tropical interior. Gain a special perspective of the Cuban people, their culture, history and daily life. And learn why Christopher Columbus, upon first laying eyes on the northern coast of Cuba in 1492, said this is “the most beautiful land human eyes have ever seen.”
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Moderate walking activities in a tropical climate. Streets in colonial districts are made of uneven cobblestone. Participants must be able to walk unassisted or opt out of the activities that involve a lot of walking. Many stairs at sites do not have railings.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Experience remote regions of Cuba including the eastern cities of Holguin and Santiago.
  • Meet and talk with youth, farmers, dancers, entrepreneurs, and others who introduce you to the full spectrum of modern Cuban life.
  • Explore historic plazas of Old Havana, the Fine Arts museum and Hemingway’s Farm.

General Notes

Round-trip flight from Miami to Cuba is included. Questions about Cuba? Road Scholar is an authority on travel to Cuba. Read our FAQs about travel to Cuba. www.roadscholar.org/collections/cuba-travel-facts/faqs
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