Cuba off the beaten track: Private guided walking holiday
From £1,950 to £2,450 14 days ex flights
Tailor made:This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
reviews for Walking holidays in Cuba
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I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
Getting to know the Cuban people and staying in their homes was an invaluable experience. By far my favourite moment was the tobacco wanting tour! We enjoyed it so much we returned 2 days later and had a great time visiting the owners of the different farms. (more)Chantal Moore
Being in the beautiful nature of Cuba and being with local guides was the most memorable. (more)Valerie Mamara
On the front end prior to the trip to Cuba, we had some very practical recommendations that helped harness expectations to match reality, which helped make the trip more enjoyable. Event and tour ticket pickup points and times were mostly easily understood and accurate. Most of the contracted guides were helpful, courteous, and provided a lot of insight into Cuban culture. I'll be a repeat customer. (more)Matt S
Meeting the warm, friendly people in cuba, our hosts at home stays and our
wonderful guides. The hiking was great too.
The exchange rate in cuba is not good for Americans so bring extra money
as you can't use cards.
I hope it benefited them. I know they appreciated the tips. The single use water bottle issue will be a problem quickly as the infrastructure probably can't handle the amount of tourists.
It was... (more)Leslie Repp
Watching an amazing couple dancing to a buena vista band in the casa de cultura in Vinales. They were unbelievable and the music was so good. It was much better staying in casa particulares rather than the government hotels which were out of town. Also visiting a little village school in Soroa and seeing how the teachers and children manage with so little resources.
Be flexible and make allowances for being in Cuba - Cuba e Cuba - and things don't work like... (more)Jayne Harnett
Havana - most exciting. Trekking through brown/red mud - most memorable. Walking was generally in woods without much in the way of views and always on narrow slipperey paths - no "dirt vehicle width roads" as the first item listed in the trip notes. Unfortunate that the "Two nights guaranteed in a hotel in Old Havana..." didn't materialise.
Read the trip notes carefully and research the country with material outside tour operator's description. Take extra stuff... (more)Sean Kavanagh