Cuba Luxury Tour
Date：October 18, 2016 (Guaranteed departure)
Feture: all top-rated hotels, no optional tours
Views: historical and cultural city: San Fu Euskirchen Trinidad, the capital of Havana, resort Hua Lundi Lao revolutionary philosophy of ancient China hero pull Memorial, Memorial Plaza armored train, the evening fire show.
Day 1 Vancouver – Varadero, Cuba
Take a direct flight from Vancouver to Varadero, Cuba. After arrival, check in and have dinner at the hotel.
Day 2 Varadero - Bellamar Cave
Spend your morning in the most relaxing way. Walk along the world-famous Varadero Beach and have a refreshing Piña Colada. Enjoy the spectacular view of the Caribbean. After lunch, head to Montanzas to visit the largest Bellamar Cave in North & South America. The caves are 300,000 years old and 2500 meters long, with walls glittering eerily with crystals.
Day 3 Cienfuegos (UNESCO)
After breakfast, travel to Cienfuegos, also known as the Pearl of the South. The port of Cienfuegos is the largest in southern Cuba, accounting for 30% of the country’s international trade. Visit the Plaza José Martí, named after the Cuban national hero. It’s also a historic center with lots of beautiful architectures. Then see the Catedral de la Purisima Concepcion, Tomas Terry Theatre, and the unique Casa De Cultura. Along the main street comes Palacio De Valle, an architectural jewel reminiscent of Spanish-Moorish art, a luxury home to the old-time nobles.
Day 4 Trinidad (UNESCO)
Enjoy the facilities and drinks of the resort for a leisurely morning. In the afternoon visit one of the oldest city in Cuba, the Trinidad, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1988. Trinidad is occupied by many Spanish classical architectures that worth taking photos of and learning the stories behind them. Later on visit a famous china factory and spoil yourself with a classic Cuban drink Canchánchara.
Day 5 Che Guevara Mausoleum – Havana
Today set out to Santa Clara, the last revolution battlefield of Cuba in 1958. Visit Monumento A La Toma Del Tren Blindado and Che Guevara Mausoleum. It houses the remains of revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara and twenty-nine of his fellow combatants killed in 1967. A visit to this memorial is a fascinating study in both history and passion. Arrive in Havana before dinner.
Day 6 Valle de Vinales (UNESCO)
After breakfast, head towards Pinar del Río, a tobacco growing and processing industry center. We will visit a cigar factory to see how these world-famous cigars are made by hand. A guided tour in the tobacco field with professional explanation will definitely enhance your experience. See Valle de Vinales, one of Cuba's most magnificent natural settings. Take a cruise into one of the limestone cave and explore the Mayan ruins. Enjoy a traditional roasted pork dinner before returning to Havana.
Day 7 Old Havana (UNESCO)
Today is all about Old Havana, the beautiful and historic city center of Havana. Many streets and squares are colonial style due to the Spanish colonization in 1607. Visit Plaza de Armas and Palacio de los Capitanes; tour Chinatown on a vintage car; see Museo de Navegación, El Capitolio, opera and art museum. This is the best place to do some shopping for friends and family. Enjoy an exclusive dinner in the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, a place hosts national banquet to all heads of state. After dinner, take a walk in the second oldest fort built by the Spanish and watch a cannon show performed by a 18th century troop.
Day 8 Havana - Varadero QVancouver
Visit the Havana Club Museum, a brand of rum created in Cuba in 1934, and now one of the best-selling rum brands in the world. Also see the University of Havana in the Vedado district and Plaza de la Revolución. After lunch, head over to Ernest Hemingway to learn about this great writer. Then have a Peña Colada while you amaze at the view of Bocanayague Bridge Mirador. Your spectacular trip end with the departure to Vancouver by the evening.