HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR CUBA CRUISES INCLUDE:

Cruises Cuba | Casilda TRINIDAD: A colonial jewel

Casilda - TRINIDAD: A colonial jewel

It’s easy to see why Trinidad has been called “the museum city of Cuba.” The meticulously preserved town offers a window into the past, from its sprawling colonial palaces and plazas to its remnants of sugar mills from another era.

Cruises to Cuba | CIENFUEGOS - Pearl of the South

CIENFUEGOS - Pearl of the South

Known as La Perla del Sur (Pearl of the South), Cienfuegos has long seduced travellers with its elegance, French influence and Caribbean panache. This is, perhaps, Cuba’s most sophisticated city.
founded in 1819, Cienfuegos is one of Cuba’s most architecturally interesting towns, and was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005.

Luxury Cuba Cruises | Santiago de Cuba - City of Soul

Santiago de Cuba - City of Soul

Cuba’s second largest city is a place with soul. Proximity to Jamaica and other tropical islands has infused the city with a distinctly Caribbean spirit that is seen in its art and architecture, heard in its music, and celebrated in its exuberant festivals – including the Festival del Caribe and the renowned Carnaval.

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Havana

With its salsa energy, swashbuckling history, Hemingway heritage and tropical heat, Havana is a city that seduces the visitor. Add to this the scent of cigars and the taste of an ice-cold daiquiri and the seduction is complete.

Cienfuegos

Known as La Perla del Sur (Pearl of the South), Cienfuegos has long seduced travellers with its elegance, French influence and Caribbean panache. This is, perhaps, Cuba’s most sophisticated city.

Casilda

It’s easy to see why Trinidad has been called “the museum city of Cuba.” The meticulously preserved town offers a window into the past, from its sprawling colonial palaces and plazas to its remnants of sugar mills and slave barracks from another era.

Santiago de Cuba

Cuba’s second largest city is a place with soul. Proximity to Jamaica and other tropical islands has infused the city with a distinctly Caribbean spirit that is seen in its art and architecture, heard in its music, and celebrated in its exuberant festivals – including the Festival del Caribe.

EXPERTLY PLANNED VOYAGES

Our exciting Cuba and Caribbean voyages have been expertly planned with the help of noted author, Dr Carrie Gibson. Carrie is a historian, journalist and author of Empire’s Crossroads: A History of the Caribbean, which focuses on the complex colonial history and its lasting impacts on this historically intricate region.

Before receiving her PhD from Cambridge in 2011, where her thesis focused on the impact of the Haitian Revolution on the Spanish Caribbean islands, she worked as a journalist across a number of places, including the Guardian, Observer, and most recently for BBC Radio 4. Carrie will be a featured guest speaker on selected cruises during our Winter 2017-18 voyages.

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