Group Solo Travel in Cuba
Travel solo as part of a luxury group tour to Cuba
Why travel solo to Cuba?
Faded glamour and old-world charm come together on one of the most beautiful (and misunderstood) of Caribbean islands.
Hanging out in Havana, you’ll quickly discover this is a country very much with its own playlist. Indeed, Cuba’s musical roots reach far beyond the Buena Vista Social Club, from salsa and bolero to its legendary jazz scene – the island’s musical heritage is second to none.
And Havana itself? A city of timelessness, whose time-worn architecture is best absorbed on a walking tour through the Unesco-listed Old Town, as vintage Cadillacs purr by or why not head out to the Viñales valley to meet the maestro tobacco makers – or even try some wine?
While it’s true that Cuba is slowly changing, there’s still some way to go. Internet is scarce and blackouts can happen, so travelling with a group is often preferable to going it entirely solo, so your local guide can steer you through inevitable bumps in the road and you can simply sit back – and embrace the adventure.
What's The Weather Like?
Cuba has an average summer temperature of 27ºC (81ºF) and an average winter temperature of 21ºC (70ºF). The best time to visit Cuba is between December and May when the weather is dry and you can expect many sunny days.
Average temp in high season
What Are The National Languages?
What is the currency?
Cuban peso; though bring Euros with you
Cuba Daylight Time is GMT -4
Top Three Experiences
1. Cruise the capital in an iconic 1950s car
2. Join the Cuban Masters for a bicycle tour of Havana
3. Learn how to dance salsa
Top five dishes to try
1. Ropa Vieja – slow-cooked shredded beef & vegetables
2. Picadillo – ground pork or beef hash
3. Pernil – roasted pork shoulder
4. Tostones – fried green plantains
5. Masitas – fried marinated pork chunks
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TOP PLACES TO VISIT IN CUBA
Crayola-coloured buildings, cobbled streets and Cadillacs – yes, Cuba’s capital is every bit the characterful city you’re anticipating. But it’s so much more besides: spontaneous streetside fiestas, late-nights at La Fabrica, salsa dancing in sweaty bars and quirky paladar restaurants… Other city breaks just can’t compete.
Group solo travel in Cuba opens you up to the vineyards and tobacco farms of the Unesco-listed Viñales Valley – a region that might be harder to reach on your own. Here you can tick off cave sites, such as the Cueva del Indio (Indio Cave), go zip-lining or feast at locally-run organic farms.
SAN JUAN Y MARTÍNEZ
Tobacco purists shouldn’t miss this town in the Pinar del Río Province, where hombre habaneros (cigar masters) get to work rolling Cuba’s finest – ready to transport to the tobacco houses of Havana and ship around the world..
Cayo Levisa island is a nature lover’s dream, with mangroves on one side and a long, white, sandy beach on the other. Naturally, the ocean teems with life – so remember to bring your snorkelling gear.
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