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The coastline of this beautiful island stands out thanks to hundreds of kilometres of white sandy beaches. Cuba has been an attractive destination for tourists from all over the world. Known for its great rum production, Cuba is also recognized to make high-end cigars. Cuba, a true cradle of Latin music, will certainly charm you with its tropical sounds!
Cuba is without a doubt the perfect spot for beach enthusiasts. Simply think of the magnificent Varadero Peninsula, where dozens of hotels offer breathtaking views of crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches. Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo are also very popular escapes for beach-goers. In addition, the winds are favorable if you wish to practice kitesurfing. If you prefer tranquility, Cayo Largo also offers a nice section of beach on the Caribbean Sea. Let’s not forget Cayo Santa Maria, a favorite getaway for so many travelers: have the time of your life in this dreamy beach destination!
Rich in culture and history, Havana attracts millions of visitors every year. The Spanish colonial architecture of the Cuban capital will transport you completely to another era! The city seems frozen in 1960. Spend the evening dining at one of the many typical restaurants, dancing salsa and sipping a good mojito! Nostalgic, romantic and colorful, Havana is definitely a destination that you should add to your bucket list next time you come to Cuba!
It is well known that Cuba is one of the largest rum producers in America. Take advantage of your visit to Havana to stop at the Havana Club Museum, where history unfolds about the making of this popular nectar. It will most likely catch your attention while waiting for the tasting at the end of the visit. Purchase the perfect mementos and souvenirs at the museum's boutique!
Visit Santa Clara and discover a museum dedicated to the iconic Che Guevara. A visit that will immerse you in history and allow you to learn more about this beautiful country! End your visit by taking some pictures of the monument dedicated to this great man.
While visiting Cuba, make your dreams come true: swim with dolphins! Several popular destinations offer a visit to the local dolphinarium. Ask your destination representative for more information about available options.
There are two types of currency available in Cuba: the Cuban Peso (currency used by Cubans) and the Convertible Cuban Peso (currency used by tourists). Canadian travelers are advised to bring Canadian dollars which can be exchanged on site for local currency.
Voltage is 220V in most hotels. If your devices only work on 110V, be sure to bring a converter.
Electrical outlets are generally able to accommodate flat plugs (such as those used in North America) and round pin plugs (such as those used in Europe). On the other hand, remember that some older hotels can only take round pin plugs. Please remember to bring a power adapter and a converter.
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