If in search of a memorable weekend getaway, our Havana Night tour will fulfill your desire to immerse yourself in one of the most colorful and coveted cities in the Caribbean in just four days. Experience the country’s most culturally significant sites by day while joining in local celebrations by night with expertly chosen bars and restaurants.
Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
Spend a long weekend enjoying two of the most interesting and diverse districts of the capital city, the historic old town and modern downtown areas. Gain an inside perspective and unique understanding of the country and its people to establish a lifelong connection in just a few short days. Delve into the heart of the art and music scene, enjoy both classic and new culinary creations, and leave the island with a relaxed mind yet energized spirit.
Day One: Miami to Havana
Begin your journey to Cuba with a charter flight onboard Havana Air, departing from Miami International Airport. Arrive to Jose Marti International Airport and check-in to one of our preferred hotels before enjoying a welcome cocktail reception and program orientation. Conclude the evening with a welcome dinner at a local paladar and enjoy a free evening to explore what Havana has to offer.
Day Two: Old Havana
Begin the morning with a tour profiling the great American author Ernest Hemmingway and explore the village and residence that served as the inspiration for some of his most famous works. Visit a scale model of Old Havana before an escorted walking tour through the cobblestone streets of the city, appreciating the grand colonial architecture that led to its UNESCO designation. Tour a local rum factory to learn about the historical production process and sample the final product.
Day Three: Downtown Havana
Tour the historical sites of downtown Havana with a panoramic bus tour, including the infamous Plaza de la Revolucion, before a visit to the Callejon de Hamel Art Project led by world renowned Cuban artist Salvador Gonzalez. After lunch, the tour continues towards the regional baseball stadium Estadio Latinoamericano, Cementerio de Cristobal Colon, and Fuster Project in Jaimanitas among other culturally significant sites before concluding at El Morro Castle, the fortress built in 1589 to guard the bay of Havana. Take the opportunity to truly step back in time and be chauffeured through the Maleon
Day Four: Old Havana to Miami
Spend the morning on a tour of a local rum factory to learn about the historical production process and sample the final product before a visit to Cathedral Square to see one of the eleven Roman Catholic cathedrals on the island. Depart on a direct charter flight to Miami International Airport in the early afternoon.
Tour Program DetailsDesination: Havana
Type: Tour Program