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Cuba vacations: an all-inclusive piece of paradise

All-inclusive resorts along countless beaches, a rich culture, fantastic music, friendly people and an abundance of activities both in and out of the water make Cuba an ideal choice for a fun-filled holiday!

Enticing Havana, the capital

While on vacation in Cuba, one of the best places to take in the country's stunning architecture and fascinating history is in its capital, Havana. The bustling city center is filled with music, open-air markets, plazas and colourful personalities. And don't miss the chance to visit another Cuban institution: a rum factory.

Beautiful beaches and resorts

All-inclusive packages to Cuba offer you peace of mind so you can enjoy worry-free holidays on a sunny beach in a resort that caters to your needs. You’ll find plenty to choose from in Varadero, Cayo Coco, Camagüey and Holguin. Along with strolling the miles upon miles of white sand beaches, those staying at resorts can also participate in a variety of water sports (including kite-surfing) or enjoy coastal views from a catamaran.

Diving and snorkelling in Cuba

Trips to Cuba are an absolute must for divers. Just off the Santa Lucia beach in Camagüey, there are over 35 different dive sites featuring crystalline waters, colourful coral reefs and a wide variety of sea life. Travellers near Cayo Coco and the beautiful Playa Pilar can explore the reefs and gaze at the colourful fish, while tourists in Holguin can enjoy swimming with the dolphins.

Night time fun in Cuba

The enticing sounds of Cuban music can be heard everywhere day and night. After spending a fun and relaxing day on the beach, why not enjoy an evening at the lively discos in Varadero, take in a show at a resort or even try a few steps of salsa and merengue?

Cuba excursions

Nolitours offers many tours and excursions for everyone’s taste and budget. Find out more about these Cuba excursions today.

Local hotels and resorts

Trip to Cuba: good to know

Cuba weather: monthly average temperature

Cuban Climate


The Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC) is the official currency that travellers use while visiting Cuba. CUC's can only be exchanged within the country - at an airport or at a kiosk conveniently located at most hotels and resorts.

Official language

Cuban Spanish is Cuba's official language, which is associated with Caribbean Spanish. Haitian Creole is the second most popular language in Cuba.

Passport and visas

To get information regarding passports and all necessary visas, please visit the country travel advice and advisories of the Government of Canada.


To obtain information concerning vaccines, please visit the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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