Cuba lies just 150 km off the coast of Florida and mainland USA, and a short island hop away from Jamaica. The country’s isolation, following the revolution of late 1958, meant for a long time few visitors ever ventured here, and today it remains one of the world’s last bastions of communism. Now, however, Cuba is once again open and as its tourist trade expands everyone can enjoy the delights of one of the most alluring islands in the Caribbean.

Hot sunny days, fields of sugar cane, palm trees, deep clear blue sea, vintage cars, cocktails and cigars. Cuba has all these things, but it is also a country with a deep-rooted, complex culture in which old traditions and new intellectual developments co-exist. It is a young and vital island, a place of music and colour, which despite severe economic difficulties in recent years has held on to its unique identity.

Journeys Elite is able to offer tailor-made trips throughout this varied island, anything from a week relaxing in the Caribbean, to a longer journey exploring its contrasting regions and warm hospitality. Come and enjoy Cuba now.

Havana – the very name has a magical ring to it. Habana Veija – Old Havana was built by the Spanish in the 16th & 17th centuries. The city is addictive and stimulating and its fine colonial-style architecture exudes an elegant charm.   It's a city of great character, which should be explored at a leisurely pace.