$7999 – 23-Day Mexico & Cuba w/Qantas Flights, Save 37%
Experience a country that transcends time in Cuba, and explore Mexico's exotic, colourful culture
Mojitos on secluded white sand beaches, vintage cars and chilli-spiced cuisine, untouched colonial architecture and firework fuelled fiesta's: take a step back in time and immerse yourself in the exotic and colourful landscapes of Mexico and Cuba.
This epic, 23-day small-group tour includes return airfares, accommodation, all transportation and sightseeing for $7999 - a saving of up to 37% off similar flight-inclusive holidays in the market.
- Return international economy airfares with Qantas
- Internal economy flight from Cancun to Havana with Interjet (or similar)
- Mostly 4-star accommodation including iconic the Hotel Nacional in Havana
- 4 nights in a comfortable Cuban B&B
- All transportation throughout including coach and internal flights
- Breakfast daily, four lunches and four dinners as per itinerary
- Mexico - you may be sharing with other travellers, but will be fully escorted with an English-speaking guide throughout
- All activities listed in the itinerary unless a paid optional
- Small group tour with a maximum of 25 people
Valid for travel 10 March, 19 May, 14 July, 18 August, 13 October and 10 November.
*Prices are per person, twin share based on departure from Melbourne or Sydney. Flight-inclusive packages are also available departing Brisbane from $8099, Adelaide from $8149 and Perth from $8199.
Starting your adventure in Mexico City you'll make your way to the ancient, Mesoamerican wonder of Teotihuacan, now a UNESCO World Heritage site and once a flourishing pre-Columbian city. Making your way north, you'll visit the colourful, muraled city of Oaxaca, known for colonial buildings and ornate cathedrals. You'll then travel east toward the coast, traversing stark deserts and quiet Mexican villages and upwards through the Yucatán, known for its beaches and Mayan ruins. You'll enjoy time to yourself with two days of independent travel in Playa del Carman before heading onwards to Cuba.
A land that truly transcends time, Condé Nast says Cuba is "a place where people still dine without iPhones, where colonial architecture remains untouched, and music is still made on instruments. Cuba’s alluring and exotic sense of timelessness is attracting more tourists than ever." You'll explore the wonders of Havana, Trinidad and Santa Clara.
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