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Specialized Cuba Tours | Cuba Travel Packages

Our staff is specialized in preparing people-to-people cultural exchanges for travelers originating their travel from the United States (or, from any other country), and who wish to travel in compliance with current federal regulations relating to travel to Cuba.

We can prepare custom tour packages for a couple, or a group of thirty, and anything in between. We have lodging available in a wide variety of Bed & Breakfasts in Cuba, and we also have access to every hotel on the island. We offer tour packages that include a car and driver, whether it is a modern car or van, or a classic American car with air conditioning.

All of our services include a professional English / Spanish speaking guide who will accompany you for the duration of your stay.

Our goal is to make your dream trip to Cuba a reality, and we guarantee your satisfaction.

Cuba Classic Car Tour 5 Days ID: CAR-05

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  • $520 - $2032

  • Available: Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn
  • 4 nights


Day 1 “Welcome To Havana”

  • Depart U.S from Miami or Ft. Lauderdale International Airport for Jose Marti International Airport in Havana, Cuba.
  • Meet & greet with a professional guide with a deep knowledge and years of experience working with us and American tourism at Havana’s Jose Marti International Airport.
  • Guide will accompany you for the duration of your stay.
  • Accommodation in B&B in Havana, for 4 nights with breakfast included, through which you will have the chance to learn about Cubans´ daily routine.
  • Welcome lunch at private restaurant. (If you are not in Havana at lunch time, then there will be an included welcome dinner).
  • Driving City Tour of Havana in a Classic American car, probably a 1949-1957 Chevrolet, with original engine, includs a drive along the famous Havana Malecon seawall, Vedado neighborhood, 5th Avenue in the suburb of Miramar, and stops at the Plaza of the Revolution, and Almendares Park (2-3 hours).
  • Transfer to B&B.
  • Dinner at restaurant of guest’s choice (Not included in the price).
  • Live music at El Gato Tuerto.

Day 2 “Old Havana, Classic Cars & Tropicana”

  • Breakfast at B&B.
  • 9:00 am City Encounter of Old Havana, a walking tour through Old Havana and its five main plazas, with stops at the residence of the colonial era Captain General of the island, the Havana Cathedral, Obispo Street, the Capitol building, and more. Most of our guests in Cuba start their cultural exchanges with a walking tour of Old Havana. This event is directed by one of our professional English speaking guides, and gives you a taste of the island in a very interesting tour, that feels as if you have gone back in time. Old Havana has buildings and streets that are some of the oldest in the Americas, with some buildings dating to the 17th Though the buildings are hundreds of years old, they are still used to house a significant number of Havana’s inhabitants. Old Havana features the first church built on the island, a street paved with wooden bricks, palatial residences, and much more! Old Havana is one of the largest, oldest, and most authentic colonial areas in Latin America (3.5 hours).
  • Lunch at restaurant of guest’s choice. (Not included in the price).
  • 2:30 pm Electronic Ignition Shop Tour, see Havana’s best electronic ignition shops, these guys work on everything, from Russian Ladas to American Studebakers, from 1949 Stovebolt sixes to modern dual cam V8’s. Father and son owners will explain how their shop became a reality, followed by a Q&A session (2 hours).
  • 5:00 pm Visit to “La Lavanderia,” the studio and workshop of Cuban painter and sculptor Rafael Perez Alonso (2 hours).
  • Dinner restaurant of guest’s choice (Not included in the price).
  • 9:30 pm Entertainment at the world-famous Tropicana Cabaret, well-known as a “Paradise under the stars” since it was built in a woody outdoors area in 1939. Many national and international stars have made their attractive and beautiful performances. Tropicana`s shows are characterized by the Cuban Folklore, colored and variety of rhythm, the beauty and affability of its dancers and excellence of artist.

Day 3 “Cuban Cigars, Rum & Body Work”

  • Breakfast at B&B.
  • 9:00 am Cigar and Rum experience, this is a walking tour that traverses Old Havana, with visits to the Rum Museum, and the Cigar Museum, and stops at a cigar factory and warehouse. The Rum Museum illustrates the history of the sugar industry in Cuba, and includes a replica of a colonial era rum distillery, and a presentation of the culture and tradition of Cuban rum production. The Rum Museum displays contemporary Cuban painter’s works, so you just may see the early works of Cuba’s next Wilfredo Lam. The “Habano” Museum illustrates the history of tobacco cultivation, and cigar making on in Cuba. Guests will have an opportunity to sample both fine Cuban rums and cigars during this event. Depending on schedule you may see a demonstration by a master cigar roller (3 hours).
  • Lunch at restaurant of guest’s choice (Not included in the price).
  • 2:00 pm Visit one of Havana’s top auto sheet metal repair shops, chapisteria as it’s known in Cuba, learn how American classics are repaired from chassis to dashboard, and discover why the cars you see on the road are not as original as they appear to be (2 hours).
  • 4:30 pm Mechanic Shop, visit a cooperative mechanic shop, these guys do whatever they can with whatever they can find to keep all types of cars running in Cuba. From bad fuel that wreaks havoc on modern engines, to cannibalizing parts from modern cars to keep American classics on the road, they do it all! (2 hours).
  • Dinner at restaurant of guest’s choice (Not included in the price).
  • 8:45 pm Cannon Blast Ceremony, witness one of the oldest traditions of colonial era Cuba that still takes place, the 9:00 p.m. cannon blast at the San Carlos de la Cabana Fortress, it is probably the most important of Havana ‘s fortifications. Traditionally a cannon shot is fired at 9:00pm to signal the closing of Havana Bay with chains during the colonial era to avoid the entree of corsair and piratic ships. This ceremony is performed by the light of torch as 4 centuries ago, performers resemble this event wearing the typical costumes of the Spanish army in the colonial era in the 17th century.

Day 4 “Classic American Car Suspensions And Cuban Reality”

  • Breakfast at B&B.
  • 9:00 am Suspension Shop Tour; Visit one of Havana’s suspension repair shops. This shop is not a touristy shop that is working on expensive classic restorations, this is the real deal. Located near Lenin Park in Havana, this shop is typical of these kinds of shops and specializes in coil and leaf spring repairs. See how seventy-year old suspensions are kept on the road, and how hybrid suspension combining Russian and American components keep American classics rolling throughout Cuba. Meet and speak with the owner and workers of the shop (2 hours).
  • Lunch at private restaurant in the outskirts of Havana.
  • 2:00 pm Resolviendo Workshop, through this workshop we attempt to give our guests a peek into the life of a regular Cuban citizen. You will see an actual tarjeta de abastecimiento, which roughly translates to provisions card. These are the small notebooks that every Cuban citizen is given at birth, and which entitles them to five chicken eggs, a quarter chicken, coffee, cooking oil, and other items every month. The provision card also entitles its’ bearer to purchase select items that are deemed to be necessities at discounted prices. You will visit what is known in Cuba as an agricultural market, agro, and is basically the produce section of a supermarket, where most people buy their fresh produce. You will visit a bread distribution point, where bread is distributed through the provision card at discounted prices. Depending on schedule and other factors you may also visit a grocery store, meat market, and other markets where meats are sold. This workshop will show visitors some of the daily rituals most Cubans deal with, it will be presented by your guide, and sometimes we have invited guests who are experts in certain areas of the food distribution chain in Cuba. The history of the provisions card will also be covered (4 hours).
  • Dinner at restaurant of guest’s choice (Not included in the price).
  • 9:30 pm Live music and dancing at La Casa de la Musica Miramar.

Day 5 “Goodbye, Cuba”

  • Breakfast at B&B.
  • Transfer to Jose Marti International Airport for return flight to your country.


  • Air conditioning
  • Accommodation in B&B
  • Guide for duration of stay
  • Breakfast included
  • Transfer In (Airport to B&B)
  • All visits tickets
  • Transfer Out (B&B to Airport)
  • Chofer at disposal

Availability & Prices

Package From To Price
Double Occupancy 01-09-2018 31-12-2018 $ 1366 per person
Single Occupancy 01-09-2018 31-12-2018 $ 2032 per person
Infant (child in arms, One Per Two Adults) 01-09-2018 31-12-2018 $ 520 per person
Child (Aged 2-10, accompany 2 adults) 01-09-2018 31-12-2018 $ 780 per person

Policies & Fees

  • Policies

    Price includes:

    - all listed activities,
    - Cuban entry visa(s),
    - full time English-speaking professional guide,
    - all transfers & transportation*,
    - 4 breakfasts and 2 lunches.

    * One of our guides will accompany you on your flight to Cuba.
    * Price only valid for groups of 2 to 12 guests and does NOT include roundtrip airfare.
    * Car & driver at your disposition on days...

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  • Fees

    Taxes included.




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