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  • Discover the hottest destination in the Caribbean 
  • Golden beaches and turquoise water 
  • Immerse yourself into Cuban culture and music  
Have you ever considered a Cuba private cruise? It’s a great way to discover this unique Caribbean country and its culture, offering the perfect combination of relax and fun. With warm weather year round, some of the clearest waters in this part of the world and dozens of tiny cayos, a Cuban sailing vacation is an absolute delight.
The starting point for most Cuba trips is Havana, the stunning capital – imagine music pumping in the crumbling colonial streets, vintage American cars cruising down the Malecon, the city’s seaside promenade, cigar factories and children playing baseball in the street. This – and a lot more – is Havana, and it will make you feel as if you’ve traveled back to the 1960s.
Santa Clara
is another popular Cuban destination, famous for being the location of Che Guevara’s tomb. Trinidad is one of Cuba’s prettiest colonial villages, with cobbled streets and several beautiful beaches nearby. The western side of Cuba offers the otherworldly karst scenery of Viñales, and the white beaches of Maria la Gorda on the westernmost tip of the island. Cruising around Cuba will give you the chance to explore some of the beautiful cayos surrounding the island, like Cayo Largo, Cayo Guillermo or Cayo Blanco, and dive Cuba’s beautiful reefs.  

Keep reading if you want to learn more about chartering a yacht in Cuba!  

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