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Tailor Made Holidays To Cuba With Lush Golden Beaches

by on May.18, 2011, under cuba

Sometimes we all need to get away from it all and escape for a time that is why Tailor Made Holidays to Cubaare so ideal. Cuba is a place where there is so much going on all the time that you need never be bored. It offers something for everyone no matter who you are. No matter what your interest is. If you love horses then you will enjoy participating in the many horse riding sessions. If you like to explore under the sea then you might like to try scuba diving.

If you like adventure and life in the fast lane there are a wide range of activities available for you. You could try scuba diving and seeing tropical fish underneath the sea. If you want to see Cuba by horseback then you could try horse riding.

There is a gorgeous beach in Varadero with lovely golden sands and clear blue sea. For those that love buildings and architecture then they will love the historical buildings of Cuba. Ever fancied walking in rain forests? Then now is your chance.

If you love architecture and looking at interesting buildings then you will love what Cuba has to offer. If you are a music love then you will love the music that surrounds this place. Have you ever wanted to visit a rain forest? Then Cuba is the place for you.

Cuba is an excellent place to travel around. Travel is very easy around Cuba and you just need a valid passport. Cuba is a subtropical climate with waterfalls and tranquil scenery. If you love places that are peaceful and calm you will love the environment that forms Cuba.

Rainforests are a big part of this Country as well so if you love wildlife and nature then you will love Cuba. Cuba has some wonderful surroundings and is the perfect holiday for couples, families or anyone. If you are fed up and just need to escape for a while into a world that is far away from your every day life then you will love what Cuba has to offer you. Cuba has something to offer everyone and it is the perfect place. Locals are friendly and helpful if you need to ask for any help.

Before booking your Cuba Holidays. Visit www.cheapcubaholidays.org by Jose Mauricio Maurette for a list of tour operators offering cheap cuba holidays.

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Cuban Holidays: Things You shoud See.

by on Apr.06, 2011, under cuba

Are you thinking about a holiday to Cuba? Here is one Caribbean island where you would not want to spend all your time on the beach. The people are extremely friendly and welcoming. The heritage of Cuba is so rich as are the monuments and palaces throughout the country. Cuban Holidays are without a doubt one to consider.

These are just some of the facts to consider and places and things you should not miss in your holidays to Cuba.

Driving: The island has a well-developed network of roads, with a main highway linking Pinar del Rio to Guantnamo, more than 1,120 km (700 miles) away, and several good coastal highways between the resorts. Driving is on the right. The rules follow Western European and North American norms and speed limits-50 kph (30 mph) in town, 90 kph (56 mph) on paved country highways, 100 kph (62 mph) on the Autopista Nacional.

Night life: There are some people who come to Cuba and never see it by the light of day. And still have a fine time. Even those who do not intend staying up all night and sleeping all day should enjoy one of the best sides of Cuban life and join the exuberant islanders in their singing, dancing and all-round party-going.

Cayo Largo: The key boasts no less than 26 km (16 miles) of fine white sandy beaches. The most popular is the sheltered Playa Sirena facing west. A pleasant bicycle ride away to the east, Playa Blanca and Playa Los Cocos are less crowded, while Playa Tortuga, further out, attracts turtles to lay their eggs in the sand.

Diving: At Havana, Marina Hemingway, 20km (12 miles) west of the city centre, provides good facilities and training courses for sCuba diving, as do most of the major resorts. Aficionados home in on Cayo Coco and MarIa La Gorda. For exploring underwater caves, try Varadero and Playa Girn. Both Varadero (through Cubancan Nautica near the Kawama hotel) and Havana’s Marina Hemingway rent out yachts for day trips or for overnight with lobster meals and drinks galore.

The list of places to visit and things to do goes on and on. The options are immeasurable for your holidays to Cuba. Stay tune to this article directory as there will be more useful information about Cuba coming soon.

Jose Maurette is the Director of Quest World Travel Ltd and a specialist in organizing holidays to Cuba. Visit www.quest2cuba.co.uk for further information on the best Cuba Holidays.

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Hotels In Havana

by on Mar.01, 2011, under cuba

If you are looking for Havana Hotels then you might find this article of interest. There are over 50 hotels in Havana at present and the standard ranges from 2 star very basic hotels to 5 star luxury hotels.

There are about 14 different neighbourhoods in Havana among which the most popular in terms of tourist affluence are The Old Town, Vedado and Miramar quarters.These areas have the best tourist infrastructure in Havana.

There are 22 hotels in the Old Town. If you are looking for the best possible accommodation in Havana you can get then I would recommend Parque Central Hotel, Saratoga Hotel and Santa Isabel Hotel.

Other hotels worth staying are the boutique 4 star hotels in the Old Town. All managed by the leading Havana hotelier Habaguanex. The most relevant fact about these hotels is the fact that they were all built in the 18th Century and they all have a great deal of character.

Among these 4 star hotels worth mentioning Raquel Hotel and Condes de Villanueva. They have very good reviews. Their location can not be better and their architecture styles are simply astonishing.

On the 3 star category then you can check Hostal Valencia, Comendador, Meson de la Flota and Beltran de Santa Cruz hotels. The only problem with this hotels is that you are not going to find availabilities if you don’t book well in advance as they are highly demanded for their price and comfort.

The cheapest hotels in the Old Town are El Lido and Lincoln Hotel. These are 2 star hotels suitable for students or other travellers on a tight budget. They are very basic but they all have air conditioning, bathroom ensuite and satellite TV.

Prices range from 15.00 CUC (Cuban Convertible Pesos) per person per night for the cheapest hotels to 80.00 CUC per person per night for the most expensive 5 star hotels. The 4 star hotels which I highly recommend can be booked online for around 50.00 CUC per person per night.

Please visit Cuba tours web site by J. M. Maurette for further information on Havana Hotels

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