New Year’s Eve in La Habana 2024

4 days 3 nights $1999 based on double occupancy (all-inclusive except for airfare).
A great marvel for any globetrotter is encountering something you can identify with on a foreign land. New Year’s Eve in Cuba, however, is somewhat of an enigma. On one hand, there are Cubans who celebrate the January 1st, 1959 anniversary of when Castro and his revolution victoriously marched into La Habana. On the other hand, some Cubans are hoping the new year will liberate them from the product of that same revolution. Hopes and political persuasions aside, certain things are for sure. Firstly, Cuba for New Years is a rich and lively, familiar set of coordinates for a New Year’s Eve celebration. Secondly, Cubans are always ready for a party. Also, they are eager to celebrate it alongside you.

Bespoke Cuba Travel offers you the New Year’s Eve in Cuba experience of a lifetime. This is an exclusive invitation to visit Cuba for New Year’s. Moreover, don’t wait too long because this glorious New Year’s Eve in Cuba private holiday is open to a select number of VIP insiders.

The tour price ($1999 plus tax) does not include airfare, but does include the following:

⠂ Cuba tourist entry Visas
⠂ Deluxe or Premium accommodations (B&B or hotel)
⠂ The services of a bilingual Journey Guide
⠂ Havana airport transfer in a classic convertible automobile
⠂ Tour of Havana in a classic convertible automobile
⠂ All ground transportation (minivan and chauffeur)
⠂ All meals (no menu limitations) at Havana’s finest restaurants
⠂ Unlimited beverages including unlimited alcohol at dinner
⠂ All rental supplies and equipment rentals
⠂ Specialty guides and instructors
⠂ Unlimited Internet access (where wifi access permits)
⠂ Portfolio with a fully chronicled tour history confirming your trip provided “Support for the
Cuban People.” The US Government requires you to keep this information for 5 years.
⠂ All attractions entrance fees, exhibits and concerts
⠂ All taxes and gratuities

Day 1 December 29

Depart Miami International Airport on American Airlines flight #743 at 10:31 AM and arrive in La Habana at 12:05 PM (there are also direct flights from Houston and Tampa). Meet your Journey Guide at La Habana’s Jose Marti airport. Then, sit back in your chauffeured vintage convertible and embark on an Instagram-worthy tour of the city: Plaza de la Revolución (Revolution Plaza), Colon Cemetery, El Bosque de la Habana (botanical gardens), 5ta Avenida (Fifth Avenue) and the famous seawall, El Malecon.

Then enjoy lunch at La Guarida paladar (a paladar is a restaurant Not owned by the communist Cuban government). La Guarida is famous for not only being one of the oldest paladares in La Habana, having been featured in the Academy Award nominated foreign film “Fresa y Chocolate”, but it also hosted President Obama and his family.

Subsequently, enjoy a Salsa dance lesson or visit the Museo de Arte Cubano, Cuba’s Museum of Modern Art.

Tonight we will have dinner at Antojos, one of La Habana’s hippest paladars. Lastly, we will go dancing at La Casa de la Música.

Day 2 December 30

After breakfast we will take a walking tour of La Habana and learn the history of this 504-year-old city with our Havana expert, Alejandro.

Afterwards, we will go shopping in Old La Habana at the San Jose Artisanal market. Here, hundreds of artists sell their hand-crafted goods.

Following, we will have lunch at Al Carbon a restaurant owned by Fidel Castro’s former chef.

Then, we will finish the day with a refreshing visit to the beach, Playa Santa Maria del Mar.

Tonight, we will enjoy dinner at El Cocinero (“The Cook”). This paladar’s loft-like dining room and rooftop terrace sit in what used to be a cooking oil factory. It’s the pinnacle of the trendy Vedado neighborhood. After climbing the spiral iron staircase you’re guaranteed slick service, contemporary artworks and refined dishes.

After dinner we will visit the famous Tropicana Outdoor cabaret for a stunning performance of Cuban Music and dancing. Known as one of the hottest cabaret shows in the world, the Tropicana Nightclub show is a world-famous spectacle set in a lush, tropical open-air venue that bursts with colorful lights, glitter, and glam. It’s a must-do activity during any trip to La Habana, Cuba.

Day 3 December 31

This morning we will drive to the Cuban countryside and visit Valle de Viñales (Viñales valley), a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its outstanding landscape, tobacco and agriculture. Enjoy horseback riding (optional), visit a tobacco farm and learn about the growing and harvesting process and have the opportunity to smoke a cigar with a tobacco farmer, visit a tobacco sorting center operated solely by women followed by lunch on an organic farm.

Then, we will return to La Habana.

Tonight we will take pleasure in a multi-course New Year’s Eve dinner at Tierra, a paladar built out of shipping containers and serving South American-Cuban fusion fare. Finally, we will welcome the New Year downstairs from the restaurant at La Fabrica de Arte Cubano. Featured in the New York Times and listed by Time Magazine as one of the World’s 100 Greatest places to visit. This eccentric hotspot hosts one of the island’s most striking exhibitions of contemporary and performance art in Cuba, it is also a coffee shop, has 6 bars, a movie theater and a dance club.

Day 4 January 1

After breakfast we will check out of your accommodations and depart for Havana’s Jose Marti Airport for your 10:30 AM return flight to Miami on American Airlines flight #1334 that arrives at 11:45 AM.
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