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Cuba and Mexico Tours & Trips 2017/2018

9 trips through Cuba and Mexico

Find the right tour for you that goes to Cuba and Mexico. With 9 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 14 days to 30 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is March, which has the most number of departures.

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  • Take a shot of Mexico’s most famous tipple and dance the night away with fun loving locals on Playa del Carmen’s sandy beaches.
  • Breathe in the scent of fresh produce, wander through bustling alleyways and shop for brightly coloured textiles in Oaxaca’s vibrant street markets.
  • Delve into mystery and mysticism while exploring the stunning Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan.
  • Witness history spring to life as you stroll through the eternal El Zocalo public square in bustling Mexico City.
  • Discover lovingly restored colonial treasures or practise some sizzling salsa moves in beautiful Havana.
  • Cycle through aromatic tobacco fields, get drunk on rum and spend a night of fun in Vinales.
  • Soak up the sun on ivory white beaches or go snorkelling in the sapphire blue waters of Playa Ancon near Trinidad.
  • Give in to Cienfuegos’s seductive French charms while wandering through its elegant boulevards flanked with colonial treasures.


  • If you’re interested in fine arts, head to the National Museum of Fine Arts of Havana, which is open from 10am to 6pm from Monday to Saturday.
  • Dress casually in cotton and other light fabrics as Cuba has a warm, tropical climate.
  • Visit Playa Ancon while it is still day time (between sunrise and sunset) to avoid sand fleas.
  • Try Cuban cocktails such as ‘mojito’ (a mix of rum, water, soda, mint and limejuice) and Café Cubano espresso.
  • Avoid drinking water from taps in Mexico; instead carry bottled water as it will be safer and cleaner.
  • While snorkelling, avoid touching underwater corals as this might damage them.
  • Pace yourself in Mexico and be prepared for high altitude and smog.
  • Pay attention to beach warnings in Playa del Carmen as there may be jellyfish in certain areas of the sea.