Our Cuba multi centre holiday combines two spectacular islands, which complement each other perfectly. Visit the sophisticated Grand Cayman, the largest of the Cayman Islands, for sun, sea and sand, before heading to the Cuba segment of your twin centre trip, where you can expect old-world charm and Latino spirit.

14 Night Packages, From £2,025*

Price is a guide for a multi-centre holiday including all your flights, hotels and transfers.

*Prices are only to act as a guide

  • Itinerary
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7 Nights – Grand Cayman
7 Nights – Cuba (Varadero/Havana)

UK – Grand Cayman (7 Nights): You’ll start your Cuba and Grand Cayman multi centre holiday by flying from the UK to Grand Cayman. We’ll then meet you on arrival and transfer you to your hotel, where you’ll spend your first seven nights. Grand Cayman has something for everyone, with a mix of nightlife on offer, a wealth of stylish restaurants and trendy boutiques, and whether you’re on land or underwater, you’ll find plenty to explore.

Grand Cayman – Cuba (7 Nights): After your week in the Cayman Islands, we’ll transfer you back to the airport for your flight to Havana, and from there, it depends on what you want to do. The itinerary is priced on spending seven nights in Varadero. However, it’s worth considering splitting your stay and having a couple of nights in Havana and then the rest of the week at the beach (you could even add additional nights on if you’d prefer).

Either way, we’ll transfer you from the airport to your hotel, and if you decide to split your stay, we’ll also transfer you from your Havana hotel to Varadero. If you stay in Havana, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time, and having time to explore this vibrant city will be a unique experience. Your time in Varadero will be spent relaxing, enjoying the Cuban atmosphere and taking in stunning scenery – what a perfect end to your holiday.

Cuba- UK: When your Cuba multi centre holiday comes to an end, we’ll transfer you back to the airport for your onward flight home.


Why choose a Grand Cayman and Cuba multi centre holiday?

A multi centre holiday to Cuba and Grand Cayman combines the very best the Caribbean has to offer. The Cayman Islands offer up some of the Caribbean’s most sophisticated destinations, and the largest, Grand Cayman, offers plenty of things to see and do. You can relax on the stunning beaches, snorkel and explore, or take in the culture and local wildlife.

For the best of both worlds, you can then combine your multi centre holiday with a visit to the vibrant country of Cuba. Whether you choose a secluded beach getaway or a vibrant city break, you’re guaranteed to fall in love with Cuba’s energy and charm.

Things to Do

What is the cuisine like in Cuba?

The food in Cuba is incredible – packed with flavour and reflective of the country’s rich culture. You can find a combination of African, Spanish, Indigenous and Caribbean influences, coming together to create unique, mouth-watering dishes that will have you going back for more. Choose rice and beans served Moros y Cristianos or Congri, or opt for succulent roasted meats, including Lechón asado, which is roast pork marinated with spices, citrus and garlic. The root vegetable, yuca, is also a common ingredient in Cuban cuisine, and you’ll find it served fried, boiled or mashed in a variety of local dishes.

While a sandwich may not sound like the most exciting option, trying an authentic Cuban sandwich, or Cubano, is a must. Now famous worldwide, the Cuban sandwich is served on traditional soft, sweet Cuban bread that is toasted and packed with pork, Swiss cheese, mustard and pickles.


When is the best time to visit Grand Cayman and Cuba?

The optimal time for your Cuba multi centre holiday depends a lot on your personal preferences, particularly when it comes to the weather.

Peak season tends to run from December to March, so if you visit during these months, you may experience more crowds, particularly in popular tourist destinations. The Caribbean is warm all year round but experiences hurricane season throughout summer – particularly between August and October. We’d recommend keeping an eye on potential storm activity if you’re considering visiting during these months. The dry season in Cuba is from November to April, making these months an excellent time to visit.


Where are the best beaches in Grand Cayman?  

If you’re considering a multi centre trip including Grand Cayman, you’ll find yourself surrounded by stunning beaches and tranquil waters. Rum Point is a particularly famous beach in Grand Cayman; you can find it on the northern coast, where pristine white sand and shallow, calm waters will be waiting for you. Whether you’re looking to relax or take part in activities such as swimming, snorkelling or kayaking, Rum Point is an excellent choice.

Seven Mile Beach runs across the western coast of the island. This long, coral-sand beach is one of the most popular beaches in the world for water sports and activities, making it a great place to visit if you’re in Grand Cayman. Smith Cove offers a beach with natural surroundings, while Starfish Point is a peaceful spot where you can spot local starfish in vibrant colours. Whichever beach you head to on your Grand Cayman multi centre holiday, you can expect sun, sea, sand, and an abundance of beauty.