Get in touch
Any particular question we haven’t answered on our website, any query that you can’t solve based on the online information we provide or anything else you’d like to know about our Cuba holidays that you can’t find here; don’t hesitate to grab the phone and give us a quick ring or, alternatively, fill in the form below to tell us how we can help you.
By filling the form we guarantee an expert travel advisor will get in touch with you as soon as possible. We always have someone available to answer your query, and not just from Monday to Friday, on weekends too.
So, whether you have a question, an issue or simply want personalised expert guidance on your travel plans to Cuba, you’ve arrived to the right place. Give us your details and we’ll soon get back in touch!
Or, alternatively, if you want to meet us in person, we're always happy for you to drop us a visit in our North London office. This is where you can find us:
3 Drakes Courtyard
291 Kilburn High Road
We post our Travel ExperiencesRecent articles from the Blog
We regularly update our blogs with the top things to do in Cuba, the must-see places and the most stunning attractions locations.
What's going on in cubaRecent news from cuba
A leading web publication has the lowdown on what to do in Havana, before it changes forever. With information on where (and what) to eat, places to stay and must-see attractions in the city, the Gentleman’s Journal guide offers plenty of hints to tourists – of which plenty are expected on the island!
St Giles has announced that it will launch a new hotel in Cuba, making it the first UK hotel group to open a property on the island since diplomatic relation were resumed between the U.S and Cuba last year. The company will redevelop the Hotel Deauville on the Malecon in Havana, and rebrand it as The Deauville – A St Giles Signature Hotel, with an opening scheduled for 2019.
Long-haul carrier Virgin Atlantic began its service from London Gatwick to Varadero at the beginning of April, and soon expects to welcome aboard 28,000 British passengers. The route opens up a new area of the island, as previously only flights to Havana (a two-hour drive away from Varadero) were available.