Cuba Private Travel
Cuba Private Travel is a boutique, Cuba-based travel company with more than 15 years of experience, offering tailor-made curated experiential travel experiences for clients seeking an authentic, exclusive and exhilarating exposure to the most intriguing, complex, and stunning island in the Caribbean.
Cuba Private Travel has garnered a team of curators who understand and know Cuba and share their knowledge and experience with every client to have the most fascinating and memorable vacation.
Havana is the capital of Cuba, the largest island in the Caribbean, whose history dates back to the 4th millennium B.C. The Spanish founded Havana in the 16th century and served as a springboard for the Spanish conquest of the Americas, becoming a stopping point for Spanish galleons returning to Spain. Philip II of Spain granted Havana the title of capital in 1592. During the 17th century, eastbound fleets of Spanish ships carrying treasure from the New World rendezvoused at Havana for the trip across the Atlantic to Spain. Havana grew as a major world port, rivaling New York City and Buenos Aires in population and trade. In 1898 Cuba became independent from Spain and developed as an important city attracting many U.S. businesses and tourists. Today, Havana retains many of its older traditions, particularly in the narrow streets of Old Havana, where past and present merge. Havana's art culture is one of the city's biggest surprises. Visitors will witness the connection with the city's past by walking the streets, where colonial buildings and homes are predominantly visible, framed by the imposing Malecon.
From luxury boutique hotels to charming private homes, Cuba Private Travel creates bespoke itineraries that include Cuba's finest accommodations, whether in one of the luxury hotels, a fully serviced villa, or a private residence. Cuba Private Travel works with luxury hotels, private homes, and estates to give the guests a memorable and unique experience in Cuba.
The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the United States Department of the Treasury in Washington DC has confirmed that individuals subject to United States jurisdiction may use a non-restricted hotel
It is all possible and entirely legal when you have a tailor-made itinerary that follows guidelines to include:
Meet artists, musicians, and dancers
Stay in beautiful unique private properties and 5-star luxury hotels
Enjoy great food and cocktails
Ride around in vintage cars, snorkel, fish, and dive
Dance Rumba and Reggaeton and listen to great music
Smoke real Cuban cigars with the local farmers
Get your nature fix with great trekking, cycling, and riding