Circumnavigation of Cuba

Circumnavigation of Cuba
April 17, 2018
14 Days
Aboard the Hebridean Sky
104 Guests
From $10,980

Combine with Canal to Cuba with Panama, Costa Rica & Colombia

Book by January 31, 2017 for Early Booking Savings

Havana, Cuba

Expedition Highlights

  • Immerse yourself in Cuban culture as you visit with friendly locals, savor traditional cuisine, tour the Arte Corte interactive museum, and enjoy musical performances, including a visit to the Casa de la Musica.
  • Visit the citadel of San Pedro de la Roca in Santiago and take a walk through charming, colonial Cienfuegos; both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Snorkel over healthy coral reefs to view colorful tropical fish, turtles, stingrays, and other sea creatures.
  • Stroll the atmospheric streets of Havana to discover stunning colonial architecture and sun-splashed plazas, where classic American cars complete the scene of a by-gone era.

Expedition Team

Hebridean Sky

The all-suite, 104-guest Hebridean Sky, is a spacious, yet intimate, expedition vessel. Scheduled for a major refurbishment in 2016, her beautifully designed public spaces will include a single-seating dining room, a large lounge, elegant club and bar with piano, two outdoor seating areas, and library. All suites have an ocean view and feature a sitting room, en suite bathroom, television, spacious wardrobes, and dressing table. The Hebridean Sky carries a fleet of Zodiacs, available for accessing remote shorelines and islands.

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