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Saga offers discount on Cuba breaks to celebrate Havana’s 500th anniversary

Saga is offering a discount for Cuba Holidays to celebrate Havana's 500th anniversary in 2019.   

A reduction of £100 per person is being offered on three holidays - Cuba Libre, Viva Cuba and Memories Jibacoa. Guests who make bookings before December 14, 2018 can enjoy the benefits.

Cuba Libre holiday explores the island home to coffee and cigars, including tours of Havana and the Spanish colonial cities of Cienfuegos and Trinidad.

Excursions take in the Che Guevara mausoleum, Las Terrazas Nature Reserve, the Viñales Valley, a boat trip across Cienfuegos Bay, and the Bay of Pigs and a museum dedicated to the 1961 attempted invasion by American-backed Cuban exiles. A relaxing four-night stay in the beach resort of Varadero completes a memorable holiday.

Viva Cuba break includes tours of Havana, Trinidad, Camaguey, Sancti Spiritus and Bayamo, as well as visits to Santa Clara and the Guevara mausoleum.

There are also options to spend a cabaret evening at the Tropicana nightclub, and to take a cruise of Santiago Harbour and to watch the Changing of the Guard at a cemetery for the victims of the war of independence.

Those favouring a completely relaxing escape can choose an all-inclusive week at the Memories Jibacoa resort on a beachfront at Arroyo Bermejo, on Cuba’s north coast. The stay includes up to four excursions and evening entertainment, while activities include snorkelling, kayaking, classes in Spanish, Cuban history and Latin dance, tennis, beach volleyball and yoga.

 The accommodation is arranged in hacienda-style buildings and all Saga rooms have a garden view.

The prices also include VIP door-to-door chauffeur service, return flights, airport taxes, accommodation, board as described, porterage, tour manager, optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights, or a discount if passenger has own insurance. 

Visit saga.co.uk/Cuba to find out more.


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