Cruises to Cuba

havanna cuba

Cruise lines visiting cuba

Royal Caribbean cruises offer 5,6,7 and 8 day cruises to cuba. Prices range from £453 to £750 per person based on 2 people sharing an inside cabin. Some cruises not only dock at Havana but also Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba. Departure port is Miami sailing on the Empress of the seas.

Holland America a PREMIUM CRUISE line offer 7 & 14 day cruises to Cuba that visit Havana (with overnight stay ) and Cienfuegos . Departure port is fort Lauderdale sailing on the Veendam cruise ship with prices starting at £979 pp based on 2 people sharing an interior cabin

Oceania Cruises a PREMIUM CRUISE line offer 7,9 and 10 day cruises to cuba visiting Havana (some cruise stay overnight), Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba. Departure port is Miami sailing on either Sirena or Riviera with prices starting at £1959 pp based on 2 people sharing an interior cabin.

Cruise Lines staying Overnight in Havana


Marella offer 7 night caribbean cruises that visit Havana and stay overnight.prices start at £1516pp with flights from the UK included. Marella Discovery 2 departs from Montego Bay in Jamaica.

Marella also offer cruise and stay options


NCL offer a four day cruise from miami staying overnight in Havana from £599 - (£1462 FLY CRUISE) per person sharing an interior room on the Norwegian Sky cruise Ship.

Ncl also offer 4 & 5 day cruises from Fort Lauderdale (orlando) With overnight stays in Havanna from £624 - ( £1652 Fly Cruise) per person sharing an interior room on the Norwegian Sun cruise ship.

Included in the fare are:
Premiun Drinks Package, WIFI, Graturities

Day 1 - Miami - Day 2 - The Beach Club Day 3 At Sea Day 4 Havana - Day 5 Havana - Day 6 Miami

Cuba Cruise & Stay

There is so much to see and do in cuba that a cruise and stay option is a good idea. Why not stay pre / post cruise in Havana for a few days and take a cruise departing from Havana. MSC do some very interesting 7 & 14 day cruises on MSC Opera. We can arrange flights and book you into a nice hotel near the malecon or old town.

- 8 Day Cruise from Havana

Day 1 Havana, Cuba - Day 2 Havana, Cuba - Day 3 At sea - Day 4 Belize City, Belize - Day 5 Isla de Roatan, Honduras - Day 6 Costa Maya, Mexico - Day 7 Cozumel, Mexico - Day 8 Havana, Cuba

MSC Opera
cruise only from £1149
price pp sharing sharing interior cabin. Prices are indicitive only and are subject to change

- 15 Day Cruise from Havana

Day 1 Havana, Cuba - Day 2 Havana, Cuba - Day 3 At sea - Day 4 Belize City, Belize - Day 5 Isla de Roatan, Honduras - Day 6 Costa Maya, Mexico - Day 7 Cozumel, Mexico - Day 8 Havana, Cuba - Day 9 Havana, Cuba - Day 10 Havana, Cuba - Day 11 At sea - Day 12 Montego Bay, Jamaica - Day 13 George Town, Cayman Islands - Day 14 Cozumel, Mexico - Day 15 Havana, Cuba
MSC Opera
cruise only from £1149 fly cruise +£800 = £1949
price pp sharing sharing interior cabin.


From London to Havana. Currently, only Virgin Atlantic flies direct from London Gatwick (LGW) to Havana's Jose Martí International Airport (HAV). These flights depart on Thursdays or Sundays during the summer, with an additional Saturday flight between November and March. Flight costs change daily we was quoted for 13/3 (peak season)
direct flight from Gatwick 10h 10 £872.

There are lots of indirect alternatives

1 stop amsterdam 13h 35 £692, 1 stop Zurich 13h 45 £668


We check prices with multiple hotel distributors such as bed banks and wholesalers that deal exclusively with travel agents to get the best deals and unlike online booking agents there may be no need for advance payment. We are also an expedia travel agent Partner

staying at one of Havana's hotels is a definite must, as not only are most of them found inside buildings of great historic importance and cultural value but they also offer a typically Cuban charm for an unmistakably Cuban experience. Parque central is a hub for transport and within walking distance of many attractions, shopping district and great bars and restaurants.This is a good starting point for exploring Old Havanna whether or not you decide to stay there. Two of our favourite hotels are


Hotel Inglaterra is located in the centre of Havana providing guests with easy access to Central Park, the Grand Theatre of Havana, the home of Cuba's National Ballet, and the impressive Capitol of the Republic. The complex was founded in 1875 and was declared a national monument in 1981. Over the years, many celebrities have stayed in the residence, including Sarah Bernhardt, Luis Mazzantini, Anna Pavlova and Frei Betto. More recently, the establishment has welcomed some of the most outstanding Cuban artists, writers and composers, who have presented their work in this distinguished property. The magnificent neoclassical facade is in harmony with the Arabian interior design. In addition, the rooms come with modern amenities, such as an en-suite bathroom and air conditioning, which is centrally regulated.


Parque Central Hotel is nestled in the heart of Havana, within close proximity to the Capitol's featured tourist sites, lined with music and the best attractions and popular destinations such as Bar Floridita and La Bodeguita del Medio. The hotel enjoys for unrivalled vistas of Havana's distinct glass buildings including the Capitol Building, the Great Theatre of Havana, and the Fine Arts Museum. Guests can also enjoy the most spectacular views from the hotel's pristine rooftop swimming pool.

When to Travel

Havanna Average High/low Temperatures

The best time to visit Cuba for warm, dry weather is between November and April. However, this island is anchored in the Caribbean, so you can expect balmy temperatures all year round.

May to November is the so-called wet season – the months of June, July, September and October experience the highest levels of rainfall. The entire Caribbean basin is affected by this tropical rainy period, but don’t be put off visiting during these months. Showers tend to be short and sharp, so you’ll still be able to enjoy warm, sunny spells throughout your holiday

.The whole of the Caribbean is susceptible to hurricanes from June to November. However, the chances of experiencing a tropical storm that will affect your holiday are relatively low outside of August and September

Understand Cuban Money

On exchange Tourists are given CUC pesos which are pegged to USD. I don’t usually recommend exchanging money at the airport, but in this case, it’s the same rate as any other CADECA (exchange house). Hotels have the worst rates so be sure to avoid this option.

The Cuban peso (CUP) and the Cuban convertible peso (CUC) are both legal currency in Cuba, and they are both in circulation. Cubans call them both ‘pesos’. You’ll want to know the difference because the CUC is much more valuable. It is also much more commonly used.

$1 USD = 1 CUC

$1 USD = 25 CUP

A vendor or taxi driver may try to give you change back in CUP so be aware of this trick and know your currencies. Both CUP and CUC are completely useless outside of Cuba. Make sure to exchange your money again at the airport before you head home.


USD incur a 10% exchange surcharge so take GBP or Euro.

Prices and itineraries are liable to change

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