The program begins in the colonial town of Santa Clara, the site of the last battle of the Cuban Revolution in 1958, and ends in the capital city of Havana. Highlights along the way include a stop in Cayo Santa Maria, an island cay known for its turquoise waters, a meeting with the mechanics responsible for maintaining the island's iconic vintage cars, time to explore the beach town of Caibaríen, and a ride on a vintage steam train.
Rates for the new Vintage Cuba tour start at $2,995 per person for double occupancy and $3,395 per person for single occupancy rooms with first-class accommodations at the Melia Cohiba in Havana and Melia Las Dunas in Cayo Santa Maria, a local guide and tour leader, all meals, U.S. Department of the Treasury license and letter of authorization, all activities, transportation, and insurance.
Travelers who book by September 30th will save $200 on the inaugural Vintage Cuba trip in November.
For more details or to book your trip, visit www.insightcuba.com.