Cuba travel news

World 2 Fly, Iberostar’s new airline, planning flights to Cuba for 2021

Jeremy John Jeremy John

Iberostar, the hotel provider behind some of Cuba’s most resplendent hotels, is launching a new airline in spring 2021. Named "World 2 Fly", the airline will concentrate on flying to Cuba and other Caribbean destinations. Here are the details so far.

Having kept COVID-19 rates very low, Cuba will be gradually re-opening for tourists from July onwards

Jeremy John Jeremy John

Due to the very low number of daily COVID-19 cases now being reported in Cuba, from July 1st 2020 Cuban airspace will re-open, paving the way for the gradual return of tourism into the island, starting with the offshore beach resorts (known as Cayos). Initially, the main tourist flights into Cuba will only be arriving from North America, though it is expected that flights between Cuba and Europe...

Kids stay free! Iberostar launches new 18-month long offer

Jeremy John Jeremy John

Cuba has always been a popular destination for family holidays, with lots of child-friendly things to do on the island and high levels of safety and care towards children. With Iberostar's new offer, there's even more incentive to book a family holiday to Cuba.

A-Traccion - a fun new way to go off the beaten path in Viñales

Jeremy John Jeremy John

Visitors to Viñales now have a new way to enjoy the stunning scenery of the Viñales Valley. Known as A-Traccion, you can buy a ticket to board an all-terrain 4x4 Jeep that is able to go to some of the lesser-known places of the region. Driven by expert local guides, this new fleet of vehicles promises to be both an enlightening and enchanting way to experience Viñales, a part of Cuba that tends to...

Havana is getting a new zip-line experience!

Carlotta Goodwin-thorp Carlotta Goodwin-thorp

A brand new canopy zip-line experience is scheduled to open to visitors in March 2020 at the National Botanical Garden ("Jardín Botánico Nacional"), located in the suburbs of Havana. There will be nearly 1,500 metres of lines, allowing visitors to zip across the botanical garden whilst enjoying stunning views of the diverse range of plant species.

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