Visit Cuba for an indulgent All Inclusive holiday in the Caribbean sun
Average flight times from the UK to Cuba are around 10 hours, and as well as an abundance of beaches and temperatures ideal for sunbathing, this popular Caribbean island has plenty of sightseeing opportunities.
Whether you’re enjoying a buffet breakfast by the pool, taking part in fun outdoor activities or exploring a historical site, an All Inclusive holiday in Cuba has a lot to offer.
Take Cayo Santa Maria for example – a small island with 13 kilometres of glorious shoreline and one of the world’s largest barrier reefs. Here, you can spend your days taking part in a range of watersports and exploring the colourful sea life that lies beneath the waves.
Another popular island retreat is Cayo Coco, which is known for its luxurious All Inclusive resorts sprinkled along the northern coast. As well as its spectacular stretches of sand, there are plenty of natural outdoor attractions to see here too, such as marshes and lagoons that are home to a range of tropical wildlife, including pink flamingos.
Apart from its vibrant culture, Cuba’s main appeal is its laid-back beach life. On the northern coast, Guardalavaca is a popular spot for sun-seekers thanks to its flawless sand beaches, including Esmeralda and Pesquero Beach. Here you can snorkel and dive among the expansive offshore coral reefs teeming with tropical marine life or simply kick back and relax on the sand.
Varadero is another of Cuba’s most sought-after beach resorts. The 20-kilometre-long Hicacos Peninsula is flanked by a number of luxurious All Inclusive hotel and spa resorts that open up onto stretches of golden sands with stunning ocean views.
What's included in your holiday
When you book an All Inclusive holiday, you can usually expect your airport transfers, buffet meals and a selection of alcoholic drinks to be included in the deal. Sporting activities such as tennis and volleyball are also usually part of the package, as well as a selection of watersports like kayaking, windsurfing and snorkelling.
Many All Inclusive hotels also provide an entertainment programme for the day and night, which often includes live music and shows. However, it’s always worth checking the hotel information to see what’s included in the upfront costs. And for a rundown of Cuban All Inclusive hotels see the profiles below.
Other popular Caribbean getaways
Cuba is not the only Caribbean island that offers a variety of All Inclusive resorts. You might like to experience the tropical rainforests and volcanic sands of St Lucia, explore the rich culture and Caribbean charm of Jamaica or get involved with the lively nightlife and beach parties in Barbados.
If Cuba is still your preferred destination, check out our handy travel guide for more information about this vibrant island. To help you plan your perfect holiday, here’s our top pick of All Inclusive hotels in Cuba.