With the lifting of a 54-year trade embargo, Cuba has suddenly skyrocketed to the top of many tourists’ must-visit lists. Boutique travel company Mosaic Travel has recognised the potential of the Caribbean country, establishing a unique Cuba Libre tour.
Cuba’s proximity to North America means it’s set to become increasingly popular with new visitors. An estimated 10 million Americans are expected to visit the country in the next few years, while droves of tourists from other countries are making their way over, hoping to avoid the influx!
As a result, the previously restricted tourism industry is experiencing a boom, with some of the 61,000 hotel rooms said to be fully booked for up to 18 months. What’s more, making a booking doesn’t guarantee you’re sorted – there’s a high risk of your reservation being cancelled because some hotels are oversold.
Mosaic Travel helps you avoid all these pitfalls, offering an exceptional and bespoke tour that’s sure to leave you wanting more.
It’s led by the vivacious Nicole Munoz, who has spent nearly four years living in Cuba, scouting out the island’s best secrets for you to enjoy. Consisting of the perfect mix of those bucket list moments and unexpected surprises, each tour is designed to get the very most out of the one-of-a-kind experience, while staying flexible and relaxed. You’ll see Cuba’s most famous sites, cruise the streets of Havana in vintage cars, relax on Caribbean beaches sipping mojitos and even dance the night away at a private VIP party with local musicians.
Best of all, every element is looked after: from flights to accommodation, you won’t have to lift a finger.
“On our Mosaic tours, we choose to stay in the best quality casas particulares, B&Bs, as we have developed relationships with these local home owners, and know that our bookings are confirmed,” said Nicole.
“In all honesty, the casas are generally of a higher standard than the hotels, plus you get to enjoy authentic hospitality.”
There’s no better word to describe a Mosaic Tour than authentic. Every tour, including Cuba, provides an insider’s view of the country, providing the opportunity to meet local people and visit sites that the average tourist doesn’t usually have a chance to see.
Mosaic Travel pours its heart and soul into creating genuine cultural experiences. With a maximum of group size of 10, Nicole takes the time to get to know each and every member of the party, and will curate an itinerary that you are guaranteed to love.
Mosaic’s tours are so popular, that despite only being released last week, one 2017 Cuba tour is already fully booked. One thing’s for sure: Cuba is open for business!
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