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The number of families with young children travelling to Cuba seems to be increasing every year as more and more people discover what an excellent all-round destination Cuba really is

Although almost every beach hotel in Cuba seems to advertise its own Kids Clubs it’s best to be aware that standards can vary tremendously. If this forms an important part in your decision making process then we can highly recommend the properties managed by Sol Melia or Iberostar.
Of course, by no means all the families who travel to Cuba with us wish to spend their entire holiday by the beach. Havana is a safe and very atmospheric city in which to spend a few days and even small children will find it interesting. Trinidad on the south coast is also another very good destination for a family holiday as one can combine beach, culture and countryside from a single location.
For travel between some of the principal towns Viazul Coaches provide a reliable, cheap option especially between Havana, Cienfuegos and Trinidad. These buses have comfortable seating and are fully air conditioned with an on-board toilet and drinks machine—tickets can easily be booked locally.
Travel by train with children between towns in Cuba can pose problems as they are frequently crowded, with ancient rolling stock and services are often delayed or cancelled. Train travel can only be booked on arrival in Cuba. That said there are some good short train excursions that most children find fascinating: the steam train at Australia Mill north of Cienfuegos; the train trip along the Valley of the Sugar Mills near Trinidad; and the Hershey Train from Havana’s Casablanca Station to Hershey (the chocolate factory) and on to Matanzas.
If you are looking to travel more widely through Cuba with a family then Car Hire is usually the best and most cost effective method of travel. Driving is safe and the roads are almost traffic free once outside of the major towns. All cars come with a/c and make for a cool refuge for children between stops. There is a network of dual carriageway roads running for much of the length of the island and increasing number of small roadside rest areas, most with washrooms and basic food & drink. Car Seats are NOT generally provided by the Hire Company so these do need to be taken with you. Although usually a bit more expensive than car hire we can also provide private ‘door to door’ transfers between most hotels in Cuba. Using modern air conditioned vehicles

we know almost all hotels in Cuba first hand and we will be very happy to discuss the most suitable hotels and travel arrangements for your family holiday


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