Private jet charter to Cuba
As the largest island in the Caribbean, Cuba’s history of colonisation has given it an air of intrigue. A multifarious place with a story of political revolution and natural beauty, Cuba has a solemn magnificence that can’t be ignored. See if for yourself by getting a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter flights to Cuba.
Pay Valle de Vinales a visit, located in the Sierra de los Organos mountain range. A stunning example of Cuba’s fertile and vibrant natural landscape, this limestone karst valley is an overflowing palette of lush pine tree green, craggy cliff limestone white and terracotta-brown from interspersed tobacco fields. Made curious by the island’s largest cave system, a wander through this area will only ever be inspiring. Designated a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2001, Parque Nacional Alejandro de Humboldt is another example of Cuba’s vivacious natural beauty, boasting an unmatched ecosystem that sets it apart from other natural locations worldwide. With vast swathes of untouched forests, lagoons and mangroves, there are very few places that come close to Parque Nacional Alejandro de Humboldt’s radiance.
Head into the city to get to know the other side of Cuba - there’s no better testament to Cuba’s tapestry of influence than its architecture, with its buildings wedged between the Old World and the new. Fortifications in Havana speak of its colonial past while Spanish Neo-classical architecture is present through the columns that flank the spacious courtyards in the Vedado district. Head down to this part of town to take in family estates and the derelict beauty of what were once resplendent palatial structures. With other parts of town showcasing brutalist 1960 and ‘70s architecture, Vedado’s buildings speak volumes about Cuba’s ever-evolving cityscape and the cultures that shave helped shape them into existence.
Cuba’s rich history isn’t just showcased through its architecture. Its Taino, African and Spanish roots are in its spices, influence from the Canary Islands flows through dishes in the form of mojo sauce and Cuba’s own flavour gather around the island in the form of its seafood. Experience its full breadth of flavours by visiting Restaurant Mediterráneo-Havana in Vedado. Succulent octopus Carpaccio and Catalan style lobster will satisfy the seafood lovers among us, while lamb stew with herbs and insalatonia has added cultural depth to the menu that is sure to hit the spot for even the pickiest of palates. La Fontana Grill in Havana also brings the best of the island’s diversity to the table. Teaming incredible food with live music, delicious cocktails and an eclectic environment, La Fontana is rightfully one of the hottest spots in town.
When it comes to a luxury stay, you won’t go amiss with Paradisus Rio de Oro Resort & Spa located on the white-sands of Esmeralda beach. Split-level suites and bungalow buildings that boast a range of modern amenities while lagoon-style swimming pools allow guests to relax and unwind. Aquaerobics sessions, beginner’s scuba lessons and waterpolo cater for guests looking for excitement. A luxury 5-star stay is also guaranteed from Iberostar’s Grand Hotel Trinidad. Conveniently situated only a few miles from the Caribbean, this hotel marries island tranquillity with contemporary comfort and a sense of opulence.