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Uncover magical and mysterious Cuba with Tempo Holidays

From stunning beaches and turquoise waters to colonial cities seemingly frozen in time, Cuba has it all. Get to the Caribbean's largest island before it changes forever. Words like exotic and charming are used to describe Cuba, the largest of the Caribbean islands.



This is a nation renowned for cigars and rum, but delve further and you’ll discover it’s so much more. Pristine waters and sun-kissed beaches lie on the edges of resort towns. Cities boast enchanting sixteenth-century colonial architecture, a relaxed way of life, excellent music and the chance to cruise in classic American cars. A visit here will capture your imagination in the most dazzling of ways.


Tempo Holidays have an incredible early bird offer that will certainly tempt you to step back in time in Cuba. Tempo’s Celestyal Cruises have released an early bird discount for late 2016 travel and also 2017 travel. Save a huge 15% per person. This 8 day program starts at A$1948 // NZ$2165 per person. This price includes breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, compulsory shore excursions and an unlimited bar and beverage package. There is also entertainment on board and different theme nights.


Sail around Cuba, explore the idyllic coastline and beaches that will make you fall in love with the destination. For departures between Nov 18th 2016 and 10th April 2017 bookings must be made before Oct 31st 2016. For departures between April 14th 2017 until Dec 29th 2017 bookings must be made before April 30th 2017. Discount will be applied on cruise rates, drinks and shore excursions, not on port and other service charges.


See Tempo’s latest Cuba product selection in the new Latin America 2017 brochure available now!


Email Tempo Holidays Australia at [email protected] for the full product range or call 1300 558 987. Agents please call 1300 362 844 or email [email protected]


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Published: 8 August 2016

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