You’ll be Havana good time in no time in colourful Cuba.
Photographers love to travel to Cuba for the multihued buildings, car-aficionados are in it for the clapped out ‘yank tanks’ trawling the streets and rum-fiends love the strong Cuba Libres on offer.
Whatever your reason for travelling to Cuba, you’ll find another one as soon as you’re there – Cuba excels at that many things.
While on a Geckos tour of Cuba (with a small crew of 18-29 year olds) you’ll drink and dance in Havana’s bars, tour tobacco plantations in Vinales, be ensconced in all things ‘El Che’ in Santa Clara and pretend you’re not lost in Trinidad's tangle of cobbled streets.
Cuba equals much more than the sum of its parts; beyond the mojitos, murals, cigars and cars, this is a proud, passionate place that is in a state of transition.
What people say
Do not expect western standards, remember that their island living and the complex economy has limited resources. Therefore, locals and businesses have to make do with what they have.
What people say
My most recent Gecko's Adventure was to Cuba, and before that I discovered India and Nepal. Both Gecko's experiences changed the way I viewed my world. I saw amazing things, met some unforgettable people and was guided through a truly unforgettable adventure
Cuba tour reviews
Our Cuba trips score an average of 4.48 out of 5 based on 25 reviews in the last year.
Vintage Cuba, February 2017
Geckos has put together a great budget trip for travellers wanting to see the highlights of Cuba for a small price. The group leaders (Andy) and bus driver (Jorge) really made the trip - they went above and beyond in providing fantastic service, knowledge of the history, culture and language and we had an absolutely fantastic time together at restaurants and out seeing the sights. We had a small group of 6 people which was perfect for Cuba as we were able to go to restaurants and activities that may not have been possible nor as enjoyable with a much larger group.
Review submitted 25 Feb 2017
Vintage Cuba, January 2017
Don't be afraid to ask all kinds of questions from your tour guide, their local knowledge and insight into Cuba really helps you to learn this fascinating country from the inside.
Review submitted 03 Feb 2017