Our Self-Drive tours give you the chance to discover the stunning island of Cuba independently and at your own pace. Whether you are looking to stay for 8 days or longer, we have you covered. With the help of our on-site colleagues in Cuba, we will lead you to the most beautiful corners of Cuba, including some insider spots. So get behind the wheel and experience Cuba with freedom and flexibility!
It doesn't matter if you want to go for one week or two, if you only want to see the West or the whole island: With our Cuba Self-Drive tours you can discover the country at your own pace. We already book your hotels and Casas Particulares to make sure, that you don't have to worry about anything during your holidays.
Decide between our Self-Drive tours with an already planned route or decide for yourself where you want to go and for how long you want stay.
✓ Accommodations are already booked
✓ Different rental car categories - you decide!
✓ unlimited kilometers - no surcharges
✓ Contact personsr: 24/7 available
✓ Flexible planning of leisure time
✓ Individual route design possible
Drive along the sunny coastside, through the vibrating capital right next to Classic Cars and take a break in Viñales to get a glimpse on the beautiful sunsets over the tobacco fields. On a tour with a rental car, you can decide what you want to do. If you are interested in specific excursions or activities you can book them in advance. If you want to change the route of one of our offered self-drive tours, let us know. We can also assist you with the booking of your beach extension (for example in Varadero, Jibacoa or Guardalavaca). We can also plan a complete new route for you. Even if you are travelling on your own, we are 24/7 available for you. You can either ask our colleagues in our office in Havana or use our 24-hour hotline to assist you with every problem that might occur on your way.
We already book your accommodations for you, to make sure you can enjoy all of your time in Cuba. Most of the times you are staying in Casas Particulares, which are private accommodations. The advantage: the dircet contact with locals to get a real impression of the life and culture of Cubans. They can also give you great tips about good restaurants and thing you shouldn't miss in the area. Of course, you have your own room and bathroom. Your hosts will also make you a delicious breakfast, sometimes even a lunch or dinner. Our tip: Book the meals locally. The owners of the Casa will do their best to make sure you will book another meal as well.
Don't be afraid to drive in Cuba. The traffic in Cuba has nothing to do with European traffic. Not even the cities have full streets, traffic jams, lack of parking spots or a rush hour. The special thing about the traffic: You are sharing the street with cyclists, pedestrians or even horse carriages. In the East of Cuba you need to be prepared for bumpy roads and have a map with you. Navigations for you phone will also work. Other route guidance systems are not allowed to be imported.