Regardless of where your Accessible Cuba vacation takes you, Travel-for-All can get you there. We have connections with the best resorts on the island, and our experts have assessed their suitability for your specific requirements. Let us plan a fully accessible vacation for your next trip.
The best way to enhance your accessible Cuba vacation is staying at the hotel that’s right for you. Through Travel-for-All, you will have access to numerous Hotels with Disabled Facilities scattered across the island. No matter where you want to go in Cuba, look to Travel-for-All to find the widest selection of Cuba Hotels with Disabled Facilities.
Havana is Cuba’s capital city. Spanish colonial architecture in its 16th-century Old Havana core includes the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, a fort and maritime museum. The National Capitol Building is an iconic 1920s landmark. Also in Old Havana is the baroque Catedral de San Cristóbal and Plaza Vieja, whose buildings reflect the city’s vibrant architectural mix.
Varadero, covering Cuba’s narrow Hicacos Peninsula, is a popular beach resort town. Along its 20km of Atlantic Ocean coastline is a string of all-inclusive hotel and spa complexes, and a golf course. Near the peninsula’s eastern tip is Reserva Ecológica Varahicacos, a preserve with trails and an ancient burial cave. Parque Josone is a park with a pond and gardens.
In Holguin, you don't need to go far for a taste of authentic Cuban life. This area is a natural wonder located on Cuba’s northern coast. Catamarans are waiting in the port to whisk you away to the very best snorkelling spots and Jeeps are always ready to lead you into the jungles of Cuba's most adrenaline-filled destination.
Cayo Santa Maria
A popular spot for those looking for some relaxation, peace and quiet; an ideal setting for island dreamers and a popular honeymooners destination. Cayo Santa Maria is a peninsula of white sand boasting several hotel and resort complexes in close proximity to Santa Clara and is also perfect for families, couples and groups.
Cayo Coco/Cayo Guillermo
Cayo Coco is an island that had remained undeveloped for tourism until the 1990s, it is separated from the main island by the Bahìa de Perros (Bay of Dogs). It is also home to one of the largest colonies of pink flamingos in the world.
Resorts and hotels here are modern, and nearby Cayo Guillermo’s beaches are considered among the most beautiful in the world thanks to their fine white sand.