Sizzling Havana: Exclusively for Women

7 Days
6 Nights


7 Days
6 Nights


Exclusively for Our Female Adventurers





Connect with other women who travel for the same reasons you do: to learn, to have real experiences, and to embrace the world through meaningful interactions with people from other cultures.
Pedal through the streets of Centro Habana, where you'll meet friendly Cubans and experience a side of Havana that average tourists don't see.
Take a panoramic tour of Havana in a 1950s-era automobile and meet the woman who runs the classic car company behind the tour.
Havana's nightlife is well known (and sometimes infamous). Our team will help you find the best live events each evening to captivate and excite.
Visit the Bellas Artes Museum with an art curator, meet talented contemporary artists, and get in touch with your artistic side.
Travel back in time during a cooking lesson hosted by a chef who tells the story of Cuba through his food.

Meet the Cuban Storytellers
on this Journey


Day 01
Most likely, you'll start your day somewhere cooler and with far more modern conveniences. Then, as if you had stepped into a time machine, you arrive at Havana's José Marti International Airport, where a team member will meet you and accompany you to your accommodations. After you get settled in, your guide will lead you on a walk along the seaside avenue and to a welcome dinner at one of Havana's charming restaurants to get acquainted.
Day 02
Today, we are going to learn about the people, places, history, and tales of Old Havana. The day starts with a thrilling ride in a coco-taxi and an in-depth walk through the four plazas of the old town. Lunch is planned at a trendy restaurant that combines Cuban and European dishes. After lunch, your guide will show you the art market, Almacenes San Jose, where we meet a female cuentapropista (self employed businesswoman) and take part in a hands-on screen printing class. While at the market, you'll have plenty of time to look for handmade items and original works of art. This evening, a Cuban guest will join us at dinner to share their perspective on life in the island.
Day 03
Havana is a city filled with historical sites and unique neighborhoods. It only seems right to explore it in style, aboard a vintage 1950s-era automobile. On your panoramic tour today, you will learn more about the history and architecture of the city, from monuments and landmarks to colonial fortresses that have safeguarded Havana Bay for hundreds of years. After the tour, the owner of the vintage automobile you just rode aboard invites you into her workshop to see how these antique gems are brought to life. Next, we join a local chef, who tells us about the history of Cuban food while we make lunch together. This evening, go back to Old Havana for dinner at a top-rated paladar. The rest of the night is free for you to check out the local nightlife, aided by our cartelera and concierge suggestions.
Day 04
Every activity chosen for today's schedule takes us to destinations few tourists ever visit. Start off by pedaling through the streets of Centro Habana, where the struggles of the Cuban people are brought to life along with their boundless warmth. Lunch is included at a paladar where famous people, including former President Barack Obama, have dined. At the end of the day, a well-known Cuban songwriter will give us a private concert, and a professional mixologist will teach us how to make Cuban cocktails in a hands-on class.
Day 05
Today is art day! We begin our exploration of Cuba's vibrant art scene with a guided visit to Museo de Bellas Artes. Next, transition to modern art by visiting the studios of emerging sculptors and painters. After lunch by the sea, continue on to the whimsical Fusterlandia before arriving at the modest home of a muralist, who will give you a very personal look into his world. A dinner reservation at Tierra and an evening spent seeing Fabrica de Arte Cubano bring the "Art Havana" day to a close.
Day 06
Following what was probably a late night out, this morning starts a little later. A local dance company's rehearsal performance serves as the opening act. The next step is for you to join a professional salsa class and give Cuba's most famous dance a try for yourself. Lunch will be at a traditional paladar in Old Havana that was started by a woman physicist. There's an opportunity to stroll through Old Havana and finish up any last-minute shopping. Your final night in Cuba begins with a farewell dinner at one of the country's top restaurants and ends with live entertainment at one of Havana's hottest shows.
Day 07
Enjoy a leisurely morning prior to departure. Our team will arrange a transfer pick-up time for 3 hours prior to your flight out of Havana airport. Our hope is that you have connected with Cuba in a meaningful, warm way and that you will return soon.

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Loft Havana
Loft is an antique "solar" with a story to tell. Its spaces are open, airy, and offer travelers an oasis from which they can walk the streets of Old Havana. A solar (pronounced sō lar) is a symbol of Havana's urban culture because of the number of people who can coexist in a small area while enjoying a bit of luxury with an open space at the heart of the building. Loft has been updated to take advantage of modern comfort while still holding on to the magic that a solar offers to those staying in its rooms and enjoying the breezes at their rooftop bar.


We think that the best way to give our guests an authentic, socially conscious, and very rewarding trip is to have them interact with the Cuban people in a thoughtful and caring way. Our company is devoted to supporting the Cuban people through tourism and delivering an unparalleled experience to you, our guests.

This program is recommended for everyone who is interested in our world and the various cultures that add to its richness. The majority of Inbound Cuba tours are designed for guests aged eight and up but we can make exceptions if your children are already world travelers. Because Cuba does not have ADA compliance regulations, it is critical that you contact us if you have any questions about accessibility.

Under the current U.S. economic embargo, you can go to Cuba, but you have to follow a few rules to make sure you are in compliance with current regulations.

One important restriction is that the company you book your tour to Cuba with must be a U.S. company. We are a Florida company, and to protect you even further, we are a member of the Florida Seller of Travel Program.

Cuba is one of the world’s safest destinations for travelers. The team at Inbound Cuba further ensures your safety and comfort by screening every experience, driver, guide, restaurant, and team member who works with your program to ensure only the highest standards are met.

It is important to visit the island with the right expectations. One of our main goals is to help guests experience Cuba’s rich culture and wonderful people in a way that changes lives and perceptions. Our team works hard to make sure that the places you stay at and the food you eat are the best available. With that said, things are limited, so being flexible and understanding are the keys to a good experience.

American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and JetBlue Airlines are the US  commercial airlines that fly from South Florida to Cuba directly. You can book flights directly through their websites. We do not offer flight booking services currently.

Every visitor to Cuba requires a tourist card to enter the country. There is no formal visa application process that requires you to send in your passport. Tourist cards are easy to get from the airline that is taking you to Cuba.

No, they do not. As of April 6, 2022, no proof of vaccination is required to enter Cuba.

Cuban health authorities will randomly select arriving passengers for COVID-19 screening, including the collection of a sample for a PCR test.

The Cuban government eliminated the Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC) in 2021 and no longer allows transactions in US dollars. The best way to be prepared is to bring Euros to Cuba in small denominations.

Cuba’s official local currency is the Cuban Peso (CUP). Keep in mind, that the peso is not traded outside of Cuba, so you won’t be able to exchange pesos into any other currency while in Cuba or after leaving.

We suggest that you bring enough cash to pay for meals, tips, evening entertainment, and a little extra money in case of an emergency. 200 euros per person per day is a safe amount for short trips, and 150 euros per person per day is a safe amount for trips of five nights or more.

Credit cards and debit cards from the US are not yet accepted in Cuba. International credit cards can only be used at a small number of government-owned businesses. Please, plan to bring cash for things like shopping, drinks, and meals that aren’t part of your program.

US citizens can return home with goods purchased in Cuba for their personal use. Please, visit the most up-to-date US Customs regulations for the most accurate information: https://www.cbp.gov/trade/basic-import-export/cbp-public-notice-process-imports-cuba

When purchasing art in Cuba, works larger than 15.7 x 23.6 inches require a stamp. Please, consult with your guide and our in-country concierge before purchasing any works of art.

Drink only bottled water. If you buy it in a kiosk or store it will be cheaper than if you buy it at a bar or a restaurant. Most restaurants use treated water for ice, but if you have a sensitive stomach we recommend staying away from cocktails with ice and from raw vegetables.

Smoking is allowed inside some venues, including some nightclubs and restaurants, but most hotels are non-smoking and there is a movement by business owners to prohibit smoking inside their establishments.

You may find 110V and 220V outlets, but some hotels will only have 220V. As a precaution, bring a small adaptor. The 2 prong plugs used in the US also work in Cuba.

We recommend that you bring your own toiletries. These are not consistently provided by hotels/private accommodations.

WiFi is not always available and is rarely dependable in Cuba. Some casas/hotels will provide it, usually for a fee. Please, check with your guide and lodging. Because US phone providers do not offer travel plans to Cuba, roaming charges could be exorbitant if you use your phone there. Data sim cards are available for purchase at the airport upon arrival or from ETECSA offices throughout the country.

The dress code is very flexible for the most part. A few exceptions: men are required to wear long pants and no flip flops in some restaurants and nightclubs such as Tropicana; women are not allowed in shorts at the Cathedral church in Havana and some other churches.

The island is free of most diseases associated with tropical climates. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that travelers protect themselves from mosquito bites. Click here for information on zika virus in Cuba. The island is not considered a risk country for hepatitis B, malaria, typhoid, or other tropical diseases.

Items that are scarce and very welcome by Cubans are over-the-counter pain relievers (Tylenol and Advil) and cold medicine, deodorant, razors, shampoo, body lotion, sunscreen, bug spray, socks, hats, underwear, vitamins, band-aids, children’s toys, school materials, makeup for women, summer clothes, raincoats.

Here’s a guideline for your convenience: 1€ per bag for the porter; 1€ per room per night for the hotel maid; 3€ per person for short local guided tours; 8€ per person per day for your Cuban guide; 4€ per person per day for your driver; 10% for meals at restaurants; 2–3€ for live music. Your package may already include some tips. Please, check your itinerary to see what’s included and what’s not.

Please, allow 25€ to 50€ per person for lunches/dinners not included in your itinerary, where applicable. Cuba is an island with depressed agriculture and 60+ years of economic embargo, so food is expensive.

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