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Explore, discover and relax on this Caribbean Escape

Type of Traveler​

  • Cultural

  • Experience Seeker

  • Foodie

  • Relaxation


  • Discover ancient Mayan ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula 

  • Head south to the beautiful Tulum and enjoy the turquoise Caribbean waters and beach life

  • Go back in time and fall in love with Havana

When to visit

Peak season


Shoulder season


Low season

Although two different countries, but they go hand in hand when it comes to the Yucatan Peninsula and Cuba since they are facing each other. 

The Caribbean sees hurricane season, generally around June to October, so it is best to avoid the Caribbean during that time of the year, but the wettest months we recommend avoiding is September and October. 

To enjoy this itinerary, we recommend visiting between March and May.

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Day 1 - 4: Playa Del Carmen

Upon arrival in Cancun, a representative will be waiting for you to escort you to your much awaited luxury hotel. Spend the first few nights soaking in those Mexican vibes and beach waves.

Day 4 - 9: Tulum

Jungle meets beach vibes is what you will get to experience in this beautiful town of Tulum!

You will be taken to your next beach destination, only 1.30 hours away from Playa Del Carmen. Visit magical cenotes, see historical places and live a hassle-free life for the next few days. 

Rent a bike and roam the streets of Tulum town

Hit a beach party in Papaya Playa

Yoga by the beach

If you're a vegan, this is your place

Whatever you desire, you can find it right here!

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Day 9 - 11: Isla Mujeres/Isla Holbox

If you're into diving and going off the beaten path, then either Mujeres or Holbox is the place for you!

Mujeres, located about 13 KM from Cancun, whereas Holbox is a bit further. 

Mujeres is known for its strip of white sandy beaches and world class diving.

Holbox is the place to go for an authentic nomadic experience where its just you and the beach. 

If neither serves your idea of a good time, then just skip this and head to your next destination!

Day 11 - 14: Havana

Go back to an old era and experience an enchanting and captivating city!

After a short flight away from Cancun, another representative will be waiting for you to take you to Havana's most luxurious hotel.

This city is full of hidden gems so enjoy it while you can.

Politics aside, the best way to experience the life and style of Havana is to do as the Cubans do. Start each morning with a cafe Cubano or two, dine alfresco in one of Old Havana's historic plazas, get your feet wet at El Malecón, then dance with the crowds after the sun sets. Seek out mojitos, rum and fun under the sun in Playas de Este, and once you've gotten your fill of the local flavor, acquaint yourself with the country's greats at the Museum of Fine Arts. Don't forget to say goodbye to Hemingway's hideaway on your way out.

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Day 14 - 15: Trinidad

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is the most visited town on the island and with good reason, for this UNESCO world heritage site oozes character. Wandering the cobbled streets of the old town, with its assortment of pastel-coloured, red-roofed houses and colonial mansions, is a delight. The beautiful Plaza Mayor is the focus of the old town with all the major museums close by.

Don’t leave Trinidad without experiencing the Casa de la Música. Drawing the largest crowds in town, this standout live music venue is Trinidad’s busiest, most animated spot. You’ll get the best big-band salsa and guaranteed dancing.

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