If you want to travel to Cuba but don’t have anyone to travel with, don’t worry. We welcome solo travellers on many of our tours. Our Cuba tours for singles are a great way to meet new people, explore a new country and enjoy a much-needed break from the world of social media notifications and endless work emails. In this blog, we’ll share our top 3 Cuba tours for singles.
Travelling alone is a wonderful experience. Travelling alone in Cuba is even more amazing. Most people instinctively look for someone else to travel with as a type of safety blanket. The trust is, you don’t need this in Cuba. Our group tours are designed to help you socialise and meet new people. We work hard to match groups based on similar ages and interests.
If your biggest fear is arriving at the airport and not knowing where to go, we can help with that. The majority of our tours include an airport transfer, so you’ll be picked up by a local tour guide who will take you to your accommodation and leave you with some tips for places to see in the local area. All of our accommodation is local homestay, so you’ll be staying with a Cuban family. This is another great way to meet new people, practice your Spanish, or just enjoy some alone time if you prefer.
Most people can’t believe that we offer a solo dance holiday. After all, dancing relies on having a partner. The best part about our Cuba tours for singles is that it’s a great opportunity to meet new people. When you’re learning to salsa, it sometimes helps if you don’t know the person you are dancing with. It gives you a chance to really come out of your shell and be bold. Our solo salsa holiday offers the perfect mix of dancing, socialising and exploring. You’ll experience Cuban culture at its finest and have a great time dancing the days away.
If you’re keen to see everything that Cuba has to offer in a short space of time, then our small group tours are for you. We organise these tours throughout the year and never book more than 10 people on a tour. Why? Because it’s easier to blend in when you aren’t a large group. You get to enjoy the hidden sights off the beaten trail. It’s also far more responsible and sustainable to take smaller groups to Cuba as it means there is less pressure placed on local resources.
Music is a universal language, no matter where you are in the world. This is why we are confident that you’ll have no trouble travelling solo on our Cuban music tour. You can learn all about the local music scene, meet with musicians and exchange skills on percussion, guitar or piano. Cuban music is not like anything else in the world, so this trip is perfect for anyone with a passion for music.
This is just a sample of some of the trips that we recommend for solo travellers and singles. So, if you don’t have a travel partner but still want to start planning your dream trip to Cuba, get in touch to find out more about our Cuba tours for singles.