CUBA Cruise

ITC is proud to be among the first Tour Operators to offer round-trip travel between the U.S. and multiple destinations in Cuba.  Departures from the Port of Miami.

See Cuba before she changes!

What’s Included in Your Cruise Fare to Cuba? Just About Everything.

  • 3 1/2 days of shore excursions, including stops in Havana, Santiago de Cuba and Cienfuegos.
  • Shipboard travel between ports, so you can spend your travel time relaxing by the pool, not sitting on a bus.
  • Three meals a day, including all lunches onshore.
  • 7 nights in a comfortable cabin aboard the MV Adonia, so you only have to unpack once.

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Immerse Yourself. This is the Real Cuba, Up Close and Personal.

ITC offers a truly historic opportunity for travel to Cuba: a chance to help build new bridges to a rich and vibrant culture that, until now, most U.S. travelers have only seen in photographs.

What’s included in your journey? Just about everything. Meals, daytime excursions and activities, a comfortable cabin with all the amenities of a modern hotel, plus the luxury of having to unpack only once. Our itinerary was designed for ease of travel; between cities you will enjoy immersive and relaxing on-board activities like dancing lessons, an authentic Cuban cocktail class, or simply unwinding by the pool. For your time on the island, we’ve created a thoughtful cultural exchange experience that gives you and your fellow travelers the rare opportunity to learn more about the everyday lives of the Cuban people and their remarkable culture.



Sample Itinerary Days:

A Sample Day in Havana

7–8 AM

Gather and depart from the Adonia

8–10 AM

Take the scenic route
Take a detour through the streets of Central Havana. See sights like the Paseo del Prado, Parque Central, the recently renovated Gran Teatro de La Habana, El Capitolio and the famed Reina Street finally arriving at your final destination, a local community project.

10–12 AM

A monumental morning
Visit the Plaza de la Revolucion, Havana’s largest square and Cuba’s current administrative center. Afterward, a local guide joins you to share the highlights and stories of Latin America’s most important cemetery, the massive baroque-style Cementerio de Cristóbal Colón.

12 PM–3 PM

A taste of Cuban arts, agriculture, and lunch
Enjoy an authentic home cooked Cuban lunch at one of Cuba’s many family-owned in-home restaurants known as Paladares. Meet the family and learn about their journey to self-employment. Afterward, visit the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes that exhibits Cuban art collections from the colonial times through today and see why art is considered such an integral and vital part of Cuban culture.

3–5 PM

Discover Ernest Hemingway’s Cuba
Follow in the footsteps of one of Cuba’s most famous expatriate artists, with an excursion to the nearby fishing village of Cojimar, one of Hemingway’s favorite retreats and the setting for The Old Man and the Sea.

5 PM

A little retail therapy
Visit Almacenes San José Artisans’ Market, Havana’s largest craft market, which offers a little of everything from clothing and jewelry to ceramics, paintings, and souvenirs. Chat with local vendors and learn how they became masters of their crafts and the benefits it has created for them.

6:30 PM

An evening to unwind
As your ship gets under way again, join some new-found friends for drinks and dinner. Then the evening is yours. Relax in your favorite bar as you reminisce about your day. Take in a Cuban-themed movie. Or head for the Curzon Lounge and dance the night away to the sounds of a local Cuban band.

A Sample Day in Cienfuegos

8–9 AM

Gather and depart from the Adonia
Grab a leisurely breakfast on board and then meet up with other travelers taking part in the same cultural activities in Cienfuegos.

9:30–10:30 AM

Walking tour of Cienfuegos
It’s time to explore this bustling little town to get a feel for what life is like in a more rural area of Cuba. The first stop is at a local ration store where your guide explains in detail the ration system in Cuba. Then learn about the dual currency system also in place. Then visit a local market that deals in both currencies so you can get a better understanding of how it all works. Finish up at the town square where you’ll get a chance to chat with some of the locals about life in this quaint town.

10:30–11:45 AM

Teatro Tomas Terry and Cantores de Cienfuegos
Visit the Teatro Tomas Terry Featuring influences from both France and Italy this theatre is grand from the outside, but even grander within. Now prepare yourself for a most memorable performance from the Cantores de Cienfuegos with the opportunity to sit down afterward with the musicians to learn more about their lives, their training, and their roles as music professors at area schools.

A Sample Day in Santiago de Cuba

8–9 AM

Spend a leisurely morning on board
Sleep in this morning or take an early swim on the Lido Deck before meeting up with fellow travelers for your day in this historic city.

9–10 AM

Gather and depart from the Adonia

10 AM–12 PM

City Tour and Lunch
Visit sights such as San Juan Hill, where you can view the watchtower, get an up-close view of the cannons used during this important battle of the Spanish-American War, and view the memorial dedicated to those who lost their lives; the Antonio Maceo Revolution Square featuring the country’s tallest heroic statue and the Santa Ifigenia Cemetery where Cuban National Hero Jose Marti was laid to rest. Afterward, enjoy lunch at a local paladar.

1:30–4 PM

Visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Prepare yourself for the breathtaking views of the UNESCO World Heritage site, San Pedro de la Roca Castle, built to protect the port of Santiago. Then visit the red-domed towers of the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de la Caridad del Cobre, Cuba’s most sacred pilgrimage site. Afterwards transfer back to the ship and set sail for Miami.

A Sample Day at Sea

Start your morning, your way
Yoga. Morning meditation. A workout in the gym. An early cup of coffee by the pool. Or a little extra time to sleep in, if that’s what suits your mood. Then take your choice of a full breakfast or a lighter option that includes fresh fruit, granola, and healthy juices.

9–11 am

A little learning
Join your fellow Fathom travelers for an interactive session in basic Spanish or a class in photography. Or attend one of the week’s core workshops designed to give you a deeper insight into the history and cultural norms of Cuba and help you step more comfortably into a different culture.

12–1 pm

Lunch on the Conservatory’s outdoor deck
Recharge and prepare for the rest of your day, with a balanced menu that focuses on nourishing and sustainable foods.

1–2 pm

Take a little “me” time
Unwind with a massage at the spa. Or take your pick of a whole menu of spa and salon services to keep you feeling, and looking, your best. (Fees will vary by service.)

2–4 pm

Relax, your way
Grab a mojito and learn how to play dominoes. Join friends in the card room. Escape to the library with a good book. This afternoon is all yours. So feel free to make it exactly what you want it to be.

4–6 pm

Feel the rhythym
Discover your inner Latin dancer and feel the rhythms of Cuba during Latin dance lessons and live authentic Cuban concerts with musicians right from the island.

7–8:30 pm

Not just a taste of Cuba: a taste of whatever you want, from a varied menu with a diverse offering of cuisine, including local and regional specialties.

8:30–10:30 pm

A taste of Cuba, right on board
Learn how mix some of Cuba’s most popular cocktails like the Mojito and Daiquiri during an interactive workshop.

Tour Rates

Pricing(* includes taxes, fees port expenses and cost of Cuban visa) April 30, 2016 deadline for deposit of $300.00 per person deposit for these special cruise dates!  Other dates/ pricing are available from May through November!!  Call us for more info!

**Air is not included but ITC’s full service air department we will be happy to help with your arrangements!

Book before April 30, 2016 and receive $50.00 On Board Credit for Inside or Ocean View Stateroom, or $100.00 On Board Credit for balcony or Suites!

Pricing is per person based on double occupancy.  Passengers must be over 8 years old.

Inside Stateroom $2,605
Ocean View Staterooms $3,275
Balcony Staterooms $3,955
Suites $8,155
Inside Stateroom $2,995
Ocean View Staterooms $3,665
Balcony Staterooms $4,335
Suites $8,535
Inside Stateroom $2,995
Ocean View Staterooms $3,665
Balcony Staterooms $4,335
Suites $8,535
Inside Stateroom $2,995
Ocean View Staterooms $3,665
Balcony Staterooms $4,335
Suites $8,535
Inside Stateroom $2,605
Ocean View Staterooms $3,275
Balcony Staterooms $3,955
Suites $8,155
Inside Stateroom $2,085
Ocean View Staterooms $2,775
Balcony Staterooms $3,435
Suites $7,635
Inside Stateroom $2,085
Ocean View Staterooms $2,775
Balcony Staterooms $3,435
Suites $7,635

Cancellation Terms

   Days to departure                                                      Cancellation Fee

           90-76                                               Deposit ($300 US or $600 US per person)

           75-46                                                                    50% of full fare

           45-31                                                                    75% of full fare

           30 or less, non appearance                                100% of full fare


Gratuities are $11.50 US per person per day.

$150.   Administrative fee on all cancellations.  All pricing in USD


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