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All Inclusive Package Direct Vancouver To Varadero, Cuba $585 CAD (Tax Incl)

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Is the chilly, fall Vancouver weather bringing you down? Is the thought of another dark, gloomy winter feeling a tad oppressive? Would you rather be sipping a rum cocktail on the beach in a tropical oasis?

We thought so! This package to Varadero includes round-trip, direct flights with Sunwing from Vancouver, transfers to your hotel, and 7 nights at a lovely 3-star accommodation for $585 CAD per person all tax included based on a double occupancy.

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Cuba
Photo: Redtag Deals
Cuba
Photo: Redtag Deals

The sprawling resort is called Club Kawama and it is located right on Varadero beach. The all-inclusive deal includes all the cocktails you can sip and all the food you can eat.

Click here to book your holiday.

Explore Cuba

If you’ve never been to Cuba, you’re in for a treat. This gorgeous island is home to some of the best live music, rum, cigars, beaches, snorkeling, and history in the world! Varadero beach is considered one of the nicest in the world: with sparkling white sand overlooking an endless turquoise ocean, it isn’t hard to see why.

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Travel tip: While you certainly don’t have to leave Varadero, as it is a gorgeous paradise, Havana is a must-see city. While it won’t have the beaches that Varadero does, it is extremely beautiful, historically rich, and jam-packed with entertainment. You’ll feel like you’ve travelled into another era, as the cars are all old school models, and the buildings are colourful structures that hail times long past. It takes about 3 – 4 hours to travel to the city, so it may be worthwhile to spend a night or two there. The transfer buses are extremely affordable and comfortable, so you’ll be able to snooze or enjoy the sightseeing along the way. 

If you are broke from living in Vancouver and looking for some other amazing places to travel on a budget, check out our list of the top ten places to travel when your wallet is feeling pretty light.

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