Last two places on July Cuba dance holiday!

Last two places left for our July Cuba dance holiday coinciding with annual Carnival in Santiago de Cuba!  Direct flights from London Gatwick to Holguin included, 18 July – 1 August (14 nights) for just £2,265.  This price includes single room accommodation; half board meals (breakfast and dinner); 30 hours of dance lessons; nights out with Cuban dance partners; Carnival events and activities; return direct flights; Cuban tourist card; return group airport transfers.

We will have our own Cuban professional dance partners for all group lessons, and also to accompany us when we go out at nights to live music events in local venues and Carnival street activities.  Santiago de Cuba carnival is a colourful and vibrant festival, with plenty of street parades and music stages in the main squares.  It takes place over 7 days and nights and is widely considered to be one of the top carnivals in the Caribbean. This is your opportunity to experience it firsthand.   Carnival atmosphere is palpable in the city from the day we arrive, and top Cuban bands are  invited to play live on the main open air stages.  This holiday is almost fully booked, with just two places left.  Join us for your Cuban dance holiday of a lifetime!

Full details on this link to our website: Cuba dance holiday.

Previous travellers on this carnival trip have commented as follows:

‘I love the city, the vibe, the energy – carnival was amazing and I loved the nights out dancing on the streets’  AT, July dance holiday 2015

‘I loved Santiago. It felt like a being inside a vibrant beating heart. It felt safe and it was so easy to walk everywhere…the homestay locations were ideal. I loved all the music venues and the cultural things to see. Carnival was a unique experience’   FL, July dance holiday, 2015

 

About the Author
Kath Bateman founded Caledonia in 1996 and still has a very active role in the company. As a linguist and avid traveller, Caledonia brings together many strands of Kath’s personal and professional interests. She is a Modern Languages and Tourism graduate and has worked as a tour leader and trilingual guide, ski rep and salsa teacher, cultural events organiser, salsa club promoter and English language teacher. She lived and studied in France and Austria and has travelled widely elsewhere in Europe, Latin America and particularly in Cuba. Kath is still very much involved in the business and is as motivated by what Caledonia does as when she first set up the company in the spare room at home all those years ago.