Casas particulares en Cuba Hospedaje en Cuba

Viajes CubaPrivate houses in Cuba. Private accommodations in main destinations in the island. Online bookings with no prepayment. We are the shortest way between you and your casa (home) in Cuba. We guarantee a response to your request within 24 hours, we are in direct contact with the owners of the house and left it in contact with them.

Free OnLine bookings systems private houses (private homestay) in Cuba. We offer private accommodation across the island of Cuba, each of their requests are consulted directly with the owners of the houses, so we offer a very serious and committed to serving you. We have over 10 years of experience performing this activity, we will gladly organize your trip around the island. Today is the most common route: Havana - Viñales – Playa Larga - Cienfuegos - Trinidad and in each place we have excellent accommodation options.

Home CubaThe months of November, December, January, February, March and April are high season for tourism in Cuba, and so if you plan your trip to Cuba, this is the time to find a particular house, so you can stay safe where you want. We will be happy to arrange your trip around the island. We have our offices in the Zapata Swamp, south of the province of Matanzas, arguably the most important destination nature of Cuba, with options for birding, hiking, fishing, diving ... and we agreed with all institutions to round these activities.

Please, select in the map the place where do you want to find a casa particular in Cuba.

Viñales, the main nature destination in Cuba.
Puerto Esperanza
Puerto Esperanza, a paradise to 20 km from Vinales
Soroa, a litler paradise near to Havana.
Pinar del Río
Pinar del Río, to see the best tobacco of the world.
Ciudad de la Habana
Havana, the mains destination in Cuba. Vedado, Habana Vieja (Old havana(, Centro Habana, Nuevo Vedado, Miramar, Playa, Boyeros, Guanabo (Playas del Este).
Varadero, the beach more beautiful of Cuba.
Matanzas, a pretty City, 10 minutes from Varadero.
Playa Larga
Playa Larga, in the Bay of Pigs, the Zapata Peninsule.
Playa Girón
Playa Girón, in the Bay of Pigs, the Zapata Peninsule.
Cienfuegos, the City more clean and beauty of Cuba.
Caibarien, with direct access to Cayo Santa María.
Remedios, beautifull colonial City to 7 km from Caibarién.
Santa Clara
Santa Clara. Villa Clara. Alojarse alrededor del parque Vidal es una experiencia inolvidable, significa palpar muy de cerca la temperatura de la ciudad. No deje de visitar la plaza del Che.
Sancti Spiritus
Sancti Spiritus, big City in the center of the Island.
Morón, with direct access to Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo.
Ciego de Ávila
Ciego de Ávila, big City in the center of the Island.
Trinidad, City museum of Cuba, more than 500 years.
Camaguey, marvelous colonial City
Las Tunas
Las Tunas, a quite City.
Bayamo, the land of the beauty woman.
Santiago de Cuba
Santiago de Cuba, the land of fire.
Holguín, beautiful city.
Baracoa, beach, nature and more.

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Why stay in a Casa Particular in Cuba?

If you are looking for the most important intimate contact with our natural beauty, our beaches, our culture, our music, and during his visit to Cuba: our people, because then the best way to do it and be in direct contact with the Cubans, our hospitality, to know how to live, as we are, the way we face our problems with a smile, is living among us. This applies to those interested in renting accommodation sharing common areas with Cuban or separate from these families. Another great advantage is that you can save some money if you choose our private accommodations in private homes. The average is very cheap and we assure you that your visit will be different, entertaining and full of new experiences.

Our services. Private houses in Cuba.

Our service is reliable and personal. Reservations online at Cuba are not widespread, that is why we guarantee a response to all queries within a period not exceeding 24 hours in direct connection with the owners of the houses that you request. We are sure the word of the owners that the house reserved for you will be available upon arrival, but we are not responsible if one is not available the room for an unexpected situation. Never feel lost with us once you rent a room, we will send all details of the house, how to get to it and leave it in contact with the owners of the house where he was staying. We are ready to answer any questions about the property that host.

Our service is free and legal?

Yes, our service is legal and free, no online payments, we are in direct connection with the owners of each house you choose and all the houses that advertise are duly authorized by the Cuban government for this activity and pay their taxes.

Very important !!!

Prices are per room per night in CUC, the currency used in Cuba.

The maximum number of adults per room depends on the house rules.

All prices and information for accommodations are directly given by the owners of the houses.

No online payment, you will pay directly to the owners of the house on arrival.

Most visitors to Cuba, wishing to escape the dark and long winters in their own countries, book into all-inclusive beach resorts promising sun, sea, and cheap mojitos, far away from where real Cuban life enfolds. At best, they may sign up for an escorted daytrip to Cuba’s capital Havana, to stroll through the touristy and spruced up part of the historic center, and ride along the 8km (5-mile) long Malecón esplanade in a classic American car from the 50’s.

There are, however, a growing number of travelers discovering there is much more to Cuba than beautiful beaches alone: picturesque colonial towns like Trinidad, Camaguey and Santiago de Cuba. The adventurous traveler can enjoy hiking, rock climbing, bird watching in National Parks and the Viñales Valley, white-water rafting, scuba diving or snorkeling, and not to forget, the intoxicating rhythms of Cuban music one can find on street corners, in dance clubs, or at other music venues. However, the biggest draw of all is undoubtedly the Cubans themselves, who are trying to play the limited cards they are dealt with an admirable resourcefulness, perseverance, and zest for life.

Traveling along Cuba’s casas particulares is an ideal, affordable way to meet ordinary Cubans and get more insight into their daily lives. Privately owned single family residences, but strictly licensed and regulated by the government, the casas are the Cuban version of our bed and breakfasts and one of the few ways Cubans can make a couple of extra bucks to supplement their minimal incomes. Although simple, the rooms are clean and air-conditioned, have an annex private bathroom with shower. Often there is a fridge in the room as well. Best of all, you get this great sense of being part of their family, since the slogan "mi casa es su casa" invariably reigns. Once tapped into their network, you’ll be free of accommodation and transport problems for the rest of your travel in Cuba: casa owners, happy to help you out, will simply refer you to family members, friends, or contacts of contacts all over the island.

Article by Lies Ouwerkerk. Independent Travel Columnist

  1.  Regions of Cuba in Brief

      • Cuba is probably the most intensely diverse island destination in the Caribbean, with everything from standard fun-in-the-sun beach resort getaways to colonial city circuits, myriad land and sea adventure opportunities, tobacco and classic-car theme tours, and a wide array of cultural and artistic offerings. There's a lot to see and do in Cuba, and most travelers will have to carefully pick and choose. This section will provide you with descriptions of the country's regions, along with itineraries that will help you get the most from your visit.
        Cuba is the westernmost and largest of the entire chain of Caribbean islands, located at the convergence of the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Ocean just 145km (90 miles) south of Florida. They say that Cuba -- if you use your imagination -- looks something like a crocodile: The head is in the east, a line of small islands form the ridges along its back, the Sierra Maestra national park forms the front legs, the Zapata Peninsula forms the rear legs, and Pinar del Río province is the tail. Cuba is in fact a closely linked string of archipelagos, made up of more than 4,000 separate little islands and cays.
        Cuba's two major cities, Havana and Santiago de Cuba, are port cities with large protected harbors. Most of the island's other principal cities lie along its centerline, either right on or just off the Autopista Nacional (National Hwy.), the country's principal trade and transportation route.

        Havana & Playas del Este

        Havana is Cuba's capital and the country's most important cultural, political, and economic hub. With a wealth of museums, antique buildings, old forts, the Malecón seaside promenade, and modern restaurants, clubs, and cabarets, Havana is one of the liveliest and most engaging cities in Latin America. Just east of the city center are some 15km (9 miles) of very respectable white-sand beach, the Playas del Este. While nowhere near as stunning as some of Cuba's more celebrated beach destinations, the Playas del Este are certainly a suitable alternative, either as a base for exploring Havana or as an easily accessible place for sun, sand, and sea.

        Viñales & Western Cuba

        Comprising the new province of Artemisa and the most western province of Pinar del Río, western Cuba is a wonderfully rustic region of farms and forests, flanked by some beautiful and relatively underpopulated beaches. The only real city in the province, Pinar del Río, is of limited interest on its own, but it serves as a gateway to Viñales and the Vuelta Abajo, Cuba's premiere tobacco-growing and cigar-manufacturing region. Just north of Pinar del Río, Viñales is a pretty little hamlet in an even prettier valley, surrounded by stunning karst hill formations. Viñales is Cuba's prime ecotourist destination, with great opportunities for hiking, bird-watching, mountain biking, and cave exploration. On the far western tip of the island sits the tiny resort of María la Gorda, home to some of the best scuba diving in Cuba. Lying off the southern coast of this region in the Caribbean Sea are the island destinations of Isla de la Juventud, one of Cuba's top premiere scuba-diving destinations, and Cayo Largo del Sur, another long stretch of dazzling and isolated white sand.

        Varadero & Matanzas Province

        Matanzas is Cuba's second-largest province and home to its most important beach destination, Varadero. Boasting some 21km (13 miles) of nearly uninterrupted white-sand beach, Varadero is Cuba's quintessential sun-and-fun destination, with a host of luxurious all-inclusive resorts strung along the length of this narrow peninsula. In addition to Varadero, Matanzas province is home to the colonial-era cities of Matanzas and Cárdenas.
        In the southern section of the province is the Ciénaga de Zapata, a vast wetlands area of mangrove and swamp, renowned for its wildlife-viewing, bird-watching, and fishing opportunities. This is also where you'll find the Bahía de Cochinos (Bay of Pigs), where the nascent Cuban revolutionary state defeated an invasion force trained, supplied, and abetted by the United States. The beaches of Playa Girón and Playa Larga serve as a base for access to some of Cuba's best scuba diving. Playa Girón also possesses, arguably, the most stunning colorful waters in Cuba.

        Trinidad & Central Cuba

        Beginning with the provinces of Villa Clara and Cienfuegos, and including the neighboring province of Sancti Spíritus, central Cuba is the start of the country's rural heartland. Vast regions of sugar cane, tobacco, and cattle ranges spread out on either side of the Autopista Nacional, which more or less bisects this region as it heads east.
        Trinidad is perhaps Cuba's quintessential colonial-era city, with beautifully maintained and restored buildings set on winding cobblestone streets. The cities of Santa Clara, Cienfuegos, and Sancti Spíritus are considered lesser lights on the tourism circuit, but all have ample charms of their own. Santa Clara is a lively university town, and is considered the "City of Che Guevara," with its massive memorial to the fallen revolutionary leader. To the north of Santa Clara lie the tiny and utterly charming colonial city of Remedios and the beautiful beach resorts of la Cayería del Norte. Cienfuegos is a charming port town with the country's second-longest seaside promenade. Sancti Spíritus is one of the original seven villas of Cuba, with some wonderful old historic churches and buildings, and a more natural feel than you'll find in other more touristy towns.

        Camagüey & Northeastern Cuba

        This section of mainland Cuba is little more than a string of rural towns and small cities, anchored by two colonial-era cities. This is Cuba at its quietest, stuck in time and in no rush to break free. However, off the northern coast here lie a series of modern beach resorts built on long stretches of soft and silvery white sand, connected to the mainland by a long narrow causeway that seems to barely skirt the surface of the sea. The sister resort islands of Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo are two of the finest and most popular resort destinations in Cuba. Several less-developed beach resorts stretch east along the coast on the string of islands making up the Archipiélago de Camagüey, better known as the Jardines del Rey (King's Gardens). The cities of Ciego de Avila and Camagüey are seldom explored colonial-era cities. The latter, in particular, has loads of charms and attractions, and is being restored to highlight much of its former glory. North of Camagüey is the tiny but growing beach resort of Santa Lucía. It's best known for its excellent scuba diving, offering a chance to dive with bull sharks.

        El Oriente

        For most of the country's history, the whole eastern end of Cuba was known as El Oriente. Today, it is comprised of four separate provinces: Holguín, Granma, Santiago de Cuba, and Guantánamo. This is a large region with a host of gorgeous natural attractions, highlighted by the mountains of the Sierra Maestra -- a mecca for naturalists and adventure travelers as well as those looking to follow in the revolutionary footsteps of Fidel and Che -- and the very beautiful beaches of Guardalavaca, yet another of Cuba's premier beach resort destinations, with unimaginably fine white sand and calm turquoise waters. Of the cities here, only Santiago de Cuba is a tourist draw in its own right, although visitors to Holguín, Bayamo, or Baracoa will experience Cuba at its most authentic.

        Santiago de Cuba

        This is Cuba's second largest city. Set between the Sierra Maestra mountains and the sea, Santiago is a vibrant city with a rich artistic and cultural heritage. Santiago is considered the heart of Cuba's Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean heritage, which is expressed in the music, dance, and religion you'll find here. Santiago's Carnival celebrations are by far the best in Cuba, and some of the best in the entire Caribbean.
        The city itself has a charming colonial-era center and a host of interesting museums and attractions, including José Martí's tomb and mausoleum, the original Bacardí rum factory, and the impressive Castillo del Morro protecting the city's harbor. Nearby sites worth visiting include the El Cobre shrine to the island's patron saint, La Virgin de Caridad, and the Gran Piedra, a massive rock outcropping allowing for great hiking and views.

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This web is a safe system to guarantee unforgettable holidays lodged in Casas particulares (Particular houses) in Cuba

A casa particular is basically a private family establishment that provides paid lodging, usually on a short-term basis. In general under this term you can find full apartments and houses, rooms inside people's homes, mini-apartments or rooms with separate entrance (studio or efficiency type rooms). It is also considered a type of boarding house typically operated out of a single family residence where guests can be accommodated at night in private bedrooms and where breakfast, sometimes continental and sometimes the full English variety, is served in the morning, lunch and dinner is oered too. The business may be operated either as a primary occupation or as a secondary source of income, and the staff often consists of the house's owner(s) and members of their family who live there or not.

Why to go to Cuba?

Cuba is a different country, where over more than half a century has developed a different way of thinking about life.

The Cuban people are educated, friendly, welcoming, sympathetic and a good conversationalist.

For Cubans, music, joy and relationships are the purpose of life and therefore you will experience a different style of travel.

For many, life is divided into before and after visiting the Pearl of the Caribbean.

Our advice is to live with the people of Cuba, renting an apartment or a room in a private house Cuba legalized.

Meet the Cuban will certainly be a great experience in your life.

The owners of a private home rental will be yours friends in Cuba.

More info and some useful tips for your travel by Independent Travel Columnist

Reconfirm casa bookings at least two days before arrival (your current casa owner will call for you; U.S. cell phones do not work in Cuba), otherwise there is a chance your room may be rented out to someone else. Although this might look as if casa owners are unreliable, the reverse – travelers not showing up after having booked – is actually occurring more frequently. Not being able to demand a down payment from their prospective guests in advance and often relying desperately on their little extra income, Cubans find themselves in a vulnerable position.

Upon arriving at a bus station, stick to the directions and name of the casa you have arranged. Jineteros (hustlers) or taxi drivers may try to bring you to some other, often unlicensed casa instead.

Cuban currency can be a bit confusing, as there are two systems: Cuban Pesos for locals, and Cuban Convertible Pesos (CUC) for foreigners. 1 US$ = about 1 CUC. Changing money into CUCs can be done upon arrival in the airport, in hotels, at any bank or Casa de Cambio. To avoid long lines, the airport is by far the best option. The best exchange rates are for Euros and Pounds. Bringing traveler checks and American dollars is not recommended.

Visa and Master cards, if not issued by an American bank, might work occasionally, but the mode of payment in Cuba is CASH in most places, and certainly in casas particulares, paladares (privately owned small restaurants), and taxis.

Cubans are incredibly friendly, and you will feel quickly at ease with most of them. Caution with “friendships” that blossom in the street is advised, however, as some jineteros may take advantage of you by suggesting that you go to a café or restaurant that is far out of their own financial reach, and suddenly disappear when the bill arrives.

Although the general American traveler does not have easy access to Cuba due to travel restrictions imposed by the U.S. government, a large, and growing percentage of Americans is visiting Cuba anyhow, by either taking the legal route (type into your favorite search engine: "legal travel to Cuba"), and through arrangements made by foreign-based tour operators, or through the backdoor via Canada, Mexico, or the Bahamas. Cuba welcomes American visitors and will not stamp passports if so requested. The tourist card you get instead will be valid for 30 days.

Internet access is still in its infancy in Cuba. Every larger town or city these days has a state-run ETECSA office or fancy hotel where you can use computers for $5.50 per hour (expect some older equipment, and a wait in line). Unfortunately most casas particulares don’t offer Internet access, as personal computers and a permanent connection are out of reach for ordinary Cubans.

Of the main bus companies operating in Cuba (Viazul, Transtur, and Astro), the best option is Viazul ( with its air-conditioned buses and relatively punctual departures. Private, shared taxis charge about the same fee as buses, but are faster, pick you up at your casa, and bring you to the doorstep of the next one. And if you speak Spanish, there is the additional bonus of conversing with drivers to hear their often-interesting views on Cuba and the world.

Casas particulares can sometimes be contacted directly, but the legal ones are often connected with a central agency that takes care of bookings. Typically, a casa has one, two till 4 rooms available, and charges $20 - $35 a night (or more). Lunch or dinner can be requested for an additional 7 - 15 cuc.

Upon leaving Cuba, everyone has to pay a departure tax of 25 CUC, in cash only.

Cuba is a beatifull land...

Cuba, the best destine of the World Cuba is a land of taste and music; warmth and desire; goodness and aroma; palms and tobacco, rum and Guaracha; authenticity and friends; coffee and nobility; Havana Club Cuba spontaneity and love. Enigmatic as back in the day, beautiful Cuba remains captivated Grand Admiral Christopher Columbus when he made landfall on the eastern shores of Bariay October 27, 1492.

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