Cuba Cruises


Cuba is home to numerous heritage locations and tourist attractions including 7 natural biosphere reserves and 7 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Discover Cuba’s colorful culture & history, sultry rhythms and scenic landscapes as you explore the country’s historic attractions on a Cuban cruise. Norwegian’s two ships- Norwegian Sky and  Sun both offer OFAC-compliant Cuba cruises and shore excursions.

Favorite sights & excursions in Cuba

  • In Havana, Cuba,  visit ‘The Legendary Tropicana Cabaret’ for a fun-filled night in one of the largest and most beautiful nightclubs in Cuba, with a troupe of over 200 dancers and singers performing under the stars.
  • Cuba is reputed for producing some of the best rum and cigars in the world besides amazingly colorful and vibrant art. You can enjoy it all in Havana with a tour that includes a visit to a rum factory, cigar store and an art gallery exhibiting the work of famous Afro-Cuban artists.
  • Discover Cuban history with a ride through Old Havana to learn about some of the most iconic sites and their history. Visit the Iglesia de San Francisco de Paula, one of Havana's most charming old churches, which was restored in 2000 and is now used as a concert hall. See Train Central Station, Havana’s main railway terminal which is the largest train station in Cuba.
  • Get a taste of delicious local cuisine, savor mojitos and enjoy live jazz performances.
  • Visit the 16th century fort, Castillo De Los Tres Reyes Del Morro, which overlooks the entrance to Havana Bay. You could also stop at another military fortress which was built to strengthen the city's defenses – Fortaleza de San Carlos de la Cabaña.
  • Witness the majestic representation of El Cristo de La Habana at the entrance to Havana harbor. This white Carrara marble monument stands 65 feet tall, weighs 320 tons, & consists of 67 different pieces. It was built in Italy by Cuban artist Jilma Madera, and inaugurated on December 25, 1958.
  • Travel from Havana Vieja to the streets of Vedado in a comfortable air-conditioned bus to view the Nacional Hotel, the American Embassy, the University of Havana, the Christopher Columbus Cemetery and the famous corners, parks and plazas of this striking city.
  • Stroll the scenic Malecón seafront and colonial cobblestone streets. On your way to the Malecón, one of the city's most meaningful and essential Cuban main roads, you will pass through Havana’s Tunnel, which links the historic forts on the eastern bank with the decorative Spanish architecture in the Old City.

Best time to cruise to Cuba

These cruises are operated from April to September.