Regent Seven Seas Cruises has been granted permission to offer voyages to Cuba, and has added the destination to two Caribbean voyages on Seven Seas Mariner in April.

The two itineraries, departing on April 11 and 18, will both overnight in Havana, giving guests time to experience the city's rich culture and history.

Along with a visit to Cuba’s capital, they will both call on the new, upscale resort-style destination in Belize called Harvest Caye, and a range of shore excursions are offered as part of the company's free unlimited shore excursion programme.

All tours will offer guests an authentic Cuban experience that explores the people, music, art, history and culture of the island. To provide guests with greater insights into Cuba and its people, guest scholars and expert lecturers will deliver compelling presentations about Cuba’s past, present and future.

The line's president and CEO, Jason Montague, said: “We’re excited to be the first luxury cruise line to offer voyages to Cuba, a destination our guests have dreamt of visiting. “With our industry-leading all-inclusive luxury experience, guests will be able to enjoy the wonders of Havana with a robust selection of free, unlimited shore excursions.”

The seven-night Caribbean cruises start from £2,969 per person and include flights, unlimited shore excursions, Wi-Fi and fine wine and spirits.

For details visit rssc.com or call 02380-682280.

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