If you choose to visit Cuba, you will enjoy the beautiful white sand beaches, colourful reefs with the most friendly locals.
The most well-known tourist spot in Cuba is the resort town of Varadero located on a 22 mile long peninsula lined with all-inclusive resorts, nightspots with live music and a gateway to Cuba’s rich history. Two hours from Varadero, you will find Havana, the capital of Cuba, where you will find attractions in classic 1950s-era American automobiles in perfect condition.
Cayo Santa María is a small island off Cuba’s northern coast. It’s known for its beaches and water sports
On the island of Cayo Santa Maria. mangrove forests and lagoons abound here and beautiful coral reefs offer ideal snorkelling and scuba diving opportunities.
Cayo Coco, probably best known for its high-end luxury resorts and hopping nightlife.
Holguin also offers many ways to experience Cuban culture.
There are also many great fishing spots where you can try your luck catching mahi mahi, amberjack, grouper and barracuda.