Destinations in Cuba
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Varadero, with the blue, serene Atlantic waters lapping on the glistening white sands while the cool tropical breeze gently wafts on its shore, is deemed the world’s greatest beach. The site presents a picture-perfect backdrop for resorts of all kinds, ranging from family-friendly to exclusive, all-inclusive and more.
Villa Clara’s landscape is an unlikely combination of sparkling beaches, lakes teeming with varieties of fish and fertile tobacco fields. It is where Buenavista Biosphere Reserve is situated, a preserved ecosystem of coral reefs, mangroves, keys and reproductive zones for water birds, and active dune zones.
The Zapata Peninsula is a known destination for scuba divers and ecotourists. Situated south of the province of Matanzas this area juts out into the Caribbean Sea. The population is comparatively sparse: the area intensely protected by the locals as the greater part of the region is included in the Ciénaga de Zapata Biosphere Reserve or the Gran Parque Natural Montemar
Granma is a Cuban province known for its rich history and incredible natural beauty. The long stretch of the Sierra Maestra Mountains as well as the longest river in the country, Rio Cauto, are found in Granma. There are two national parks in Granma, the Parque Nacional Desembarco del Granma and the Gran Parque Nacional Sierra Maestra.