Visit the famous province of Guantanamo and enjoy the purest nature of eastern Cuba
Guantanamo province is the most eastern of Cuba. It is characterized by having a mountainous surface that caused the isolation of the rest of the island for more than four centuries. Known for the establishment of the American Naval Base in the town of Caimanera in 1902, this beautiful territory has great and impressive places to enjoy an unforgettable vacation.
The location of the place has led the province to be characterized by beautiful virgin beaches such as Playa Duaba, Playa Nibujon or Playa Maguana; Well-preserved nature reserves such as the Alejandro de Humboldt National Park, Boca de Yumurí or El Yunque, and cities founded by the Spaniards such as the famous colonial town Baracoa and Guantanamo.
The colonial city of Baracoa is the most visited, highlighting the fortifications that surround it such as Fuerte Matachín, Fuerte de la Punta or Seboruco Castle. Currently, communication infrastructures are good in this province, since it has two airports and an important road with the La Farola Viaduct, a true engineering work.
Visit one of the most famous and unknown areas of Cuba and discover its interesting history and the beauty of nature that makes up its landscapes.