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Handpicked by a Cuba Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba'.

Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba

Esmeralda Beach The Emerald Beach, formerly known as Playa Estero Ciego, being located in the Ciego Caleticas estuary, is located just over 5 kilometers west of Guardalavaca, Cuba, and is characterized by warm, clean waters of an intense green. This small paradise is surrounded by cliffs, steep slopes and a large number of plant species that complete the charming landscape.   You can o...More info

Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba

The Aquatics The Aquatics, located on the slopes of a mountain in Cuba, was founded in 1943 by Antonia Izquierdo, who believed in the medicinal and therapeutic properties of water, to which the town owes its name.   The last person who had knowledge about the healing effects of water died in 2002. However, although he did not transfer his legacy, the inhabitants of Los Acuáticos continu...More info

Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba

Cayo Santa María   Cayo Santa María is the largest islet that Cuba has and is located in the splendid archipelago of the Jardines del Rey. This is the last of the wonderful keys that are accessed following the road that crosses the Bay of Buena Vista   This incredible islet has about 18 km2 of surface and about 10 kilometers of beaches of the best quality. These beaches are the r...More info

Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba

Trinidad Trinidad is one of the most beautiful cities in Cuba. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. It was the third town founded by the Spanish crown in Cuba, thanks to Diego Velázquez in 1514. It is currently a city-museum with a great colonial architectural heritage of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, between which highlights its narrow cobbled streets, its beautiful re...More info

Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba

Viñales National Park Visit the Viñales National Park and enjoy one of the most spectacular landscapes in all of Cuba   The Viñales National Park, also known as the 'Viñales Valley', is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular natural landscapes in all of Cuba. It is a valley, declared World Heritage by UNESCO since 1999, with very high pines, limestone mountains (which are very attra...More info

Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba

Sirena Beach  Playa Sirena is located in Cayo Largo, in Isla de la Juventud. It is the largest in the area and faces west, where more than 2 km of fixed sand are protected from waves and wind. Playa Sirena is the most beautiful beach in Cayo Largo and probably in all of Cuba.   The beach has an enclosure with dolphins where you can play with them. The locals recommend traveling th...More info

Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba

Guanaroca Lagoon Do not forget to make an excursion to the Guanaroca Lagoon to contemplate birds in your passage through Cienfuegos   The Guanaroca Lagoon is formed by the Arimao River before emptying into the Bay of Cienfuegos, Cuba.  Guanaroca Lagoon This bright saline lagoon is surrounded by mangroves and is a true paradise for bird watching. In the surroundings you will fi...More info

Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba

Mercaderes Street Discover what Mercaderes Street is like and its surroundings in Old Havana, Cuba   Mercaderes Street has been completely restored by the Office of the Historian of Old Havana. It is currently paved and pedestrian, and constitutes an almost complete replica of the original street dating from the eighteenth century.   The street is full of museums, shops, restauran...More info

Holidays Tips for your January Trip to Cuba

Old Havana Old Havana, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982, is the historic center of the city of Havana, formed from the port and the official center, the Plaza de Armas. In it you will find all kinds of ancient monuments, fortresses, churches, palaces, etc. since it is full of authentic architectural jewels from different eras and offers one of the most complete collections of ur...More info

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