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Hiking in Cuba
Cuba not only boasts its beaches and its rich culture, but its profuse and exuberant nature confer it as one of the most suitable places for the enjoyment of hiking. Its 14 national parks and its more than 25 ecological reserves overflowing with animal and plant life are full of hiking trails that combine sport and adventure.
Fishing in Cuba
Cuba is one of the favorite places for fishing enthusiasts. You can boast of having a privileged location by being between the straits of Florida and the Bahamas and having basins and underwater graves that act as natural barriers and that favor the passage of hundreds of species of fish.
Laguna del Tesoro
The Laguna del Tesoro is accessed by boat from Boca de Guamá, through a canal surrounded by thick vegetation. With its 9 km2 and 5 km in diameter, the lake has an abundance of trout that inhabit its crystal-clear waters of 4 m of average depth. It is a perfect place for nature tourism and sport fishing in Cuba.
The Cimarrón Monument was built in memory of the revolt of 17th-century copper mining slaves. Located in the town of El Cobre, it can be seen from the Basilica of Our Lady of Copper, sculpted in iron and bronze by Alberto Lescay, it was erected on top of a hill near the sanctuary.
In Matanzas approximately 13 km from the Bay of Pigs, you will find Playa Larga, an extensive 4 km long sandy beach, famous among other things for being the scene of a skirmish in which an American group, on April 17, 1961 , they intended to take control of the beach and were repelled by the Cuban people.