Baracoa, Cuba’s first settlement is largely isolated, which is one of its prime attractions.
Cuba’s largest province, Camagüey offers beautiful coasts and abundant wildlife.
Cayo Largo, a tiny island, sits in calm Caribbean waters at of Cuba’s southern coast.
Cienfuegos, known as “the Pearl of the South,” is an historic and charming waterfront city.
The province of Granma is renowned for its history and breathtaking natural beauty.
Cuba’s glorious capital city Havana is one of the most culturally rich in the world.
“The most beautiful land human eyes have ever seen,” said Christopher Columbus
Jardines del Rey
These tiny islands are immortalized in Ernest Hemingway’s novel, Islands in the Stream.
Las Tunas is famous for its quiet, untouched beaches and rural “cowboy” culture.
Península de Zapata
Jutting out into the Caribbean, Zapata is home to hundreds of rare exotic birds.
Pinar del Río
Home to the tobacco plantations that produce the world’s finest cigars, and so much more.
Twenty-one kilometers of fine golden-white sand, bathed by warm turquoise waters.
Santiago de Cuba
Santiago, Cuba’s second-largest city, sports beautiful plazas and vibrant music.
Known as “the museum city of Cuba”, this ancient town offers a window into the past.
Some call Varadero Beach the world’s greatest beach, and it’s easy to see why.
Discover a land of beaches, tobacco fields and lakes brimming with fish and aquatic fowl.