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  • El Yunque de Baracoa | Anvil Mountain Baracoa
    El Yunque de Baracoa | Anvil Mountain Baracoa
    El Yunque or Anvil Mountain is an elevation of vertical slopes and flat top 8 kilometers away from the city. El Yunque became a local symbol and orientation point for the seamen who crossed through the adjacent seas. The Anvil Mountain fauna is rich and diverse, with plenty of woodpeckers, the Tocororo (Cuba's national bird), hummingbirds, hutias, lizards, reptiles, and other species. At a height of 573 meters El Yunque offers a natural viewpoint over an immense lagoon and the [...]
  • Baracoa Beaches Food and Getting Here
    Baracoa Beaches Food and Getting Here
    Despite the fascination by visitors of the natural environment and unique ecosystem of Baracoa, the beaches are easily still our best kept secret. There are too many beaches to choose from really, some totally virgin without even names. More popular beaches in the vicinity of the town are: Duaba Honey Beach and further west, Playa Maguana and Playa Nibujon. The cuisine of the region is one of the richest in the country. Our famous poached and then fried banana and, of course, the milled corn [...]
  • Baracoa People and Heritage
    Baracoa People and Heritage
    Like many places in the Greater Antilles, the inhabitants of Baracoa are predominantly of Aboriginal origin, displaying the traits of a sharp nose, straight hair, dark skin and small stature. It is claimed an impossibility to really know the ancient inhabitants of Cuba without first traversing the first settlement of Cuba called Baracoa. Today the city has a population of about 86,000 inhabitants, most of which have long lineage to the initial settlers. Baracoa is also famous for hosting French [...]
  • Bayamo Festivals and Carnivals
    Bayamo Festivals and Carnivals
    Bayamo celebrates two very popular festivals where everyone is welcome. First we have Las Enramadas festival which dates back to the 1930s, and takes place during Holy Week, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday. The streets of our city come alive with music and dancing; festivalgoer's are offered the national pride of Bayamo and famous Cuban dish of roast pork with congri (rice with black beans), root vegetables called Malanga and Yuca accompanied with salad, soft drinks, sweets, local beer and [...]
  • Bayamo the melting pot of Cuban Nationality
    Bayamo the melting pot of Cuban Nationality
    Some events in the bayamese lifestyle seem to underline this heading. The Village then called Bayamo as it is today, was enlarged much like many others in Cuba back in the XVI and XVII Centuries by its residents who learned to live by smuggling goods, as a primary means of making a living. Nevertheless, the foreign traders, almost exclusively from Spain, were not friendly at all and their presence brought pirates from both land and sea. Bayamo´s history, as told [...]

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