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  • Rancho Toa River Boat Ride
    Rancho Toa River Boat Ride
    Another interesting thing to do while in Baracoa is our boat ride tour through a section of the Toa River, the largest river in Cuba. The tour offers Nature and adventure, a unique experience along the Toa River, bordering our farmer's real life plantations putting you in direct contact with the protected nature reserve of the Sagua-Baracoa massif. Nearby birds abound and are easy to observe, including rare species of great scientific and ecological value such as; the Almiqui, the Polimita (yellow, red [...]
  • 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 Fortresses Castles and Colonial History
    Baracoa Fortresses Castles and Colonial History
    Baracoa also retains clear evidence of a strong system of colonial forts that defended the city from corsairs and pirates. The Matachin Fortress which is now the municipal museum, The La Punta Fortress built to protect part of the bay, The Spanish built Santa Barbara Seboruco Castle, now known as the Hotel El Castillo, and the Towers of Joa and Caguase. We must not forget the church in which the Cruz de la Parra was placed, the first symbol of [...]
  • Getting around in Bayamo Cuba
    Getting around in Bayamo Cuba
    Getting around in Bayamo can be fun, mainly because of our two traditions. Bayamese people love their bicycles and, more than any city in Cuba, you'll see them moving from one place to another in droves. The next favorite modes of transport are our horse-drawn buggies or carriages, on which you can ride through the narrow streets and view some of the most important plazas and buildings in the city. Our buggies have special access cars are prohibited from using [...]
  • Parish Church and Cathedral of San Salvador Bayamo
    Parish Church and Cathedral of San Salvador Bayamo
    The San Salvador de Bayamo Church, which was named a Cathedral in 1995, was inaugurated by diocesan Priest Alfonso Enrique de Armendariz in the XVIII Century and it later evolved to become the beautiful three building church you see today. Picturesque colonial style brick walls, structured roofs and iron bars with splendid ornate carved Wood interior and golden pulpit, two choir areas and nine altars. Archaeological studies on the San Salvador de Bayamo building corroborate the assumptions of the Vatican [...]

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  • Casa El Encanto Old Havana | Homestay Guest House Old Havana Cuba
    Casa El Encanto Old Havana | Homestay Guest House Old Havana Cuba
    Casa El Encanto is situated in the core of Old Havana, considered by many as the ideal place to stay in Havana, with its historic atmosphere, thin colonial streets, momentous [...]
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    Casa Margot Old Havana | Homestay Guest House Old Havana Cuba
    Casa Margot is situated in the core of Old Havana, considered by many as the ideal place to stay in Havana, with its historic atmosphere, thin colonial streets, momentous squares [...]
  • Casa Emelina Old Havana | Homestay Guest House Old Havana Cuba
    Casa Emelina Old Havana | Homestay Guest House Old Havana Cuba
    Casa Emelina is located in the heart of Old Havana, viewed by many as the perfect place to stay in Havana, with its historic ambience, narrow colonial streets, historic squares [...]
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    Travelucion seeks cruise Partner for Cuba offers
    Travelucion Media Cuba has announced its desire to offer cruises to Cuba across its proprietary network of 432 websites which currently handle 30 million page views. Travelucion Media is the [...]
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    Cuba Cruise Lines Havana
    What is a Cuba Cruise? It's everything a tropical paradise should be: Turquoise waters teeming with colorful fish, lush jungles, exotic animals and amazing natural wonders. The locals are friendly, [...]
  • All Cruises to Cuba
    All Cruises to Cuba
    Cuba Cruise Lines new recently-announced Havana season will run from December 16, 2013, to November 28, 2014, offering a total of fifteen departures. Cruise-only fares for the 7-night circumnavigation of [...]

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