A trip to Cuba is possible throughout all the year as there is no difference in the seasons. In general Cuba, the island in the Caribbean has opened its doors to tourists in recent years and has surfaced on the map of global tourism. A trip to Cuba will reveal to us an amazing culture, wonderful people, fine cigars, and sweeping damage and plenty of contrasts that give Cuba its special charm.
The visit to Cuba is completely reminiscent of none of the Caribbean. A trip to Cuba offers a mix of Latin American, African and Spanish cultures combined with magical architecture. All this is combined with diverse landscapes. Cuba offers turquoise water for lovers of diving and white sandy beaches, and a fascinating encounter with local residents. And most of all, traveling in Cuba, is like traveling back in time machine to the 1950s before the communist revolution. The most recognizable mark of the time, then, are the large American cars moving and grumbling around the island.
Cuba is mostly a plain island with the exception of three mountain ranges: Sierra Maestra, Escambri and Sierra del Rosario. Thanks to the tropical weather during all year long , the weather is favorable and suitable for traveling , but you should know that in September and October the hurricane can visit the island . Cuban culture is a combination of Native American, Caribbean, Spanish and African culture, along with Cuban music and dances. The salsa and the mamboo are the most recognized styles of music, although you will likely encounter other styles. Add to that the fine rum and hand-rolled cigars and you get a never-ending Caribbean celebration.
Where to visit in Cuba?
The capital of Cuba, Havana, vibrant and colorful is the largest city in the Caribbean. Havana’s Old Quarter has been declared a World Heritage Site and it excels in fascinating colorful architecture. The city has some interesting museums, forts and fortresses.
Viniales Valley – A Cresty Valley in western Cuba which has been declared a World Heritage Site. Many fossils, including dinosaurs, have been discovered in the valley, and these prehistoric artifacts inspired a huge 180m and 120m high wall known as “The History of the Cow.” In the valley, agricultural crops are grown using traditional methods, especially tobacco. The flat valley is dotted with small limestone hills, known as muguts, and stalactite caves. In one of them, the Indian Cave, an underground river flows.
Trinidad, one of the most beautiful cities in Cuba has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city has beautiful buildings, colorful markets, interesting museums, and more. In the sorroundings of Trinidad region you will enjoy rainforests, waterfalls, typical agricultural crops such as tobacco, sugar, coffee and cocoa and so on. About 60 km from Trinidad you will find some beautiful Caribbean beaches offering recreational, diving and fishing options.
The capital of Via Clara County, the city of Santa Clara, was the first to succeed in releasing the tyrant of Tista. Che Guevara, the leader of the revolution, is buried here despitethe fact he found his death in Bolivia. Alongside him are other revolutionary heroes all buried in one mausoleum erected for the revolutionary.
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