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Located between the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico you will find the island of Cuba. Its many different cities will give you an unforgettable vacation. Cuba is subtropical with a high humidity, but temperatures stay about 70 to 80 degrees all year around. This lends to the many activities that you will find here such as horseback riding, hiking, exploring caves, diving in the fresh water caves, and sailing.

Remember that you are in Cuba and you shouldn?t set out on any activities without a guide. Another point to remember is that US funds are not accepted here. You need a passport and a Cuban vacation card in order to enter the country. However, this is readily available at the airport.

Attractions of Cuba

Cuba has a very interesting history that will keep you enthralled learning how it evolved over the years to what Cuba is today and this stands out most especially in its political life. Visit the many museums such as Museo Provincial Ignacio Agramonte located in Camaguey, and monuments that you?ll find in abundance on this island. 

Visit the gorges with their dramatic cliffs, walk through the beautiful vegetation and lush valleys, stay in one of their beautiful resorts that are right on their beautiful beaches. Swim, dive, sail, snorkel or do any other activity that you can think of when it comes to a beach and water. South of the main island of Cuba you will find one of the best beaches in the Caribbean.

Havana offers much to any visitor that comes there such as the Cathedral de San Cristobal de la Habana and the Castillo de la Fuerza. Visit El Morro Castle and La Cabana Fort for a time you won?t forget. Tour Old Havana in a coconut shaped motorized coach. Taste the famous Cuban rum and smoke the Havana cigars.

Although Cuba is basically non-commercialized, it is a relatively safe place to visit. Visit the Pinar del Rio to see the tobacco plantations. Two of the World Biosphere Reserves are also located in this region of Cuba. The archaeological enclaves are located in the Valley Mountains, where you can discover some of Cuba?s rich history.

Dining and Shopping in Cuba

There are many places to dine in Cuba and just as many different cuisines served such as, Spanish, Vegetarian, Mexican, Italian, German, Arab and International. Dine in elegance or economical  - it is all offered here.

Cuba also offers a surprisingly exciting nightlife for you to enjoy after a long day of sightseeing. The Habana Café is a hotspot with a different atmosphere featuring classic cars. Shopping is not a problem here you can buy anything you need on this island and more. There are many shops to find small treasures in for gifts when you return home. Cuba will make an unforgettable vacation with its sights and sounds. You will have memories that will last a lifetime.





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