Tourist guide to Granma Province

Tourist guide to Granma Province

The beautiful Granma Province of Cuba is best-known for its natural jewels and for its battles. This is place where Fidel Castro succeeded to conquer the dictatorship of Batista, high in the Sierra Maestra Mountains. Besides its historical importance, the province is also home to numerous fantastic places to visit, including the provincial capital - Bayamo, the ruins of the historic Demajagua, La Plata and so on. The area is not as crowded as other tourist destinations, but it is not less at... [ read more ]

The most picturesque mountains in Cuba

The most picturesque mountains in Cuba

Cuba is a dream holiday destination for several reasons: it is home to fantastic historical towns with astonishing colonial buildings, monuments, museums and other cultural attractions, not to mention the gorgeous islands, beaches, national parks and other natural beauties. I am absolutely sure that you will find something that suits your preferences perfectly. If you are a nature-lover thinking about a trip to Cuba I have good news for you! There are numerous breathtaking mountains in th... [ read more ]

An environment-friendly holiday in Cuba

An environment-friendly holiday in Cuba

Cuba is one of the most attractive and precious countries in the Caribbean region. It is characterized by spectacular landscapes, fine beaches and historical towns. Among the several forms of tourism that can be practiced here, ecotourism is a very popular one nowadays. While most people who travel to Cuba stay in all-inclusive resorts, you can choose to practice some forms of ecotourism. It has shown to be compelling enough to draw visitors. It seems that recently green tourism and ecotourism... [ read more ]

The most attractive rural and agricultural sites in Cuba

The most attractive rural and agricultural sites in Cuba

Located in the Caribbean Sea, the island state of Cuba has several attractive towns and villages. In the rural sites, the land is mainly farmed using the traditional method, with other words with oxen and horses. The most famous crops in Cuba are the sugar cane, the tobacco and the coffee. UNESCO declared three sites of these (one each for tobacco, sugar and coffee) as World Heritage sites due to the preservation of the traditional farming methods and the impressive history of the agriculture.... [ read more ]