Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo are the perfect place to lie in the sun, to enjoy water sports and to explore a landscape of beaches defended by coral reefs, abundant forest vegetation and rich biodiversity. Although the tourism of the bracelet and the all-inclusive are not your thing, you cannot miss this corner of Cuba with so much charm when take VIP Cuba Cruise Tours.
Climb the tower of Manaca Iznaga:
In the south of Cuba, in the Valle de los Ingenios, you will find a landscape forged by the cultivation of sugar cane since the 18th century. Of all the plantations that once populated the area, the Manaca Iznaga hacienda stands out, in which the owner's house, a spectacular tower and some of the barracks where the slaves who worked the land lived. In addition to exploring the colonial past, you cannot leave without climbing to the top of the 45-meter tower that, one day, was the tallest structure in Cuba. At your feet you will find the tower that crowned it and with which the beginning and end of the working day was announced. If you do not feel like walking or getting too complicated to get there, take the steam train that runs through the Valley of the Sugar Mills and get off at the Manaca Iznaga stop.
Do scuba diving:
Cuba is an incredible place to do scuba diving (or snorkelling). Its seabed is spectacular and is populated by so many species of fish that you will enjoy as never before. If you do not know where to start Legal Travel to Cuba, where to go or how to do it, the best places to dive in Cuba are Maria La Gorda (in Pinar del Rio, west of Cuba and with 18th century shipwrecks), Cayo Levisa (one hour away Havana, ideal to see black coral), Cayo Largo (south of the island and very protected from currents.
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