Published on 2018-06-05 by
Diving in Cuba is an unforgettable experience. An Underwater Beauty is awaiting you. Ocean wildlife along coral reefs, surrounded by exotic colorful fish.
Cayo Saetía is a Natural Park that covers an area of 42 square kilometers widely populated by forests that serve as shelter for a diverse range of species of animals, among which include whitetail deer, buffaloes, ostriches, peacocks, zebras, antelopes and dozens of birds.
The Villa Clara keys. Located north of the central province of Villa Clara, you can find here beautiful beaches, with all comforts that assure you an unforgettable stay during your vacations.
Cayo Levisa – A paradise on the Earth.
With three kilometers of excellent beaches and 23 diving sites, it is an excellent place for diving enthusiasts, who can enjoy crystal-clear waters and one of the world's largest coral reefs.
Jardines del Rey (Gardens of the King) are a chain of islands off the north coast of Cuba. They include Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo, Cayo Romano and Cayo Paredón Grande which are linked to the mainland by a 17 km long artificial causeway, with a road running along it.
Governor Diego Velázquez named this archipelago Jardines del Rey (Gardens of the King) in honor of Ferdinand the Catholic, of Spain, in 1514.