Tourism and Nature in Las Tunas
Las Tunas is a province privileged by nature and its beauty highlights places of interest that from a natural environment bring a unique attraction to the Las Tunas skyline. There are several seductive elements of the province, but its 36 little explored beaches stand out, with magnificent conditions and natural beauties. Another attraction is the seabed, ideal for contemplative diving, and safe places to protect boats in the stock bays. However, there are other places where the Nature of Las Tunas can be seen in its maximum splendor. Read More...
A place of invaluable natural beauty is The Cornito, unique for the exceptional tranquility that offers to visitors, among the bamboo canes. The birds singing, accompanied by the lushness of the trees, give this place a unique charm, which motivates you to rest and enjoy the landscape.
Nature, art, and traditions merge in this place when the Cucalambeana Event is celebrated each year and where the Motel of the same name stands for the recreation of those who decide to visit it.
Visiting this place is a different experience since it is distinguished by the beauty of its landscapes and the healing properties of its springs, rich in mineral salts. In addition, it stands as an ideal site for an encounter with Cuban nature. The rugged environment has been transformed into a welcoming water mirror, where several specimens of native fauna live and numerous species of fruit and timber trees grow.
Without a doubt, the Blue Lake is an excellent option to enjoy first-hand one of the most exotic places of Las Tunas geography.
To observe a sunset at Caisimú Hill is one of the most pleasing experiences to the eye. This site has everything you need to guarantee you an unforgettable experience. Recreation is guaranteed, as the visitor can enjoy a variety of options in the camping that bears his name and which offers visitors the chance to stay to discover every detail in direct contact with nature. But is the Cuban landscape that you can admire from afar what captivates the visitor. Site adorned with sculptures of animals, and remembered with amazing stories.
At the high hill rises in a hermitage, built by a devotee of the Virgin of Charity, with the promise that Fidel would leave the Sierra Maestra alive and triumphant. Even today believers go up to the hill to pay their promises.
Charm, mystery, beauty, has the Caisimú Hill. A whole experience to discover.
Cabaniguán Mount is the king of the surroundings. Located at the south of the province of Las Tunas, bordering the Gulf of Guacanayabo, between marshes and mangroves is the largest reservoir of acutus crocodile or American crocodile, an experience that lends itself to be lived, from the observation of their nests to an exciting journey by boat through the inlet and where you can watch the lizards in their natural environment.
They are not the only ones that captivate visitors. The wonderful iguanas observed from time to time, and other endemic birds of the region that fly freely above the waters and green foliage do it too. The peculiar landscape of coastal lagoons contrasting with the green of the lush mangrove vegetation is a spectacle of extraordinary beauty.