Best things to do in Cuba

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Classic cars, brightly painted houses and warm natured people, this is the image that Cuba evokes for most of us, making it one of the top Caribbean holiday destinations.

Its idiosyncratic atmosphere has become such a fascination, that people flock in from around the world to explore its endless beaches, tropical forests, majestic mountains and of course exclusive architecture. Its colourful past is not only clearly visible in Havana, but also in Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Santiago, Camagüey and Santa Clara. Trinidad has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1998.

Cuba is a huge peninsular that is over 620 miles long. It has some great kitesurfing spots, thanks to the north-easterly trade winds that blow all year round; couple that with the warm climate, 21°C in January and 27°C in July, and you have the perfect spot for kiters of all levels.

If there’s one activity you simply must do in Cuba, it’s scuba diving. The limpid blue waters, stable climatic conditions and visibility between 30 to 40 metres is a great appeal to water sports fans. The island contains numerous spots that have so much for you to see. Some of the top sites are Jardines de Reina, María la Gorda, Punta Frances, Bay of Pigs and Playa de Santa Lucia.

The northern coast houses one of the biggest coral reefs in the world! And let’s not forget the wrecks that you’ll find on the Cuban seabed. Most have been there since the 17th or 18 century, as Cuba was a key point for Spanish trading ships.

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Classic cars, brightly painted houses and warm natured people, this is the image that Cuba evokes for most of us, making it one of the top Caribbean holiday destinations.

Its idiosyncratic atmosphere has become such a fascination, that people flock in from around the world to explore its endless beaches, tropical forests, majestic mountains and of course exclusive architecture. Its colourful past is not only clearly visible in Havana, but also in Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Santiago, Camagüey and Santa Clara. Trinidad has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1998.

Cuba is a huge peninsular that is over 620 miles long. It has some great kitesurfing spots, thanks to the north-easterly trade winds that blow all year round; couple that with the warm climate, 21°C in January and 27°C in July, and you have the perfect spot for kiters of all levels.

If there’s one activity you simply must do in Cuba, it’s scuba diving. The limpid blue waters, stable climatic conditions and visibility between 30 to 40 metres is a great appeal to water sports fans. The island contains numerous spots that have so much for you to see. Some of the top sites are Jardines de Reina, María la Gorda, Punta Frances, Bay of Pigs and Playa de Santa Lucia.

The northern coast houses one of the biggest coral reefs in the world! And let’s not forget the wrecks that you’ll find on the Cuban seabed. Most have been there since the 17th or 18 century, as Cuba was a key point for Spanish trading ships.

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