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Cuba is an island nation in the Caribbean Sea. It is located 77 km west of Haiti. Cuba is the largest country by land area in the Caribbean. It rises between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean. Most of Cuba has a tropical savanna climate.
It is an isand that assaults the senses. The visitor is greeted with straind of exotic rhythms combined with delicious coctails and finest cigars. Cuba is mixed of Spanish and African roots and also the most exiting island in the Caribbean. Locals are sincerly friendly.
The island is a blast from the past.
Cuba seems to be lost in time somewhere in the 1950's combined with the modern world which makes it an udeniably enticing destination.

Clearly the time to go is now!

Good to Know

Read the basic info and also some fun facts about Cuba ! Here you will find everything you should know !



Visa Requirements


Languages spoken

Spanish, English

Currency Used

Cuban Peso (CUP)

Area (km2)

110,860 km2

Top Attractions

  • Varadero Beach: This long stretch of white powder sand lays beside the loviest shades of blue and turquoise waters.
  • Old Havana: Old Havana is a real mix of old Architecture, bustling narrow streets and fascinating history.Bohemian, rhythmically Latin, certainly picturesque and, above all, charming.
  • Plaza de la Catedral: This Church was the first Catholic Church built in tthe Cuba and dates to 1776, it’s as old as the US constitution.
  • El Nicho Waterfalls: El Nicho is the name of a picturesque waterfall located just outside of Topes de Collantes National Park in Cuba’s Cienfuegos province. he waterfalls at El Nicho are actually fed by two rivers, the Rio El Nicho and Rio El Mamey, the latter of which then winds its way into beautiful Lake Hanabanilla
  • El Morro: Morro Castle is a must-see historical site for anyone visiting Havana. The castle offers stunning views of the Havana skyline and the ocean. The architecture is impressive, and the history of the castle is fascinating to learn about. You can explore the interior of the castle, including the various rooms and corridors, and learn about its role in defending Havana.
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