where you can enjoy swimming ,diving,visiting the world heritage sites in Cuba .
It is the best example of Spanish colonial architecture in Caribbean .You can visit many places like Holguin ,Santiago de Cuba ,Cienfuegos,Havana and Baracoa.
Cuba is an island country in the Caribbean,Havana is the capital of Cuba and its largest city,To the north of Cuba lies the United States and the Bahamas, Mexico is to the west, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica are to the south, and Haiti and the Dominican Republic are to the south east.Cuba has long been an attractive destination for tourists.Tourism in Cuba is an industry that generates over 3 million arrivals per year, and is one of the main sources of revenue for the island. It has been a popular health tourism destination for more than 20 years.
Visit Baracoa and discover its beauty
Baracoa is a town nestled close to the mountains in the east of Cuba. It is one of the most attractive and mysterious places on the island. No matter where you stay in Baracoa, you'll always be among some of the most scenic views of Cuba. This beautiful town is packed with majestic views of the sky kissing the mountains and the deep blue sea. Baracoa is said to be first visited by Christopher Columbus on 27th November 1492. The meaning of Baracoa is "sea existence," which is a name originating from Aruaco.
In Baracoa it rains throughout the year, giving it the nickname of The City of Rains. The symbol of the city is El Yunque de Baracoa, which has a flat top and astonishing vertical slopes. Crystal clear rivers flow into the inlet of Miel and Baracoa. The green forests and natural vegetation around the city add a soft, lush beauty to its ambiance. The pine trees along the river course gives Baracoa yet another name- The Gallery of Forests.
The climate of the city is hot and humid, supporting the extensive varieties of vegetation. Apart from this, large numbers of almond and coconut trees are also found in Baracoa. Dishes made of coconut are widely popular in Cuba where these fruits are particularly known for their exquisite taste and aroma.
Baracoa has a wealth of attractions to astonish and amaze you, including architectural marvels. Don't forget to visit Habana-Vieja, where you can see over 900 buildings which are live examples of the historical architectural skill of Cuba. This sea-surrounded city was once the capital of Cuba (1518-1521). Baracoa has carefully preserved and nourished its old customs, which can be seen and experienced in every part of the city.
Baracoa went through the siege of pirates in 18th century. In order to protect the nation and hide its weapons of defence the governors constructed fortresses. Even now these artilleries are well preserved and have become a place of historical interest. These fortresses are Santa Bárbara or Seboruco, Matachín, and La Punta. They not just a perfect example of natural science, but also consist of huge collections of the historical objects that give you a real sense of history and a glimpse into times long gone.
The coastal city of Baracoa offers many fascinating places to visit such as Archeology Museum Cueva del Paraíso, a tour of Duaba Property, El Yunque Path and many other places. Duaba River is a great place to end your journey due to its majestic panoramic views; the many species of birds and animals will truly fill you with awe.
Baracoa is an ideal spot for a refreshing and interesting vacation