We went fishing to Cabo de San Antonio (Cape San Antonio), at the westernmost tip of Cuba. On the north coast, near Cayo Coco, we went scuba diving and also explored the largest coral reef in the country. We drove from Santiago de Cuba through a road partly destroyed by Hurricane Cindy, alongside the south coast of Cuba bounded by The Caribbean Sea. We traveled the whole mountain range between Guantanamo and Baracoa. We were amazed at the courage of the revolutionary heroes who attacked the Moncada Barracks and we were astonished by the unique architecture of the Palacio del Valle in Cienfuegos, located in the southern region of the island. We arrived at one of the easternmost tips in Cuba, the city of Moa (province of Holguin), where we appreciated one of the local attractions: a nickel processing plant, built by Soviet specialists.
So far, we have traveled thousands of miles and we have been to almost every corner of the Island of Liberty. Hopefully, we shall together discover the hidden beauties that haven't yet captured the tourists' attention.
We have gathered sufficient information and practical experience to help you arrange a fascinating and absorbing travel to Cuba.
The Ancon Company is an attentive assistant, a reliable guide and a trustworthy expert. It's definitely the best option if you want to learn every last detail about the pearl of the Caribbean region, a different Cuba that goes far beyond its miles of sunny beaches.
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