Cuba Fun

Vinales – Enjoy Ultimate Holidays in Lush Green

Vinales – Enjoy Ultimate Holidays in Lush GreenBeing a spectacular and lush green valley in Pinar del Río province of Cuba, has been declared as a World Heritage Site and was a favorite place of the former President and Prime Minister, Fidel Castro. Blessed with beautiful mountains, farmers grow good quality tobacco in Vinales.The giant weird rock formations and dome-like lumps look like something out of the world and it is great fun and thrill watching them.Getting to Vinales in those green minibuses from Havana or Pinar del Río is a great experience for tourists.

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Varadero

VaraderoSituated in the province of Matanzas, Cuba, Varadero is a resort town and one of the largest resort areas of the Caribbean. It is a famous tourist spot in Cuba, mainly because of its white, sandy, more than 20 kilometers long coastline. There are many such natural attractions like cays and caves which are actually beautiful and one of the reasons why tourists get attracted towards Varadero. Other chief reasons for growing tourism in Varadero are the cultural and historical attractions of the vicinity.

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Trinidad – Catching a Glimpse of the National Bird

Trinidad – Catching a Glimpse of the National BirdTrinidad being situated in the center of Cuba, is considered as a museum in itself. It is marked as one of the country’s greatest attractions because of its Spanish colony architecture. Its remarkable pastel colored houses, beautiful palaces and plazas and cobblestone streets make it a beautiful city for tourism.

Bird watching is one of the chief tourist activities in Trinidad, Cuba. Wild Fowl

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Unknown Facts

• The official flower of Cuba is the Butterfly Jasmine, while the national bird is the Tocororo or the Cuban Trogon. The official tree of the Republic of Cuba is the Royal Palm.

• Cubans, as the people of Cuba are called, refer to the island as 'El Cocodrilo' or 'El Caiman' as it resembles the shape of a crocodile or alligator.

• Baseball and dominos are national obsessions in Cuba.

• When Christopher Columbus first happened upon Cuba in 1492 he thought he had landed in China.

• The current capital of Cuba is Havana, while earlier the capital used to be Santiago de Cuba. UNESCO has declared Havana City, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad World Heritage Sites.

• Cuba consists of more than 400 islands and cays, and is home to the Manjuarí, a fish that is not found anywhere else on the planet.

• The total land area of Cuba is 110,860 kilometers square making it the 17th largest island in the world.

• Cuba boasts some of the best dive sites in the world.

• The official flower of Cuba is the Butterfly Jasmine, while the national bird is the Tocororo or the Cuban Trogon. The official tree of the Republic of Cuba is the Royal Palm.

• Cubans, as the people of Cuba are called, refer to the island as 'El Cocodrilo' or 'El Caiman' as it resembles the shape of a crocodile or alligator.

• Baseball and dominos are national obsessions in Cuba.

• When Christopher Columbus first happened upon Cuba in 1492 he thought he had landed in China.

• The current capital of Cuba is Havana, while earlier the capital used to be Santiago de Cuba. UNESCO has declared Havana City, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad World Heritage Sites.

• Cuba consists of more than 400 islands and cays, and is home to the Manjuarí, a fish that is not found anywhere else on the planet.

• The total land area of Cuba is 110,860 kilometers square making it the 17th largest island in the world.

• Cuba boasts some of the best dive sites in the world.

• The official flower of Cuba is the Butterfly Jasmine, while the national bird is the Tocororo or the Cuban Trogon. The official tree of the Republic of Cuba is the Royal Palm.

• Cubans, as the people of Cuba are called, refer to the island as 'El Cocodrilo' or 'El Caiman' as it resembles the shape of a crocodile or alligator.

• Baseball and dominos are national obsessions in Cuba.

• When Christopher Columbus first happened upon Cuba in 1492 he thought he had landed in China.

• The current capital of Cuba is Havana, while earlier the capital used to be Santiago de Cuba. UNESCO has declared Havana City, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad World Heritage Sites.

• Cuba consists of more than 400 islands and cays, and is home to the Manjuarí, a fish that is not found anywhere else on the planet.

• The total land area of Cuba is 110,860 kilometers square making it the 17th largest island in the world.

• Cuba boasts some of the best dive sites in the world.

• The official flower of Cuba is the Butterfly Jasmine, while the national bird is the Tocororo or the Cuban Trogon. The official tree of the Republic of Cuba is the Royal Palm.

• Cubans, as the people of Cuba are called, refer to the island as 'El Cocodrilo' or 'El Caiman' as it resembles the shape of a crocodile or alligator.

• Baseball and dominos are national obsessions in Cuba.

• When Christopher Columbus first happened upon Cuba in 1492 he thought he had landed in China.

• The current capital of Cuba is Havana, while earlier the capital used to be Santiago de Cuba. UNESCO has declared Havana City, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad World Heritage Sites.

• Cuba consists of more than 400 islands and cays, and is home to the Manjuarí, a fish that is not found anywhere else on the planet.

• The total land area of Cuba is 110,860 kilometers square making it the 17th largest island in the world.

• Cuba boasts some of the best dive sites in the world.

• The official flower of Cuba is the Butterfly Jasmine, while the national bird is the Tocororo or the Cuban Trogon. The official tree of the Republic of Cuba is the Royal Palm.

• Cubans, as the people of Cuba are called, refer to the island as 'El Cocodrilo' or 'El Caiman' as it resembles the shape of a crocodile or alligator.

• Baseball and dominos are national obsessions in Cuba.

• When Christopher Columbus first happened upon Cuba in 1492 he thought he had landed in China.

• The current capital of Cuba is Havana, while earlier the capital used to be Santiago de Cuba. UNESCO has declared Havana City, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad World Heritage Sites.

• Cuba consists of more than 400 islands and cays, and is home to the Manjuarí, a fish that is not found anywhere else on the planet.

• The total land area of Cuba is 110,860 kilometers square making it the 17th largest island in the world.

• Cuba boasts some of the best dive sites in the world.

• The official flower of Cuba is the Butterfly Jasmine, while the national bird is the Tocororo or the Cuban Trogon. The official tree of the Republic of Cuba is the Royal Palm.

• Cubans, as the people of Cuba are called, refer to the island as 'El Cocodrilo' or 'El Caiman' as it resembles the shape of a crocodile or alligator.

• Baseball and dominos are national obsessions in Cuba.

• When Christopher Columbus first happened upon Cuba in 1492 he thought he had landed in China.

• The current capital of Cuba is Havana, while earlier the capital used to be Santiago de Cuba. UNESCO has declared Havana City, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad World Heritage Sites.

• Cuba consists of more than 400 islands and cays, and is home to the Manjuarí, a fish that is not found anywhere else on the planet.

• The total land area of Cuba is 110,860 kilometers square making it the 17th largest island in the world.

• Cuba boasts some of the best dive sites in the world.

• The official flower of Cuba is the Butterfly Jasmine, while the national bird is the Tocororo or the Cuban Trogon. The official tree of the Republic of Cuba is the Royal Palm.

• Cubans, as the people of Cuba are called, refer to the island as 'El Cocodrilo' or 'El Caiman' as it resembles the shape of a crocodile or alligator.

• Baseball and dominos are national obsessions in Cuba.

• When Christopher Columbus first happened upon Cuba in 1492 he thought he had landed in China.

• The current capital of Cuba is Havana, while earlier the capital used to be Santiago de Cuba. UNESCO has declared Havana City, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad World Heritage Sites.

• Cuba consists of more than 400 islands and cays, and is home to the Manjuarí, a fish that is not found anywhere else on the planet.

• The total land area of Cuba is 110,860 kilometers square making it the 17th largest island in the world.

• Cuba boasts some of the best dive sites in the world.

• The official flower of Cuba is the Butterfly Jasmine, while the national bird is the Tocororo or the Cuban Trogon. The official tree of the Republic of Cuba is the Royal Palm.

• Cubans, as the people of Cuba are called, refer to the island as 'El Cocodrilo' or 'El Caiman' as it resembles the shape of a crocodile or alligator.

• Baseball and dominos are national obsessions in Cuba.

• When Christopher Columbus first happened upon Cuba in 1492 he thought he had landed in China.

• The current capital of Cuba is Havana, while earlier the capital used to be Santiago de Cuba. UNESCO has declared Havana City, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad World Heritage Sites.

• Cuba consists of more than 400 islands and cays, and is home to the Manjuarí, a fish that is not found anywhere else on the planet.

• The total land area of Cuba is 110,860 kilometers square making it the 17th largest island in the world.

• Cuba boasts some of the best dive sites in the world.