The Cuban archipelago, which boasts hundreds of kilometers of excellent beaches – many of which have barely been touched by Man's hand-, also benefits from a huge natural treasure, traditions and culture.
In addition to sun and beach tourist programs, the Caribbean Island's exuberant flora and rich fauna turn the country into a one-of-a-kind options for thousands of foreign vacationers who are attracted to Cuba's unique natural environment.
Precisely, one of those excellent facilities to spend your vacations in a cozy atmosphere in direct contact with nature is the Zaza Hotel, on the banks of the river of the same name.
Located in central Sancti Spiritus province – between the capital city and Jatibonico, the hotel offers 67 air-conditioned rooms, several restaurants and all modern amenities demanded by today's tourism industry.
The hotel, which is 360 kilometers east of Havana, is an excellent place for nature tourism, cycling tourism or just to stay overnight in transit to other Cuban destinations.
The hotel is a complement to the Zaza dam, Cuba's largest reservoir and an excellent place for trout fishing and hunting.
The dam offers areas exclusively devoted to sports fishing, although that activity can also be performed in other reservoirs, like Lebrije and La Felicidad, and in the Agabama River, especially from November to April.
Professional anglers usually look for large trout, shad, red snapper and horse mackerel.
Generally, fishing enthusiasts repeat their stay at the hotel, which offers comfort, privacy and personalized treatment, in addition to excellent services by a highly-trained staff.
The hotel also benefits from its proximity to Trinidad, also known as Cuba's Museum City, which is one of the country's colonial cities, and has one of the most complete and well-preserved architectural environments in the American continent.
Big, comfortable colonial-style houses, palaces where luxury and waste went hand in hand to integrate into Cuban colonial art, turn Trinidad into an undisputable urban and architectural crown jewel.
The former Villa de la Santísima Trinidad was founded in 1514 and was one of the first seven villages the Spanish conquistadors founded in the Cuban archipelago
With this program, the Zaza Hotel honors its motto, "Your Leisure in Nature", and is ready to welcome those who choose the establishment as an excellent alternative to spend wonderful vacations.