The Cuban archipelago, a very popular tourist destination in the Caribbean, offers a wide range of attractions, including beaches, which are visited by thousands of vacationers every summer.
Precisely, during the summer season, tourists decide to spend their vacations in Cuba and enjoy the warm temperatures on dozens of kilometers of excellent beaches.
In addition, three dozen diving centers operate throughout the country, where divers can take initiation courses and dive in coral reefs and caverns following international standards for that nautical activity.
Tourism in Cuba is based on recreational options that include the country's nature, history, culture and traditions.
Therefore, Cuba's tourism industry, in which Havana and Varadero beach are the most visited destinations, has also been developed in the eastern part of the country.
In Camagüey, the best beach is Santa Lucía, which offers a 20-kilometer sand strip and warm crystal-clear waters protected by a huge coral reef.
Holguín offers its diversity and natural beauty, including nearly 60 kilometers of beaches, both big and small, over the Atlantic Ocean, many of which can compete with the world's best beaches.
In addition, Cuba is home to 16,500 species, some of which show an endemism of more than 90 percent. In addition, the autochthonous flora consists of more than 6,300 varieties.
Natural and biosphere reserves, natural landscapes and protected areas make up a wide range of offers that are well preserved and are unique in the region
One of the most exclusive sites is Cayo Saetía, in eastern Cuba, at the entrance of the Bay of Nipe. It is considered the largest game preserve in the country and is inhabited by a wide range of animal and plant species.
Moreover, Cuba's tourism sector has the infrastructure necessary for travelers to spend their vacations and, at the same time, improve their health.
Thousands of Cuban health professionals, hi-tech equipment and dozens of specialized centers are available for tourists, who can also benefit from programs on traditional and natural medicine, including medicinal waters and mud, which are excellent to treat several diseases.
Traditional tourist options are complemented by a hotel infrastructure that provides accommodation, gastronomic offers and extrahotel activities.