The Cuban archipelago, full of attractions for tourists, offers a wide range of options for vacationers, both Cubans and foreigners.
Cuba's natural assets can be found in more than 4,000 keys and islets, where vacationers can enjoy a wide range of options, including bird watching.
Therefore, traditional tourist options are combined with excursions to natural, ecological and biosphere reserves, protected areas and national parks.
Moreover, since its discovery, Cuba has kept and protected memories that are over 500 years old, including archeological sites that contain evidence of the aboriginal people who lived on the island when the Spanish conquistadors arrived.
Winter in Cuba marks the beginning of the peak tourist season with a wide range of options, including the country's nature, history and culture.
Generally, the pleasant decrease in temperatures in Cuba results in an increase in tourist arrivals from all over the world, especially those who want to escape from severe winter conditions in their countries.
Exuberant nature, centuries-old traditions and history can be found in Cuba, which has an area of more than 110,000 square kilometers and nearly 5,800 kilometers of coasts, including 600 kilometers of excellent beaches.
In western Matanzas province, the world-famous Varadero beach, which runs along 22 kilometers on the Hicacos peninsula, is one of the most visited destinations by foreign vacationers.
The fast growth of tourism in Cuba over the past few years has led to the development of hotels, villas and inns all over the country to meet the growing demand from vacationers.
Cuba's fauna consists of 16,500 species, including some zoological groups whose endemism exceeds 90 percent. The native flora is made up of more than 6,300 species of different colors and shapes.
Natural and biosphere reserves, natural landscapes, national parks and protected areas make up a broad network of one-of-a-kind well-preserved options.
In addition, diving can be practiced in more than 70,000 kilometers of Cuban insular platform, which has some 5,000 kilometers of coast bathed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
The beauty of Cuba's coasts and exuberant nature is complemented by its culture and traditions, which are essential components of the country's tourist product.
Fusions of races and customs in a centuries-old process gave way to Cuban culture, which is made up of African, aboriginal, Chinese, French and, of course, Spanish elements, creating a unique and rich combination at the same time.