Cuba, known as The Greater of the Antilles, benefits from a booming tourism sector, committed to diversifying recreational options to meet the demand of domestic and foreign vacationers.
To the traditional offers of sun and beach, with spas of excellence like Varadero and Santa Lucia, there is nature tourism, nautical activities, culture and history, together with the proposals of extreme sports and adventure.
In addition, leisure goes beyond the big island and there are several options offered by areas such as Jardines del Rey, north of the territory of Ciego de Avila, the cay area of the central region (with Santa Marina at the head), Cayo Largo del Sur and Levisa, in the west.
The first of these areas groups cays like Coco, Guillermo and Paredón Grande, where its beauty took to the sailor Diego Velázquez to name that place in homage to the Spanish monarch Fernando El Católico.
About two dozen facilities make up the accommodation infrastructure in the aforementioned destination, which together contribute with about 9,000 rooms in a developing expansion program.
Together with this is the new climbing park Rocarena or Torre de Cristal, ideal for lovers of adventure tourism.
First of its kind in Latin America, it has 13 meters of height in three levels and 18 masts of 32 meters, with capacity for 120 people, who can enjoy in unison of the varied attractions that the installation offers.
The installation, with a unique design, is managed by the Cuban group Palmares and has 90 attractions of different degrees of difficulty to climb horizontally and is an attraction for any type of client, including children.
In fact, the first level, of only one meter of height and with 12 attractions, can be climbed by children between four and eight years of age; and in the third, a platform serves as a lookout.
In addition to enjoying the ascent, those who dare to cross the threshold of the Tower, enjoy additional attractions such as flying fox, giant swing, free fall and the recodium (climbing with a self-locking system and automatic brakes).
Guillermo is one of the smallest in the area, with just 18 square kilometers in size, although abundant in a flora that also includes species such as mahogany, seedlings and sabinas.
Among its attributes is Pilar beach, classified by experts among the best in the world, with dunes up to 15 meters high, one of the most significant in the Caribbean area.
There are also more than 30 sites suitable for scuba diving or other water sports, as well as Kite Surfing especially in Cayo Guillermo.
The proximity of a coral barrier of 400 kilometers, considered by the experts as the second in importance worldwide - after the Australian - adds a touch of distinction to the offer.