Winter will soon be here, so it’s time for families, friends and couples to start planning their holidays. One of the most cost-effective and rewarding options is ecotourism. When you travel, you can also be respectful of the environment and cause little or no pollution. This involves choosing the right accommodation and method of transport, and above all showing respect for the people and area at your destination. If you’re thinking about visiting Cuba, let us suggest a place that will surprise you with an unspoilt landscape, clean air, crystal-clear waters and fine white sand. Well-known for its turtle observation, egg-laying and newborn release programme, few Caribbean locations can compete with the beauty of the seabeds at Cayo Largo del Sur, since its warm waters are home to a wide variety of underwater flora and fauna. One of its most stunning sites, Playa Paraíso, was listed in Travellers’ Choice as the eleventh best beach worldwide.
Cuba is awesome! Defying all logic, the world’s 105th-largest country is also one of its most instantly recognizable. Cuba is a mix of dynamism and intrinsic beauty. A land where contradictions are to love and happiness is always in the air despite difficulties. Let’s check 8 of its most remarkable holiday destinations. Walk with me […]
If you want to relax in a dream destination, surrounded by white sand, turquoise seas and bright sunshine, then Cuba is the place for you. Here you can enjoy all kinds of water sports, stroll along the beaches or spend an afternoon shopping and having fun. The Cuban archipelago has all the facilities required for nautical tourism: eight international marinas, 40 international diving centres, nine sailing clubs and numerous beach areas…