Located in the stunning Jardines del Rey archipelago, the Grand Muthu Cayo Guillermo is a modern all-inclusive resort. This area near Playa Pilar is known for its wide sandy beaches bathed in crystal-clear waters. There are numerous pools in a tranquil setting of beautiful tropical gardens, including an infinity pool that overlooks the ocean so that you never lose sight of its splendour. The resort's visitors may easily explore the nearby dunes, known for being the highest in the Caribbean as well as one of the world's most stunning coral reefs and the islet of Cayo Media Luna.
At the Grand Muthu Cayo Guillermo, guests of all ages can participate in a variety of activities, including theme parties, dance lessons, and more. Families with young children will undoubtedly enjoy the Kid's Club, which includes a kids' playground area with a waterpark and splash pool.
With broad sand dunes and high rocks, this is the most famous beach on the island. The most amazingly soft white sand and turquoise waters are perfect for swimming, scuba diving and snorkelling.
The largest coral reef in the Western Hemisphere and the second most significant coral reef in the world are both located between one and two nautical miles from the coast. It is a remarkable destination for water sports and underwater activities.
The dolphinarium is famous for offering visitors the opportunity to swim with dolphins. It is located on the edge of the sea and is home to a group of trained dolphins. Visitors can watch a show where the dolphins perform a variety of tricks and stunts. It’s a must-visit place for kids and adults.
Visitors may make a quick visit to this city because of its close proximity to the Cayo. The sculpture of a rooster, a bird that evokes enthusiasm and hope, serves as the city's emblem. Moreover, Morón is home to important archaeological artefacts that are shown in its museums.
Ciego de Ávila City
In its historic centre, the city has elements of colonial architecture. Important sociocultural amenities, including the Theatre Main, José Mart Park, and the Cathedral of San Eugenio de la Palma, congregate close to Independence Avenue. It preserves remnants of "The Trocha from Jcaro to Morón one of the nation's most significant historical monuments.
La Redonda Lagoon
It contains lovely natural canals that are bordered by thick foliage. The International Trout Fishing Center is located in this lagoon since it is one of the island's largest reservoirs for this species.
This region's sea beds have been included among the most amazing due to the abundance of their fauna, stunning marine architecture, and beautiful light that penetrates at uncommon depths. These diving sites have depths of 5 to 40 metres.
It’s a stunning location where nature and the sea coexist in perfect harmony to create an essentially untamed setting. Lovers of ecotourism will find it excellent.
Upcoming Festivals in Cuba
24th - 31st October 2023
International Havana Ballet Festival
Several local, national, and worldwide ballerinas are known to attend this balle...