Do not miss these Cuba travel tips for Canadians which will make your visit to Cuba worthwhile.
The treasure island of Cuba is a wonderful sight to behold in the midst of the beauty of the Caribbean. The countless interesting activities in this unimposing nation will surely spark the interest of any vacationer, taking you to the splendour of Earth’s precious wonders. The vivacious beats of Cuba’s music partnered with the delectable island cuisine will surely awaken the senses of its visitors.
Cuba is definitely a beach lover’s paradise. Never miss out on feeling the warmth of the sun and enjoy frolicking in the powdery white sands and crystal clear blue-green waters of its vast shorelines.
The resort town of Varadero is an amazing getaway place during those cold Canadian winters. The numerous hotels and resorts in the area is a home away from home for those who want to have a little fun in sun.
The Barcelo Solymar Arenas Blancas Resort in Varadero is a great place to stay for couples who want to share a wonderful holiday together or for families who want to enjoy different water activities. Or couples can walk along the immense beach line of Cayo Largo del Sur. This Cuban island does not have resorts along the coastlines and has been maintained in its most natural state. It is a perfect destination for those who want to enjoy the untouched beauty of nature.
The island’s west beaches of Playa Paraiso and Playa Sirena is indeed a tropical paradise for those who may want to get that right tan and that wonderful sun-kissed look. It is to be noted, though, that the Cayo Largo Island has designated nudist areas, so it is best to check out the areas you want to visit if you are on a family vacation.
With its pristine waters, Cuba is also a great site for scuba diving and snorkelling. The Cuban water is like stepping into a marine wonderland. Vacationers will take delight in the remarkable life waiting to be explored under the sea.
A visit to the Isla de la Juventud will be a testament that life under the sea wonderful things will surround you. This diving island will offer you the best view of colourful coral reefs and even brighter marine life. Other diving locations of Maria la Gorda, Playa Giron, Trinidad and Clenfuegos also offer a spectacle of underwater magnificence. You may even get a chance to explore some shipwrecks and swim like a merfolk scouring for hidden treasures.
If you fancy doing some fishing, Cuba is also a great destination to do some deep-sea fishing and even sport fishing. Fishing trips are a great way to enjoy the tropical weather of the Caribbean and at the end of it enjoy your catch of the day.
On the other hand, if you want to escape the scorching heat of the sea, Cuba is also a great destination to go trekking and hiking mountain ranges and tropical forests. With its abundant species of plants and animal life, taking a stroll along the lush environment will be a feast to eyes as you wander and wonder the exquisiteness of Mother Nature.
This can truly be experienced in the treasure that lies in the Sierra Maestra, Cuba is also an excellent spot for those who want to do a little bird watching. Sierra Maestra is the best place to do just that with its over 300 indigenous bird species.
All these you can do while on a tropical paradise vacation in Cuba.
While you are at it, have a bite of that famous Cuban sandwich – a scrumptious
lunch item of Cuban bread with ham, roasted pork, Swiss cheese, pickles and
mustard. Now that may be our best Cuba travel tip of all.
Moreover, as you enjoy that food and the beautiful view of the glistening sunset on the beach, serve yourself with a shot of that minty Mojito as you cap your eventful day in the bejewelled paradise of Cuba.
For more Cuba travel tips for Canadians visit the Cuba Tourist Board in Canada at GoCuba.ca