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Sheer Bliss at an Unspoilt Little Island Off Cuba's Northern Coast
From £849 per person
Valid for travel between October 19, 2015 till December 31, 2016
Let Cayo Coco wow you with its uninhabited island allure and unspoilt beach perfection. Explore the thriving and wild local nature or lay back under the radiant sunshine and soak up the serene beachside beauty with a cocktail in hand. At the all-inclusive Tryp Cayo Coco you won’t be wanting for anything as everything will be provided for; from the varied selection of restaurants to the fun entertainment and array of facilities. Make the most of the resort’s dreamy location amidst a natural lagoon and at 3-kilometre beach and spread out on some of Cuba’s finest powdery soft white sands.
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According to official reports, Trinidad is betting strong on its tourism appeal, so much so that this year so far it has managed to attract record-breaking crowds of tourists from various corners of the world. Officially it has welcomed thousands more tourists in the first half of 2016 than during the same period last year.
Cuba is an island rich in history, with culture that predates Columbus and a revolutionary spirit that is evident in countless Che Guevara murals and posters. The island is also home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites. Visitors who want to explore the island’s long history will have no shortage of destinations from which to choose.
Celebrating one year as part of Cuba’s cultural heritage, Santiago de Cuba’s carnival started off with a bang this Thursday. Following the explosive “Fiesta del Fuego” (also known as the Fire Festival), this colourful parade gathers “santiagueros”, Cubans from all over the island and foreigners and unites them in one big party where everyone lets go and follows the conga beats.