Irma, a category five hurricane was the most intense Atlantic hurricane ever registered in the Caribbean.


The hurricane stretched approximately 1050 km from the southeast of the Atlantic Ocean to the northeastern of the United States, with maximum winds up to 350 km/h recorded. This has caused countless damages throughout the Caribbean including Florida.

Now in the recovery phase and Cuba already has 65% of electrical services available and in Havana about 90%. It means that there is still much to do to complete this phase . The positive thing is that it does not stop working to have the Island 100% for all Cubans and visitors.

Destinations to Visit

There are regions which have not been affected by the hurricane and visitors can still enjoy the untouched nature. We will continue reporting as the regions are restructured. 



This province  is one of the best areas for cycling because there is not much traffic on the road despite other bycicles.

The most fascinating areas are  Soroa  and Las Terrazas.

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Pinar del Rio

One of most beautiful provinces in the country. This region is one of the most spectacular and offers it all, from beautiful cays, Mogotes in Vinales, the peninsula of Guaniguanico, until spectacular beaches like Maria la Gorda.

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Isla de la Juventud

Further known as treasure island. This island is a true natural treasure of the Cuban fauna. The diving places belong to the best in the Caribbean. Completely intact corals, a great biodiversity of fish and spectacular descents. It is the ideal location for those who enjoy the underwater world.

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