Vacationers who enjoy nature, like water sports and other forms of healthy recreation, appreciate good music and delight in sampling a variety of foods, dream of an option like Cayo Coco, a quiet corner of the Cuban geography where a beautiful landscape is permanently on display given the contrast of the sea’s intense blue and the green of its ecosystem.
Cayo Coco is one of the islets of the Jardines del Rey keys, in north eastern Cuba. Along with Cayo Guillermo, it has become a major tourist destination with a program of ongoing expansion and development so that the combined accommodation in both keys will be 20,000 rooms for visitors in search of warm, sandy beaches.
You can arrive at the four and five star beachfront facilities from the nearby international airport, Cayo Guillermo Port or via the causeway from the mainland to the keys.
Cayo Coco’s 370 sq. kilometres has 22 kilometres of prime beaches protecting the world’s second most important barrier reef. Its 400 kilometres of crystal clear warm waters make it a must for diving fans. Other popular water sport options include fishing, snorkelling and yacht trips.
For those who prefer the quiet pleasures of nature, there is nothing like a walk in nearby El Baga Natural Park where foot and horse trails are available for exploration. You can also jump into a canoe and see this region’s variety of birds as well as the famous flamingo colonies.
At the end of your day filled with natural wonders, you might enjoy the nightlife at the many hotel facilities in the keys or in the nearby mainland city of Moron, where you will be challenged to fully experience the bars, discos, and cabarets.
Everything in Cayo Coco is prepared for visitors dreaming of having a truly great time and who will leave eager to return to repeat this pleasurable experience.