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Cuba Destinations: Holguin

Holguín is Cuba’s fourth-largest province and has a long history as an agriculturally-based economy with cattle farming, sugar cane, coffee and citrus plantations. This is now complemented by tourism.

The natural splendor of Holguín is conserved in twelve reserves and beautiful beaches.

Bahia de Naranjo is a national park with 32 km of coast with mangroves, coastal brush and various tree species.

The national park Alejandro de Humboldt, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is split between two provinces: Holguín and Guantánamo. The park contains the most diverse flora in the Caribbean.

Located 33 km from Holguín, Gibara is a quiet, picturesque 19th century fishing village with interesting colonial-era architecture and the blockbuster annual film event: Festival del Cine Pobre .

The Bariay National Monument Park, where Columbus first sighted Cuban soil in 1492, is of historical significance.

On Cayo Saetía , close to the Bay of Nipe , there are exclusive beaches and exotic wildlife such as antelope, zebra, deer, and water buffaloes roaming free.

The Pinares de Mayarí area is perfect for hiking, bird watching and horseback riding. Also of interest is the impressive Gran Salto del Guayabo waterfall.
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