Located on the south coast of Cuba facing the Caribbean Sea, this friendly and unique destination has become popular among Canadians inviting lovers of history, architecture, and nature. Surrounded by sugar cane, tobacco fields and botanical gardens, the “Pearl of the South” region caters to different types of interest.
Divers and snorkellers will be amazed by the underwater sea life, as the water temperatures are ideal throughout the year. The most colonial city in the area is Trinidad with its architecture buildings and cobblestone streets. The warmth of its people, its history and culture, and not to mention, the best beaches of the southern coast of Cuba, intrigues visitors year after year.