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Eastern Cuba is a region of Cuba.


Map of Eastern Cuba
  Las Tunas
  Santiago de Cuba


Other destinations[edit]

  • 1 Parque Nacional Cayo Saetia. Cayo Saetia is an island that was formed artificially when the Entrecascos peninsula was cut for a channel that's about 100m wide and unites the bays of Levisa and Cabonico. Cayo Saetia conserves its wild environment in an almost virgin state (including beaches and a peaceful lagoon) that offers the unique opportunity to carry out safaris among the forest under a conception of Natural Park.
  • 2 Guantánamo Bay Guantanamo Bay Naval Base on Wikipedia — access is available only to the northern part; there is no general access to the US Naval Base in the southern part


Get in[edit]

There are international (Canada, UK) and domestic flights to Holguín's Aeropuerto Internacional Frank País (HOG IATA). There are flights from Havana to Santiago de Cuba's Antonio Maceo Airport (SCU IATA).

Sunrise Airways flies from Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haitien to SCU, and from Port-au-Prince to HOG (July 2021).

Trains from Havana stop at Guantánamo city, Holguín, Honduras, Manuel Tames, Martires de la Frontera, San Anselmo and Yayal.

Get around[edit]


Eastern Cuba has several natural UNESCO World Heritage sites:




Stay safe[edit]

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