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Tons of ocean activities from diving, fishing, snorkeling, kayaking, and much more. Varadero is one the best places in Cuba to visit at the end of your trip to Cuba as you make your way back to Havana.What cultures are in Cuba?
Cuban culture is a complex mixture of factors and influences coming from various places of the planet. Cuba, the meeting point of different cultures namely European, African, Amerindian and North American has however suffered a lot with the revolution of 1959.What are the holidays in Cuba?
Major holidays in Cuba mark significant events in the revolution: January 1 and July 26. May Day, a communist holiday worldwide, is an official holiday, as is October10 which marks the historic revolt against Spain that began in 1868. Catholics honor Three Kings Day on January 6, the feast of the Epiphany (Elliott, 1998-2012).What is Cuba all about?
Facts about Cuba. Cuba is the largest island in Caribbean. Cuba is neighbored by the United States and Bahamas to the north, Mexico to the west, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica to the south, and Haiti and the Dominican Republic on the island of Hispaniola to the southeast. The Republic of Cuba consists of Cuba, the Isla de la Juventud and many other archipelagos.