Manzanillo De Cuba, Cuba Vacations
Hotels in Manzanillo De Cuba
Our Opinion of Manzanillo De Cuba
Named after the boat that Fidel Castro used in his revolution, Granma Province is in a great valley crossed by the Cauto River and framed by the magnificent Sierra Maestra Mountains on the edge of the island's rugged Caribbean shore. These mountains provided shelter for Castro's revolutionaries.
This region has a large system of caverns, the most interesting ones being the Hoyo de Marlotte, 77 meters deep and 52 meters wide, and the Cave of Fustete.
Things to know about Manzanillo De Cuba, Cuba Vacations
Hotels offer all the usual water sports activities and 17 diving or snorkelling sites surround the area. The best ones are located near Cape Cruz.
Nature walks along the pathways that lead to the lush Sierra Maestra.
Dining & Nightlife
Languages: Spanish, English widely spoken in tourist areas.
Currency: CUC (Cuban Convertible Peso); CAD dollars easily exchanged but subject to 8% conversion fee (10% for US dollars and 11.24% for credit card charges). US-issued credit cards and travellers cheques are not accepted in Cuba.
Climate: Temperatures oscillates around 24° C to 26° C on the coastline and is a little bit warmer inland in the plains.
Electricity: 110V or 220V (converters required) depending on hotel.
Cuba tourist cards are supplied & validated with vacation packages. Some restrictions apply to tourists 18 years & under, when travelling without parents.Note: Some hotels require credit card imprint upon check-in for any incidental charges. Hotel check-in is typically between 3pm and 4pm. If your flight arrives early, it is a good idea to pack essential items in your carry-on luggage (i.e. bathing suit, suntan lotion, medications, etc.), so you do not miss any valuable vacation time.
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