Located in the south-eastern part of the main island of Cuba, the province of Holguin is the third largest city in Cuba, after Havana and Santiago de Cuba and is home to over 1.5 million people. Boasting glorious white sandy beaches and shimmering blue Caribbean waters, we are not surprised that Christopher Columbus discovered this stunning isle back in 1492. The area of Holguin offers visitors an abundance of beaches to sun bathe upon, exotic coral reefs to dive and explore, glorious lush vegetation, expressive waterfalls, historic and cultural scenic sites and magnificent rivers to experience. All in one popular destination hot-spot!
Spend a night in the dolphinarium at Bahia de Naranjo Nature Park, snorkel off Playa Esmeralda beach, see the famous landmark Hill of the Cross, visit with Holguin's wildlife at the BioParque Rocazul or take a historic hike through Campina Taina. There is something for every traveler to experience when in the popular city of Holguin, Cuba. Cohiba cigar anyone?