Alexander Von Humboldt National Park
Straddling the provinces of Guantánamo and Holguín, this is the best preserved mountainous ecosystem in the Caribbean. The park is a treasure trove of indigenous Antillean and Cuban flora and fauna.
The Toa’s Challenges
Cuba’s widest river springs up on Guantánamo’s mountains and jungle and ends near Baracoa. The river can be navigated in cayucos (punts) or rafts.
The Parra Cross
Found near Baracoa, this ancient cross is reputed to be the only material evidence of Columbus’ presence here in 1492.
Protected by a coral reef, this white-sand beach is a few miles from Baracoa.
Some 2,000 cacti grow in this huge garden in the semi-arid southern region along the Guantánamo-Baracoa highway.
Highway winds deep into the mountains near Cajobabo, the beach where National Hero José Martí disembarked in 1895. The road has 11 bridges suspended over the abyss.
Yateras Stone Zoo
Images of humans and wild animals are carved in the rocks here by a local artist.
Malone Lookout Point
This lookout offers an expansive view of the Guantanamo Naval Base at the mouth of Guantánamo Bay.