Gurdalavaca Beach, Banes, Holguín Province ,
Club Amigo Atlantico Guardalavaca
The Club Amigo Atlántico-Guardalavaca Hotel, located in Guardalavaca Beach, in eastern Holguín province, provides guests with a wide range of recreational options. The All-Inclusive establishment is 62 kilometers from Holguín's international airport and is surrounded by a cozy and pleasant atmosphere.
The hotel is an excellent place to spend your vacations with your family, hold weddings, enjoy a romantic honeymoon, host events, and go scuba diving and snorkeling in the legendary waters of the Caribbean Sea.
One of the three small keys located in Bahía de Naranjo, where visitors can enjoy the dolphinarium and tour the zoo-aquarium. Swim with dolphins and show with dolphins and sea lions. Dinner with lobster and rice with seafood, amid other plates. After dinner, Folkloric Show. Open Bar
Acknowledged as Cuba’s archaeological city. Many of its archaeological treasures are exhibited in its Museo Indocubano. To visit its museums is to go back to the past and its old residents. Guardalavaca is part of the county of Banes.
Bahía de Naranjo Natural Park
It stretches along 32 km of coast and covers an area of 1,000 hectares. In the coastal area there are spots with mangrove trees, marshy tropical forests and endemic trees, offering the option of following ecotourism paths and enjoying other outdoor activities. It has three small keys and an aquarium with dolphin and sea lion shows. You might also taste the sea food and the native cuisine.
Calle General Maceo No.305, Banes, Holguín
Baní Indo-Cuban Museum
The most complete collection relating to Indo-Cuban culture is held in this museum in the town of Banes, known as the archaeological capital of Cuba. It exibits indigenous artifacts such as pottery, jewelry, and tools. Among the thousands of pieces held, two are of particular interest: a solid gold icon, the first to be found in the area, and an indigenous skull with a hole in it similar to one that might be caused by the impact of a bullet. There are also murals depicting indigenous life.