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About  Tryp Cayo Coco

This All Inclusive holiday resort is located between a natural lagoon and an extensive stretch of beach, offering great facilities for families, where the little ones can live a fun-filled holiday experience.

Natural lake with native flamingos
Excellent dining spaces with restaurants and bars connected by bridges
Privileged location between a coastal lake and an extensive beach
All Inclusive accommodation with great facilities for families
Club Cubamigos, where our youngest guests can enjoy a fun-packed holiday experience
Beach perfect for diving, fishing and other water sports

Surrounded by a large natural lake, inhabited by native flamingos, and bridges connecting the a la carte restaurants and bars, the Tryp Cayo Coco is large andspacious, distinguished for its double lobby, one with views of the pool and lobby bar and the beautiful beach, and another lobby, on the ground floor with areas with artisan crafts and sweet and candy floss trolleys, stage, event spaces and gardens.

 

Cayo Coco, Ciego de Ávila

El Bagá Natural Park

On the northwestern tip of Cayo Coco, El Bagá is a natural theme park where the visitor has a path that leads to the most native flora and fauna in the region, as well as aspects of traditional culture and various facets of the history and culture of Cuba, from the native inhabitants to the present day. Visitors will be able to watch populations of Bagá trees in their natural environment, covered by orchids and "curujey" and enjoy watching a large number of endemic species, including iguanas, hutias, tortoises, crocodiles, fish and turtles. They can also visit the Yanas forest, navigate along a canal covered by red mangrove on aboriginal-style canoes, tour an aboriginal village and enjoy rites and customs, as well as the evolution of habits and customs in the countryside, walk along a Spanish-colonial promenade from the 18th and 19th centuries, attend an Afro-Cuban ritual, as well as dances and festivals from the towns along Ciego de Avila's coastal region, and enjoy the interesting history of piracy on the Bucanero Galleon.

Ave de los Hoteles (final) Cayo Coco, Ciego de Ávila

Thalassotherapy Centre

This lagoon is located between Moron City and Jardines del Rey Tourist polo and is the largest natural reservoir in Cuba, with a surface area of 66 km2. It provides a haven for flamingos and a variety of other bird species as Tocororo, carpintero churroso, Mayito de Ciénaga, cernícalo, aura tiñosa, zunzún, martín pescador, falcón, gavilán del monte, and some migratory as huyuyo duck.

Cayo Coco, Ciego de Ávila

Flamenco beach

Considered one of the finest beaches on Cayo Coco due to the cleanliness of its waters and the beautiful stretch of sand, approximately 3 km long. Your only encounter may be with the graceful pink birds this beach is named after.

Jardines del Rey, Ciego de Ávila

Jardines del Rey coral reef

This is the second largest in the world, exceeded only by the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Enjoy snorkeling in the coral reef and look the different sea species living at the reef. Its 24 dive sites are ideal for scuba diving and underwater photography.

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