Deserted Beaches and Awesome Wildlife in Cuba
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Deserted Beaches and Awesome Wildlife in Cuba

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Deserted Beaches and Awesome Wildlife in Cuba

Declared a Natural Reserve in 1996, the archipelago of the Jardines de la Reìna in Cuba is an amazing wilderness area and a paradise for diving and fishing.

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Surrounded by mangroves, the lagoon houses lots of awesome wildlife: herons and pelicans, crocodiles, eagle rays, tarpons, nurse sharks and lots more. And then secluded and deserted beaches, perfect for a moment of relax and a swim after a great dive.

Jardines de la Reìna is an amazing place and a dream for people who, like me, are wild about nature.

Travel addict and passionate about photography, Simon Falvo started Wild About Travel back in 2009. Leveraging her strong PR background, she developed an extensive knowledge of Digital Communications and Social Media Marketing. Besides travel writing SImon holds workshops and trainings, she collaborated with tourism boards for digital marketing campaigns and participated as a speaker at several events.

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7 Comments
  • Wends of Journeys and Travels
    Posted at 12:18h, 01 February Reply

    Cuba mesmerizes me and this post even heightens my interests on this historic island nation. Inspiring post this is 🙂

    • Simon
      Posted at 10:50h, 23 February Reply

      I’m so glad when I read that I was able to inspire someone. Cuba is a special place, and La Havana a beautiful city, with awesome architecture and a great vibe.

  • Zara @ Backpack ME
    Posted at 22:19h, 23 May Reply

    It’s “good” that most people traveling to Cuba spend all the time in big resorts with their own beach strips and stuff like that… leaves more beautiful and unspoiled beaches like this one to enjoy for the rest of us!! 😉

  • Andrew
    Posted at 12:55h, 03 August Reply

    Loved the beaches in Cuba – great wildlife and very few people

    • waitinginthedark
      Posted at 08:36h, 04 August Reply

      I only saw the ones in the Jardines de la Reìna and would like to go back and explore some more.

  • Juno
    Posted at 01:45h, 04 June Reply

    I’m imagine…. lying there with a glass of mohito…
    Almost.. can hear the ocean !:)

  • Lori
    Posted at 16:21h, 03 June Reply

    I love deserted (or at least not so crowded) beaches. For instance in Romania I go to the beach before the official season starts (mid June) 🙂

    This beach looks and sounds amazing – great photo too!

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