Cuba’s warm, tropical climate makes it perfect for a getaway summer plan. With white, sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, summer is when the skies are clear and the beach is open to everyone.
If you’re tired of your monotonous routine during your two months vacation, it’s time for a change. It’s time to pack your bags and book your flight to Cuba, the island-nation that is known as heaven on earth!
Wave Goodbye to Boredom at the Beach
Cuba’s beaches are not like your average beach. When you think of the perfect beach, Cuba’s the place that pops in mind. There’s a special reason why they’re known to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Playa Los Flemencos has a stretch of white, powdery sands and crystal clear, blue water. It effortlessly attracts tourists to its shores. Perfect for families with kids, you’ll also find many cafés and ice cream parlors that serve delicious treats, designed specifically for different taste buds of all types of tourists.
Playa Pilar is another beach with a snow white coastline that resembles sugar powder. The waters are turquoise colored, brimming with marine life and sea shells.
It’s named after Ernest Hemmingway’s yacht, Pilar and the beach was one of Hemmingway’s favorite hideouts.
Photography is More Fun with Color
Cuba is colorful. It is full of French colonial architecture but also complex–structured colorful houses. On every street, there are small houses that are painted yellow, green and red. But that’s not the only thing the world of Cuba has to offer.
Every Cuban owns a vintage American car from the 1950s. In fact, Cubans own vintage cars than any other person in the world. And if that’s not enough, the city of Havana lights up during the night, becoming a place where there’re parties everywhere.
Cuba is the perfect place for photographers because it’s full of life. The people, the places, the streets—they’re all lively. In addition, there’s street music and art in every area.
You can sing and dance with the locals, photograph them and take a sneak peek into their world. They will be more than happy to guide you and tell you about the history of their culture and country.