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  • Cocoa Museum Baracoa Cuba
    Cocoa Museum Baracoa Cuba
    The Cocoa House or Casa de Cacao Baracoa stands majestically in the historic center of the city of Baracoa. The museum exhibits elements of history relating to the cultivation of Cocoa in the region and, as an added bonus, the history of the Mayan culture since it was they who initially started to cultivate cocoa around the year 600. The Cocoa Museum of Baracoa showcases a host of interesting tools and artifacts covering the whole process of not only the production [...]
  • Rancho Toa River Boat Ride
    Rancho Toa River Boat Ride
    Another interesting thing to do while in Baracoa is our boat ride tour through a section of the Toa River, the largest river in Cuba. The tour offers Nature and adventure, a unique experience along the Toa River, bordering our farmer's real life plantations putting you in direct contact with the protected nature reserve of the Sagua-Baracoa massif. Nearby birds abound and are easy to observe, including rare species of great scientific and ecological value such as; the Almiqui, the Polimita (yellow, red [...]
  • The economy of Bayamo Cuba
    The economy of Bayamo Cuba
    The economy of Bayamo is based on two fundamental areas; industry and agriculture. The city's main products are sugar, construction materials, processed meats and over 100 varied dairy products. The Ice cream from Bayamo is known nationally as the best in Cuba, both for its quality and variety of flavors. This has earned Bayamo the nickname of the ice cream capital of Cuba. It is also famous for its varied cheeses and dulce de leche (milk toffee fudge). Amongst is [...]
  • Revolution Square | Plaza de la Revolucion Bayamo
    Revolution Square | Plaza de la Revolucion Bayamo
    Located at the intersection of the streets Canducha Figueredo, General Garcia, Antonio Maceo and Jose Joaquin Palma you'll find La Plaza de la Revolucion Bayamo or Revolution Square, a place frequented by locals who sit to chat or play dominos on its expansive stone floors, it has become the center of daily life in Bayamo. The square is also extremely close to the Parish Church of San Salvador de Bayamo and Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows. The square was previously [...]
  • Birthplace of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes Bayamo
    Birthplace of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes Bayamo
    Finding the CARLOS MANUEL DE CESPEDES home and birthplace in Bayamo is rather easy as most visitors are either walking to or from this historic building, it is located at number 57 on Antonio Maceo Street in the heart of the city, a street previously called Burruchaga or Mercaderes alley. The house looks out onto the picturesque Isabel II. One of the few two-story colonial houses in the City it has been kept in the exact original state. Cuba's national [...]

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