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On the above picture you can see a fisherman on one of the beaches of Holguin. Holguin province is mainly famous and well known for its beaches with white fine sand. The fisherman is explaining to tourist how he goes fishing in the sea to get some food for his family. The people living on the coastal regions of Cuba lives a lot from fishing. Sometimes if they have too much fish they will sell some to get some pocket money. The region of Guardalavaca and Esmeralda beaches is well known for water sports to tourists, as deep sea fishing, scuba diving. Holguin is the second most populated area in Cuba after Ciudad de la Habana. Cuba is a magnificent place to visit; Cuban people are very welcoming and friendly. All year around Cuba can be visited; you just need to be careful during the dry season because there are hurricanes that hit Cuba. While visiting Cuba you will learn about the history, the culture of the Cuban, the architecture, the famous cigars of Cuba and learn to know the people.

 
 

 

Cuba Fisherman on the Beach

 

 
 
 
Cuba Holguin

 

Cuba Holguin

 

 
Scuba Diving in Holguin

 

Scuba Diving

 

 
Holguin Guardelavaca Beach
 

 

 Guardelavaca Beach
 

 

 
Holguin Banana Plantation
 

 

 Banana Plantation

 

 
Attractions in Holguin
 

 

Attractions in Holguin
 

 

 
Holguin Esmeralda Beach
 

 

Esmeralda Beach
 

 

 
Holguin Fisherman on the Beach
 

 

Fisherman on the Beach

 

 
Pigs in Holguin
 

 

Pigs in Holguin

 

 
Mangrove in Holguin
 

 

Mangrove in Holguin

 

 
Holguin Travel
 

 

Holguin Travel

 

 
Holguin Desert Beach
 

 

Desert Beach
 

 

 
Holguin Typical Casa on Beach
 

 

Typical Casa on Beach

 

 
Holguin City
 

Holguin City
 

 

 
Beach in Holguin
 

Beach in Holguin

 

 
Holguin Workers
 

Holguin Workers

 

   

 


 

 

 

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