Guantánamo Off The Beaten Path

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    by Luchonda Written Sep 8, 2003

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    Between Santiago de Cuba and Baracoa.
    Along the Caribean sea - in the south of Cuba.
    It is a nice place - first contact with this blue/green water - but i think never a touristic beach due to the fauna and flora.But i think a place to visit due to the rich history and conflicts between the US and the east - all over the years.

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    The Oriente is unique tropical...

    by RickL Updated Oct 5, 2002

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    The Oriente is unique tropical landscape. Beautiful isn't it? The waters are warm and inviting and colourful life under water is still bountiful and accessible. A lot of old stories scare people about the possibility of contracting Dengue fever in the eastern provinces but this is exaggerated. The latest rare cases were actually in the Havana area. I think it's more propaganda of the anti-Castro interest groups wishing to discourage Cuba travel. The odds of contracting Dengue in Cuba is far less than in other countries.

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