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Whether you have visited the Caribbean island of Cuba before or are a virgin explorer ready to absorb as much of the area¿s beauty as possible, there¿s nothing quite like a break in Cayo Guillermo. As part of the Jardines del Ray, Cayo Guillermo is one of the sandy islets that can be found off the coast of Cuba and quenches a thirst for paradise that even the mainland wouldn¿t be able to satisfy. Causeways connect Cayo Guillermo to the mainland and a stay in the area means exclusivity and luxury. There are only four all-inclusive hotels on the island and, as such, a stay here will mean that you¿re one of the select few who have that same opportunity. Whether you¿re a loved-up couple looking for an exotic honeymoon destination, a pair of lovebirds celebrating their anniversary in style, or just holidaymakers looking for their own little piece of paradise, Cayo Guillermo is home to some incredible spots that would help to make all of your holiday dreams come true.
Cuba Mainland Excursions to the Cuban mainland are an extremely popular addition to Cayo Guillermo holidays. If you fancy a change of pace and a little bit more action, join one of the trips for a chance to see more of Cuba. Overnight stays in Havana are particularly popular, giving you the chance to explore this fascinating and vibrant city first-hand, while Moron City and Ciego de Avila are within a day trip away if you¿re hoping to really immerse yourself in local, traditional Cuban life. Playa Pilar Located on the western side of Cayo Guillermo, Playa Pilar got its name from Ernest Hemingway¿s yacht, The Pilar, and is arguably the best beach on the island. Soak up the sun and truly unwind on Pilar Beach as part of your Cayo Guillermo break. An afternoon spent on this pristine beach is what dreams are made of.
Inland Jeep Safaris Head inland and explore the island aboard a jeep safari. Capture some of the breathtakingbeauty that the island holds 'it's not just its beach that stands out as a natural beauty spot! Explore the Caves and Tunnels It's not just the dry land of Cayo Guillermo that exudes beauty and tranquillity - some scuba gear and you can explore what lies beneath as well. Caves, corals and tunnels all occupy the waters surrounding the island, and offer an abundance of sea life to discover and delight in. Don't worry - you won't miss out if you'd prefer to avoid grappling with an oxygen tank, as snorkelling in the turquoise waters will also bring you one step closer to the phenomenal marine life. El Baga Natural Park Located at the tip of neighbouring Cayo Coco, El Baga Natural Park offers a wonderful experience away from the beaches if you're feeling up to it. Hikes through the park are a popular activity, giving you the chance to get a little closer to nature, while jungle tours through the mangroves are also possibe.
Cayo Guillermo Secluded, romantic and tranquil 'Cayo Guillermo brings images of unspoilt natural beauty to the minds of holidaymakers who opt to holiday there. Perfect for lovebirds and adventurers alike, this corner of the Jardines del Ray introduces a whole new side to Cuba and one that you will never want to leave. Cayo Coco As one of the largest of the Cayos, you will be able to delight in miles upon miles of soft white sands, huge coral reefs - second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia - and watersports aplenty. Cayo Coco is one of the more popular Cayo retreats but still provides an uncrowded and heavenly destination for your Cuban break. If you're after a piece of the Caribbean dream with glistening white sands that go on for miles, turquoise waters that are shallow, warm and translucent, and the chance to truly unwind in the shade of a swaying palm tree, package holidays to Cayo Guillermo from Direct Holidays will be able to fulfil those dream