Situated between Havana and Pinar del Río, specifically on the Sierra del Rosario Biosphere Reserve. Soroa is an splendid natural destination to combine nature and rest. Among its main attractions you can find the famous Orchidarium ,the springs and the Water Fall .
More than 3 km of beach area in the North of Pinar del Río. Where you have the option of snorkeling and contemplative diving in the excellent seabed of the region.
It is a place with an abundant costal vegetation populated with different birds, reptiles and mammal species which makes it an ideal venue for relaxing and resting. Its biggest attractions are the crystal clear beaches and the lighthouse as well as the extensive coral reef which invites to practice scuba diving and other nautical activities.
María La Gorda
Praised as one of the best Cuban zones to practice nautical sports, María la Gorda is located at the Guanahacabibes peninsula on the outmost west point of the island. Its International Scuba Diving Center has turned it into one of the best scuba diving sites. The biggest Cuban black coral reserve is also located in this area and one can observe a varied and impressive local flora and fauna .
Peninsula of Guanahacabibes
Located in the western end of the province of Pinar del Río, it has the best preserved natural landscapes of the region. It is characterized by magnificent seabeds, a rich fauna and a wide variety of interesting landscapes, including extensive mangroves, and an elevated platform where white sand and coral rocks alternate.
Declared Natural World Heritage site, Viñales Valley has a singular and formidable landscape that covers an area of 741 square kilometers with a majestic natural beauty. All through the valley you can see mountain formations known as “mogotes” taking different forms and only to be found in this part of the island. The different shades of green as well as the diversity of endemic flora and fauna is something that stands out in this territory.