Connected to Jardines del Rey archipelago on its northern coast, Ciego de Ávila also treasures the charming Moron city, one of Cuba’s oldest. Situated on a flat ground, Ciego highlights with nature reserves and the island’s largest lake, the lime-filled Laguna de la Leche. Local fauna is rich and varied, with easily seen woodpecker species, the zunzuncito (Cuban bee hummingbird) and some seasonal migrants. It has been said that Ciego de Ávila’s cultural diversity has its roots in migratory influences from Haiti, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Barbados. At CubaTravelsClub we have the expertise, the technology and the securing methods for you to book your next holidays at any of those Cuban destinations, either online or contacting us by email.