Santiago de Cuba province, aside from its historical capital city, hosts part of the imposing Sierra Maestra massif, including the island´s highest mountain Pico Turquino (1974 meters above sea level). The coastline that bends around the southern base of Santiago scores of beautiful inlets of clear-sand beaches, with views of scenic value combining cascading mountains with deep blue beaches. The Sierra´s northern side has El Saltón waterfall, with attractive ecological paths. Eastward the capital city, Santiago extends with Parque Nacional Baconao, a Unesco Biosphere Reserve. It hosts the ruins of coffee plantations developed by French colonists in the early 19th Century. 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.