Cayo Coco provides the ideal setting for rest and relaxation, as well as fun in the sun and water-based adventure. Cayo Coco is an island in central Cuba featuring some of the best resorts in Cuba. It is linked to the mainland by a stone road causeway.
This is a destination that has a relaxed and isolated atmosphere ensuring a rejuvenating and restoring vacation. It is a top destination for sun worshippers who enjoy its beautiful beaches and refreshing waters. There is plenty of opportunity for swimming, sunbathing, and beachcombing. For the more active there is kayaking, windsurfing, snorkeling, as well as scuba diving. ...
Cayo Coco also boasts hundreds of miles of coral reef off of its north coast attracting visitors from around the world with its world-class scuba diving. Although an idyllic paradise that promotes relaxation, this jewel of an island also features endless water sports, deep sea fishing, bird watching of its one hundred plus bird species, exploration of marshes and lagoons, as well as a variety of tours that take you beyond the confines of the island. You will want to be sure to visit Cayo Guillermo, linked by a natural causeway that boasts a spectacular beach and one of the highest sand dunes in the Caribbean.
Cayo Coco has its own international airport making travel to and travel from this stunning retreat simple and easy. Cayo Coco lies in the heart of a chain of islands called the "Jardines del Rey" meaning King's Gardens. Once you have visited this beautiful location, it will be clear that it is truly a destination fit for a king.
The currency used is the convertible Cuban Peso.
The temperature ranges from a low of 20°C to a high of 32°C depending on the time of year.
The voltage used is 110V or 220V.
The language used in Cayo Coco is Spanish but English is also spoken.
The time zone in Cayo Coco, Cuba is GMT (UTC) -5.
Documents required to visit Cayo Coco
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Non-Canadian citizens please contact the consulate or embassy for information.