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Cayo Coco is one of the largest of the Jardines del Ray islands, nestled among pristine coral reefs and is the gateway to the rest of the Cayo islands. With 14 miles of powder-soft sands, one of the world’s largest coral reefs, Cuba’s largest flamingo colony and myriad watersports, you will have plenty to do and see.
Just eight miles long and half a mile wide, Santa Maria is a tiny jewel in Cuba’s crown. On the north of the island, sweeping beaches are backed by rolling sand dunes, with a selection of luxury resorts. Along the untouched south coast, mangrove forests border creeks and lagoons which attract flamingos and other wildlife.
Tiny, gorgeous Cayo Ensenachos is home to just one resort, the Iberostar Ensenachos, which gives it an air of exclusivity and tranquillity for that ‘castaway experience’. Combine with two of Cuba’s most stunning secluded beaches, Playa Megano and Playa Ensenachos, for a perfect Caribbean escape.
Cayo Guillermo is known for its five kilometres of pristine beaches of fine white sand. This small, quiet island is located next to Cayo Coco and is the perfect spot if you’re really looking to get away from it all. After all how often is there ‘nothing’ to do on your to-do list? Sheer unadulterated bliss!
Cayo Coco is a great place to try bird-spotting, whether you’re a novice or a pro. Take a tour and you can spot forest birds, wading birds,shorebirds and field and stream species, whilst learning all about the flora and fauna of this exotic island, both with the naked eye and through binoculars.
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Cuba’s dry seasons lasts from November to April. In the other months, brief but heavy showers fall on an almost daily basis. The average monthly temperatures don’t fluctuate too much in Cuba and temperatures stay between the low and high 20s throughout the year, making Cayo Coco the ideal year-round beach getaway. But don’t take our word for it, immersing yourself in Cuba is the best and only way to find out for yourself. Book your flights to Cuba with www.thomascookairlines.com and discover a stunning island with plenty of culture, history, natural beauty and hidden gems just waiting to be explored and discovered.