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Guantanamo Bay & Caimanera, Guantanamo

Guantanamo Bay & Caimanera

Guantanamo Bay & Caimanera

Guantanamo Bay is an exceptionly beautiful, natural and large subtropical bay surrounded by lush vegetation and ring of low mountains. To the West are the semi-desert "Los Cerros de los Monitongos" mountains. This is driest place in all of Cuba with a unique range of animal and plant species. To the North East are the wettest mountains and the largest rivers in all Cuba.

Caimanera is a fishing village and port of 10,600 people. Built on the West shore of the sheltered Guantanamo Bay, just North of the US naval base. The port ships chiefly salt, sugarcane and coffee. Residents of this remote, southeastern community of steaming, narrow streets and weathered wooden houses are the closest Cuban neighbours to the US military camp still filled with prisoners from the war on Afghanistan.

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Hotel Islazul Caimanera

Hotel Islazul Caimanera

Caimanera Hotel is located like a castle on the highest hillock, in the fishing village of the same name, which is in the heart of the Bahia de Guantanamo, better known as Guantanamo Bay. The South of the village is actually bordered by the Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base.

Hotel Caimanera with natural decorations and ambience is a model of simplicity and good taste. It is has been newly renovated for 2009. It looks great

Offering excellent service and a historically unique location, it is the prefect setting for a memorable vacation in a truly warm Cuban carefree atmosphere, made all the better by the sheer irony of being so close to a culture so obsurdly opposite.

The hotel has been closed to foriegners for many (Bush) years until February 2009. Now (for the moment) it is open again to foreign tourists from Cuba-friendly countries. You must come in a group (7 to 40) with tour guide, and provide passport details of all visitors two weeks in advance.