What is Cuba Famous/Known For?
Cuba is not only unique, but it is also filled with surprises. The country is very famous across the world for its cigars but the truth is there are a ton of elegant things it offers its residents and visitors. From music to cuisine, everything in this country has a certain air and once there you’ll be able to feel it everywhere. These are ten things Cuba is very famous for. Cubans believe in eating fresh and clean food. What you see is what you get. Consumption of processed foods is reduced because there are limited Big Chain stores that carry manufactured goods. A visit to the local restaurants called ‘paladres’ will leave you feeling refreshed not only because of how delicious the dishes are but also because of how authentic and different the menu is to what you’re used to. It is no surprise a lot of travelers make strictly culinary trips to Cuba. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Best tobacco in the planet
No other place on earth produces the best tobacco like Cuba. The finest cigars have been in circulation since the time of King Philip II of Spain. Cuban cigars are different from other cigars in the world because utmost care is taken from the cultivation to harvest to manufacture. It is intriguing to know that many foreigners have taken the seeds of Cuban tobacco called ‘hebano’ elsewhere to plant, but it doesn’t have the same flavor. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
For Cubans, life may not have been the music they hoped for, but while they are alive, they will dance. Cuba is filled with lots of blaring music which slowly fades out and starts out again. Cubans are always in the mood to shake their bodies to whatever music that is playing. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
It is interesting to know that on the world map, Cuba stands out. Thanks to its unique shape. Cuba bears the same shape as a sleeping crocodile hence the moniker ‘caiman dormido’. There is a popular song that boasts about its shape. It would not be out of place to say Cuba is a crocodile lying peacefully on the Caribbean Sea. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
If you walk down the streets of Cuba, you will be greeted with the marvelous sights of cars which have been in the country since the 1940s. These vehicles called ‘almendrones’ can be likened to a museum on wheels. The less fascinating vehicles are used in conveying commuters from one place to another. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Guinness Book of Record Holder
La Gran Piedra is a marvel that has bestowed a wonderful title on Cuba. The rock whose name translates to ‘The Great Stone’ is located in Santiago de Cuba, the second largest city in Cuba. The mammoth stone weighs about 63,000 tonnes, and it serves as home to some breathtaking flora and fauna like the Cuban Tocoroco. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Cuba is a hot destination spot, and it is one of the places in the world where you can just zone out and losen all knots. With the advancement of technology, you can switch on your internet connection to roam if you want to. The internet connection is not as fast as that of other Western countries, but that’s fine because the main aim is to keep your pace slow and relax. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Like other tropics in the world especially the Caribbean, Cuba has an enviable summer. Its weather is neither too dry nor too wet. Cuban weather can best be described as a sticky. The summer here is everlasting and very perfect for those who want to get some good loving from the sun. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Unique Radio station
The Radio Reloj is believed to be the oldest radio station in the world, and this radio station updates listeners who tune in on daily happenings all round the world. If you are in Cuba and your wristwatch is acting up. Tune into the station for an accurate time. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The Cuyaguateje River is a very distinctive river in the world. It is a wonder to behold. It courses through numerous municipalities before linking to the Caribbean Sea. This weaving form of hydrography is what earned the river its name which means ‘whose water weaves’.