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Welcome to our website dedicated to Cayo Guillermo, online since 2006.
Cayo Guillermo is a small and quiet island with an area of 13 square kilometers, which is part of the « Jardines del Rey » (King's Gardens) archipelago, which itself is part of the « Sabana-Camaguey » archipelago.
This archipelago consists of over 2,500 islands and islets (cays) and is located off the Atlantic coast of Cuba in the province of Ciego de Avila.
This destination is known for its five kilometers of pristine beaches of fine white sand. The sea is calm, shallow and crystal clear waters of a beautiful turquoise blue. It is an oasis of peace for nature lovers, beach and relaxation. Cayo Guillermo is home of the most beautiful beach in this area of Cuba, Playa Pilar! Click HERE for more information about Playa Pilar.
The Jardines del Rey archipelago has its own international airport, which is located on the island of Cayo Coco, next to Cayo Guillermo. The two islands are connected by a bridge. The archipelago is also connected to the main island of Cuba by a 27 kilometer long causeway into the se. Note that the bus transfer from the Jardines del Rey airport to the hotels of Cayo Guillermo is about 45 minutes.
Kitesurfing in Cayo Guillermo, Cuba!
« Kitesurfing is a water sport traction, sometimes called fly-surfing or just ... kite. It is to ride on a surfboard or small twin tip being towed by a kite called wing. »
Click HERE to learn more about this activitée.
For those who wish to eat (or just drink a cold beer) outside the hotels in Cayo Guillermo, you will find interesting that there are few friendly places where you can enjoy a delicious meal (lobster or other bbq dishes). Note that these restaurants are not part of your all inclusive package. Click HERE to learn more about this subject.
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Please note that since the spring 2014, Cuba authority systematically stamps all passports when entering and leaving the country. Note that the departure tax remains unchanged at 25 CUC per person (in cash only). As of May 1, 2015, the Cuban Departure Tax may be included in the price of your trip. This is the case for all Canadian tour operators and travel agencies who now include the departure tax in their price when selling packages and flight to Cuba.
The Cuban President Raul Castro announced in October 2013 the beginning of the process that will put an end to the two currencies circulating for 19 years on the island. It is important not to bring Convertible Peso (CUC) outside Cuba. More information to come!
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