The beautiful white sand beaches and shallow waters of Cayo Coco make it one of Cuba's most popular tourist destinations. Cayo Coco is the fourth largest island in Cuba. As part of the Jardines del Rey, the combined archipelago of Sabana-Camaguey, Cayo Coco is connected to the mainland by a bridge. The island is promoted as an ecotourism destination where resorts have been built with the environment in mind, but rapid expansion over the past few years, and continued development are changing that image.
El Baga National Park
Located primarily on Cayo Coco is El Baga National Park. Although tour guides rarely promote this large park, it has a number of interesting sights and is well worth a visit. Visiting the park is a great way to see wildlife, including turtles and crocodiles. Visitors are allowed to interact with some animals and it is very child friendly. Pony rides are also available.
Acuavida Spa Talaso
Acuavida Spa Talaso is a comprehensive spa offering pools, skin treatments, fitness treatments, massage, and saunas. The Spa is located in a beautiful area with stunning natural surroundings along the ocean front.