Cayo Saetia Island, Holguin
Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
An idyllic, uninhabited 42 m sq (137 ft sq) island sitting a top a coral reef, Cayo Saetia Island offers a quirky paradise where zebras, parrots and ostriches live side by side. The cay used to be the private holiday home to Fidel Castro until 1994, when it became open to the public. Take a dip along crystal shores before a jeep tour takes you around the island to visit African safari animals that roam free here. Grab a relaxing, tasty lunch at the islands resort, under the shade of mangroves with picturesque views. Put Cayo Saetia Island into our Holguin travel itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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We had a two hour boat trip there the staff on the boat were great it's a trip you must do the food was good to
Beautiful beach but a long coach trip & then catamaran ride from our hotel Rio De Oro Paradisus.Also Thomas cook travellers are not insured to go on the jeep safari - although a couple who did it said... read more »
Nata come riserva di caccia di Raul Castro vede la presenza di tante specie animali anche non indigene come zebre, antilopi, bufali d'acqua oltre a bovini big horn, iguane,cavalli. A ridosso della spi... read more »Founded as a hunting reserve of Raul Castro sees the presence of so many non-native species of animals also like zebras, Antelope, big horn cattle, water buffaloes as well as iguanas, horses. Behind the beach there is a large wooden structure for catering. Only down fall freely cannot be snorkelare is for docking a few catamarans per day and the fact that the cayo presents military installations. Necessary documents for entry.show original
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