Cayo Coco Holidays, Cuba
Cayo Coco is an island on the northern coast of Cuba that
together with over 400 other islands makes up the King's Gardens,
or Jardines del Rey.
The island gets its name from the local White Ibis bird, which
is known as the Coco.
Along with the White Ibis, Cayo Coco also have a huge flamingo
colony, the largest in Cuba as well being home to many other exotic
Who is Cayo Coco suitable for?
Cayo Coco holidays are perfect for those
looking for relaxing break in tropical paradise. Access to the
island is via a 16-mile causeway, making it feel ideally secluded
from the mainland.
Many choose the resort as a honeymoon destination due to its
breathtaking scenery and private isolation.
The range of birds inhabiting the area also makes it a popular
pick with bird-watchers.
What are the beaches like in Cayo Coco?
If you're looking for a holiday that centres on a sundrenched
beach then Cayo Coco is the place for you. With 17 miles of fine
white sand, leading down into warm sparkling water it's a beach
For those who like to spend their day something slightly more
energetic than just sunbathing you'll also find numerous water
sports on offer including scuba diving at nearby offshore reefs,
waterskiing and even aqua bike riding.
Attractions in Cayo Coco
The attractions in Cayo Coco centre on its rich natural
Those on a holiday to Cayo Coco can spend their
day a on a glass bottomed boat, jeep safari or snorkeling at the
second largest coral reef in the world. The island's El Bago Nature
Park houses 30,000 flamingos along with over 100 species of birds
and a vast array of tropical plants.