The largest island in the Caribbean, Cuba is 1200km long, and covers 110,860km of land. Situated at the mouth of the Gulf of Mexico, Cuba is bound to the north and east by the Atlantic Ocean and to the south by the Caribbean Sea. The waters along the Cuban coast tend to remain at an inviting 25 degrees Celsius all year round, and Cuba is recognised as possessing some of the finest beaches in the Caribbean.
Around the coast, the Cuban landscape is gifted with white-sanded shores, and farther inland is rich in dense forests, swamplands and rugged mountains. Boasting six UNESCO Biosphere reserves, the world’s third largest coral reef, an incredibly diverse bird population, and the last of the Cuban crocodiles found in the Caribbean, the island of Cuba homes an assortment of wildlife and marine life.