Arriving to Cayo Sabinal is like going somewhere beyond this world. It is like arriving in a natural paradise stunning for its beauty, its flamingos, its tales of pirates and privateers, its virgin beaches, and its crystalline blue waters. Being there makes us feel like Ernest Hemingway when he spent whole days fishing on his beloved yacht "El Pilar". Visiting Sabinal is being sure we are in front of one of the most impressive natural landscapes of the whole Caribbean.
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Getting to Cayo Sabinal by road is rather simple. This guide to driving to Cayo Sabinal starts from the Carretera Central, Cuba's main central highway axis which extends through the center of the country. The guide assumes a direction north (Havana) to south (Santiago de Cuba) Cuba. When you arrive on the outskirts of Camaguey you will be able to border the city on the beltway loop (ring road) highway. Essentially, you don't need to enter the city center. Head [...]
It seems that Pirates and Bandits knew how to choose their†outposts well. Cayo Sabinal is a place of legends; the pirates who inhabited the area used its virgin coastline to spring attacks on vessels trying to make it through the Bahamas Channel. Their adventures, now stuff of legends, included looting and smuggling, resulting in the primary reason why the Spanish, in 1831, built on the eastern coast the Fort Sabinal San Hilario to curb these wayward scoundrels. San Hilario served [...]
Cayo Sabinal's virgin beaches are home to large colonies of Pink Flamingos. The Flamingos having chosen the South of Cayo Sabinal due to its rich fauna and ample feeding opportunities. You'll see literally thousands of birds on the island, flocking in areas along the beaches and feeding in the undergrowth. Due to the virgin nature of Cayo Sabinal we urge visitors to apply mosquito repellant when visiting the island. The tour begins by collecting participants at their respective hotels listed [...]
Legend has it that Punta de Maternillos is a place of buried treasures and great riches. The Columbus lighthouse (Faro Colon) was built in 1847 as observation post, the lighthouse beacon a savior for sailors passing through the treacherous Bahamas Channel on their way to Havana, Florida and Mexico. Further along the coast on Cayo Sabinal is the fortress of San Hilario that served as a fortified tower and barracks for Spanish artillery and troops, Built to defend against repeated [...]
The name Cayo means Key or Cay in Spanish and is commonly used for all the islands, islets and keys in Cuba. The Jardines del Rey Archipelago, where Cayo Sabinal is located, has over 2500 keys, islets and Islands. The word Sabinal refers to the species of Juniper Sabina tree (Juniperus Sabina) that grows abundantly on the Island. The Juniperus Sabina is thought have somehow been taken to the island from Europe, either from seed cones (the cones can protect [...]