All About Granma Cuba

Granma Cuba

Located on the southernmost point of Cuba, the province of Granma is renowned for its history and awesome natural beauty. It is also home to the stunning stretch of the Sierra Maestra mountains that can be seen from the coastal regions of the province. Granma also holds the accolade of being the home to the country’s longest river, the Rio Cauto.

Granma Pico Turquino

Some of the most pristine coastal marine reefs in the Americas are situated along its rugged southern coastline. The province boasts two national parks, the Gran Parque Nacional Sierra Maestra and the Parque Nacional Desembarco del Granma, habitat of such botanical wonders as the dwarf orchids and the ancient giant cactus and indigenous wildlife such as the tocororo and zunzun bird species. The tocororo of course being Cuba’s national bird.