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Nobody is familiar with Cuba like Lonely Planet. even if you are looking to discover Havana's colourful architectural relics, laze languidly on an remoted seashore or realize your internal Hemingway deep-sea fishing off the coast of Cayo Guillermo, this fifth variation provides all of the details you want to benefit from the better of Cuba.

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The first known civilization to settle on the island were the Guanahatabeys, a primitive Stone Age people who lived in caves around Viñales in Pinar del Río province and eked out a meager existence as hunter-gatherers. At some point over the ensuing 2000 years the Guanahatabeys were gradually displaced by the arrival of a new preceramic culture known as the Siboneys, a significantly more developed group of fishermen and small-scale farmers who settled down comparatively peacefully on the archipelago’s sheltered southern coast.

The colonization of Cuba didn’t begin until nearly 20 years later in 1511, when Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar led a flotilla of four ships and 400 men from Hispaniola destined to conquer the island for the Spanish Crown. Docking near present-day Baracoa, the conquistadors promptly set about establishing seven pioneering settlements throughout their new colony, namely at Baracoa, Bayamo, Trinidad, Sancti Spíritus, Puerto Príncipe (Camagüey), Havana and Santiago de Cuba (see also boxed text,). Watching nervously from the safety of their bohíos (thatched huts), a scattered population of Taíno Indians looked on with a mixture of fascination and fear.

An alarm clock for predawn bus departures, a universal plug for sinks and tubs and a little washing powder are all useful. People staying in campismos will need a sheet as linen isn’t always provided. Aside from a scant supply of biscuits and soggy sandwiches, take-out fare is hard to find. Gatorade powder, granola and protein bars, nuts, dried fruit, peanut butter and trail mix provide energy and a break from the vicious pizza/ice-cream/fried-chicken cycle of appetizers. See the boxed text,, for more food advice.

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