The province of Holguin in eastern Cuba, enjoys ample scope for the development of tourism, leisure and recreation. A Bariay, on the northern coast of Holguin, the navigator Christopher Columbus arrived on October 27, 1492 and said it was the most beautiful land that human eyes have seen, due to the lush and colorful vegetation then, the warm climate and the beauty of its coastline, home to many Aboriginal settlements.
The greatest merit of the tourism infrastructure is in Holguin insertion in nature between the sea and the forest, not just alter your condition. One of his most famous beaches is Guardalavaca. Holguin stated in the Archaeological Museum Chorro de Maita a wide variety of material evidence of indigenous culture made of gold or the use of shells, flint and pottery, which include only objects in the Antilles. The facility hosts a unique example of the funerary habits, with an Aboriginal cemetery where exposed to naked 56 of the 108 skeletons found at the site where an idol is also located at the bird head shape representing God Inriri Cahababayael.
Likewise the figure Indocubano Bani, where a golden idol museum exhibits, the first to be found in the area, while the Provincial City Museum shows how unique and precious relic piece of worked stone ax, which is in Today the symbol of the province.