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Bahía Honda, Cuba

Be surprised by the exotic municipality of Bahía Honda, in Artemisa, Cuba.

Bahía Honda, Cuba
Bahía Honda
© Rafael Ferro

The interesting and winding road of the north of Soroa follows the coast until reaching the municipality of Bahía Honda, and the north of Pinar del Río. This is one of the regions of Cuba where most research has been made on aboriginal peoples. In fact, here you can find some of the most interesting archaeological sites of the island, such as Cueva del Perico I and II caves; the Conchal de la Altura, the Conchal Maní-Maní, the Cueva del Carenero cave, the Cueva de Felipe cave, and the caves of San Claudio I and II.

In this municipality there are well-rooted folkloric traditions of African origins. The traditional festivities are the Kinfuiti, the Fiesta de los Congos festivity, the Fiesta de Bembé festivity, the Fiesta de Santa Bárbara festivity, the Carnaval Acuático (Aquatic Carnival), the Fiestas Populares and the Veladas.

In this region, handcraft have also developed , mainly wood carving, fabrics, and yute. The best works can be seen in the areas of Luis Carrasco and Bahía Honda. This, Bahía Onda, is a small and crowded city with a beautiful church. The town is relatively close to Havana, but the traveller may feel somehow isolated from the larger urban nodes, especially since the road get much worse once you leave Soroa.

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