How to get to Jardines del Rey, Ciego de Ávila?

Ciego de Ávila is a province in central Cuba with a growing economy and a developing city. Its main access routes are by road, with access to the central highway of Cuba, by train, with access to the central railway line of Cuba, as well as by air from Jardines del Rey where there are also nautical bases.

** Update on Covid-19: Based on the favorable evolution of the country's vaccination process, the Cuban Ministry of Tourism together with other competent bodies have decided: The mandatory quarantine of international travelers upon arrival in the country is eliminated. starting November 7. The mandatory use of the nasobuco or mask is maintained within the air and port terminals, as well as throughout the country. As of November 15, complying with the established protocols, the Cuban population will be able to enjoy all the tourist offers in the country. As interprovincial and intermunicipal mobility increases and the situation of each territory will increase the activity. As of October 25, 2021, Varadero, Cayo Santamaria, Cayo Coco, and Cayo Guillermo, open the doors to domestic tourism. The commercialization of all open facilities will begin.