Due to its geographic isolation, Baracoa, Cuba, is an exotic place even to Cubans, especially those from the capital of Havana. This remote northeastern corner of the island is said to be an almost unspoiled colonial village surrounded by secluded beaches and virgin rainforests.
Nearby is the Alejandro de Humboldt National Park, one of the most biologically diverse tropical island ecosystems in the world, boasting a great number of endangered plant and animal species.
Mimi’s Path/El Camino de Mimi, is the prequel to Mango Rain/Lluvia de Mango, and has roots in Baracoa.
I must get there!