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Rivers in Cuba Naturaleza

Cuba has over 200 rivers as well as small streams or arroyos that are dry in summer. The Cuban rivers are short, rapids and of scarce flow. The river of more longitude is the Cauto one and the mightiest the Toa, both they are in the east. The rivers of the south slope are lightly longer.

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Toa River

Toa River

The Toa River is the strongest and biggest river in the island of Cuba with 72 tributary and although it is not been born in Baracoa, its section of more remarkable voyage crosses for this area ... more info.

Cauto River

Cauto River

The Cauto River is the longest river in Cuba, it flows for 230 mi (370 km) from its source in the Sierra Maestra westward through alluvial swamps into the Guacanayabo Gulf ... more info.

 
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