Guantanamo Sea Glass Beach Update Cuba

by Justin
(Guantanamo Cuba)

People collecting sea glass at Guantanamo Sea Glass Beach

People collecting sea glass at Guantanamo Sea Glass Beach

Hey David,


A few years ago, I left a comment about some sea glass beaches in Cuba and said I'd get you some pictures.

Somehow, every time I went out there afterwards I always forgot to bring the camera.

After five years here, I'm leaving GTMO next week; so I grabbed the camera today and drove down to glass beach to take a few pictures.

I don't know if you can use them or not, but I didn't want my conscience to be plagued for never sending these things. ;)

Take it easy,

--
-Justin

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Aug 09, 2020
Glass Beach NEW
by: Colette

Hi,

I was searching for photos of GITMO when I stumbled on your page What made that beach unique at the time I was there (1984), was that in order to gain access you had to propel down a rope attached to a rock at thee top. Not many people would be there which was nice. I remember all the glass, and I collected quite a bit but didn't take it state side, unfortunately.


Jun 02, 2018
GTMO sea glass
by: Tammy

Hi!
Just found your site this morning when searching for sea glass in Eastport, Maine.
What a surprise! I think I will be taking a short sea glass vacation up the East Coast to Canada.

My first sea glass search was in GTMO on several of the beaches there. I actually brought back over 25 pounds of sea glass in a beautiful array of colors.

Thank you for all of the great info and sparking a well earned break traveling to the beaches your readers have posted.

Thank you for your kind comments and happy hunting!

David and Lin at Odyssey Sea Glass

Feb 11, 2017
Sea glass beaches of Cuba
by: Heather

Hello, i'm traveling to Cuba in October, and would love to know if there are other areas like this beach on Cuba?

The GTMO beach is restricted still, correct? Would love to find some beach glass while i'm there! Thanks for any advice you can offer.

Heather

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