Cayo Icacal

50 nautical miles from Bahia de Cadiz, these uninhabited and uncharted islands featuring untouched choral reefs, exotic and abundant marine life on land and sea, as well as sunken wrecks, abandoned landing strips from the mid-20 century and white powder sand beaches, offer a plethora of natural beauty and exploration, as well as a look into a coastal history unknown to US travellers before now.


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Cave Exploration

The stalactite, stalagmite and limestone caves that are found on the Caribbean coast of Cuba are abundant in the Province of Ma...

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Dolphin swin

On the way back to Varadero from Cayo Blanco, a stop at the “Delfinario”

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Bahia de Cadiz

30 nautical miles from Marina Varadero, this uninhabited island, a 3-hour crossing paralleling the archipelago

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Parque Josone

The park got its name from the couple (Jose and Onelia) that built this glorious retreat as a testament to their love in the 19...

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