Cave Exploration

The stalactite, stalagmite and limestone caves that are found on the Caribbean coast of Cuba are abundant in the Province of Matanzas, all a short drive from Varadero. They feature breathtaking natural rock formations and offer fresh water pools that are as attractive for diving as for taking a nice cool dip. The huge caverns and galleries in the caves house ancient aboriginal drawings, some dating back thousand of years. The Cueva de Ambrosio, Cueva de Saturno and Cueva de Bellamar are only a short drive from Varadero. Enjoy a guided tour of the caves, as well as a cool dip in a natural pool and a peek into Cuba’s ancient indigenous history known to few.


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Cayo Icacal

50 nautical miles from Bahia de Cadiz, these uninhabited and uncharted islands featuring untouched choral reefs

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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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