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Palenque-VinalesPalenque de los Cimerones

El Palenque de los Cimarrones is a restaurant (and Disco in the evenings) that is located in the mouth of a cave.

The restaurant is open for lunch, between midday and 4 pm with a Criollo menu.

There is a disco in the cave from Tuesday to Saturday, starting at 10.30 pm until very late! A crazy place!


Underground Swimming in CubaSwimming in the underground natural pool

There is a cave the National Park in Viñales which has an underground natural swimming pool. The water is clean (but pretty cold).


Scuba Diving in Cayo Levisa

The Cayo Levisa scuba diving center offers scuba tanks, weights, boat and dive guide but you have to bring your own wetsuit, mask, fins, regulator, BTU and night diving equipment. 

Divers must bring their accreditation or Dive License and passport in order to board the boat to Cayo Levisa for scuba diving. 


Scuba Diving in Maria la Gorda

Maria la Gorda is famous for its' diving. It is probably the best diving in Cuba.

Divers must bring their accreditation or Dive License and passport in order to board the boat to Maria la Gorda for scuba diving. 


Orchid Garden in Soroa

Chocolate OrchidHave you even smelt an Orchid that smells like Chocolate?

My kind of plant!

There is a botanical garden, which specialises in growing hundreds of different species of orchids – my favourite being the one that smells of chocolate! Soroa's Orchid Garden is the largest in the country. It covers an area of 35,000 square meters and holds more than 20,000 plants of 700 species. It also has thousands of specimens of ferns and trees that turn this place into a unique site in Sierra del Rosario, which was declared a World Biosphere Reserve.


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