Boca de Guama is a wetland area in the Zapata Peninsula where tourists can see crocodiles in a farm. It looks like most crocodile farms in the world and it's not difficult to feel sorry for the animals, but actually the farm's activities consist of a breeding program of the captive population and the management and protection of the wild population in the nearby swamp
The Taino Village is a life-sized sculpture garden depicting the everyday activities of Taino Indians in Villa Guama, which is located on small islands on Treasure Lake. It can only be reached by boat from Boca de Guama. It's an interesting concept, but the realisation is a bit tacky.
The Fiesta Campesina farm is a tourist attraction showing different aspects of Cuban rural life: animals, indigenous plants, drinks like sugarcane juice (guarapo) and coffee. The farm is located on the Zapata Peninsula.
Bello lugar, en Matanzas, tu entras en una cueva, que por afuera, no parece gran cosa, pero este lugar esta debajo del mar, y adentro hay las cosas mas interesantes que hayas visto jamas, es como estar transportada a un lugar que no es de aaqui de la Tierra, con un pequeño arroyuelo lleno de agua, que le llaman la Fuente de la Juventud...........
There are boats that you can rent and trying to be gondollier you can do a nice boat ride (rowing by your own strenghts) on the river, surrounded by jungle
A man riding a cow (and not a horse) was an unusual sight for me, but the animal was obviously used to it.
At the location of Cuba's largest bridge, you may stop to have a look at the lookout and enjoy a delicious Pina Colada drink, which consists of light rum, coconut milk and pineapples.
This was our first trip to Cuba. We love this place. The service was exceptional, and the staff...more
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When we arrived at the Veradero Airport on January 17/10 we were met by maintenance staff, customs...more