Sightseeing Transfer "from Havana to Cienfuegos"
Sightseeing Transfer from Havana to Cienfuegos
from EUR 70.00
We depart from Havana at 8:00 a.m. and head south east through the Sugar Cane and Citrus plantations towards the UNESCO preserved Zapata National Park where the first stop will be at Guamá. Guamá is a replica village of Cuba?s earliest settlers the Taino Indians who lived on the island in the 1100s, the original settlers on the island. Located on a string of small islands and reached by an exhilarating boat ride through the mangroves, there are also a number of life size sculptures depicting the life of these early settlers. A crocodile sanctuary is also located here and you can enter the sanctuary to see the reptiles basking in the sun. Continuing the journey into the Zapata National Park we reach the Bay of Pigs the site of the failed CIA backed invasion of Cuba that was repelled by the revolutionary troops commanded by Fidel Castro himself. We will briefly visit the museum to gain an insight into one of the major world events from the 1960s and an important date in Cuba?s revolutionary history. After a relaxing lunch in the area we will travel along the south coast as the afternoon progresses and stop at a wonderful oasis! The Cueva De Los Peces is a natural salt water pool set in a beautiful and tranquil woodland location. Take an afternoon cooling swim in the waters and spot the huge variety of tropical fish or take a cocktail or a cool beer and sit and enjoy the sun for a while. From the pool the drive onwards to Cienfuegos is not too long and on arrival you will be dropped at the hotel of your choice.We include
Three course lunch in the Playa Larga area with one drink included (water, beer, soft drink, rum based drink) |
Entrance to Guamá and boat ride to the replica village, entrance to the Crocodile Sanctuary |
Entrance to Cueva De Los Peces. |
Departure: 8:00 AM
Arrive: 5:00 PM
Required age: Between 5 and 75 years.
Children: Participants can be with it's children. They are free of charge until 2 years.
Activity intensity: Moderate