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Cueva del Indio

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Cueva del Indio

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Walking through the valley of viñales in Cuba
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Walking through the valley of viñales in Cuba

Exelent Tour with visit to many places in the valley , you can come with us to discover the viñales valley. The excursion will take place in Valle Palmarito, which is part of the beautiful panorama offered by the municipality of Viñales. Inside the Valley we will observe different types of crops and we will know what is related to each of them. We will visit the tobacco dryer, where a farmer will explain everything related to this coveted product, from its planting, through the tobacco house where it is stored for a certain period to how it is prepared to smoke, and even one will be offered. Free to try a real cigar. Then we will visit a coffee shop in the country where, from the hands of the natives, they will taste the honey and coffee they harvest accompanied by a special type of rum from the province of Pinar del Río, which you will only find here, explaining everything related to the process and Preparation of these three products.
$28.00 per adult
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dianedinky wrote a review Apr 2020
253 contributions46 helpful votes
I've been in cave complexes before and you know what to expect, ie dark, damp, claustrophobic but with some nice formations to view. This place certainly met expectations as regards the rock formations (excellent) but went that bit further by including a short boat trip through the caves and out to a small lagoon area with waterfall. There was a queue to wait for this as there are only so many boats but was well worth the wait. I enjoyed it much more than I was expecting. And, being Cuba, there were plenty of shops and stalls outside (if you love souvenirs then visit Cuba, it seems to be mandated if even one tourist may be there then there must be a retail outlet!).
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Esther P wrote a review Mar 2020
Chicago, Illinois1,254 contributions712 helpful votes
If you can handle the steep stone stairs at the entrance, you are home-free to enjoy this well-organized attraction. It takes about 1/2 hour to go thru and ends with a short boat ride at the end. There are numerous gift bungalows on the way to the parking lot that are worth taking the time to look thru as they have some unusual items.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tony O wrote a review Mar 2020
Stony Plain, Canada19 contributions7 helpful votes
This is no where near true caving or super exciting, BUT it is a very safe, very cool little excursion that almost anyone could do. (Sorry, I don't believe wheelchair or similarly disabled folks could do it)
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Date of experience: March 2020
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jackie_rogers59 wrote a review Feb 2020
Tewkesbury, United Kingdom555 contributions188 helpful votes
You walk up a flight of steps and then through narrow tunnels some of which are very low. At the end there is a small boat that takes you through part of the cave where the river runs to the outside where there are the ubiquitous shops for gifs and momentos
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Date of experience: February 2020
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103Kate wrote a review Feb 2020
Braunton, United Kingdom30 contributions1 helpful vote
Our visit started with the approach of a 'native indian' in a brief loincloth, who encouraged us to dance while he played the drums and then pose for photos. It was real tourist tat, but great fun! The tour of the caves is interesting, our guide had great English and was very informative about the history of the area. The boat ride was nice and it was a surprise to come out into a river and sunshine.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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