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Small indian village reconstructed to original conditions in the middle of lake. Accessible by riverboat. You can learn some interesting facts about indians living there many yeas ago. There is also a small souvenir shop and restaurant where you can taste crocodile meat.
This is a great place just north of Playa Larga. It's not well signposted so you have to look out for the tour buses parked on the east side of the road near La Boca. When you park up you can then catch a boat...More
We visited the area that has the crocodile farm. The admission is 5 CUC's per person. It's set up nicely with shops and a restaurant/bar with entertainment and the grounds are kept well with an Indian hut to look at. The crocodiles are meant to...More
Easily found as the entrance looks like a theme park entrance on the main road to Playa Larga, this tends to feature on all the Varadero tourist tours so you will be met with loads of buses, suggest visiting in the afternoon as it tends...More
A replica of a Taino-inspired style Indian village displays the aboriginal social and architectural customs as they happened on the eastern side of Cuba at the time of the Spanish conquest. It is located on a little island right in the middle of the so-called...More