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Excursions and day trips from Cayo Coco

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Excursions and day trips from Cayo Coco

We are going to the NH Krystal for a couple of weeks at the end of the month. Has anyone been? Could anyone recommend any of the excurions or day trips? Also does anyone know how much an excursion to Havana is?

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Bubbles. x

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1. Re: Excursions and day trips from Cayo Coco

Here is a summary of the trips offered by Sunwing in Cayo Coco

in May 2007....

Jeep safari-> jeep ride through causeway into Morono, horse farm, crocodile farm, motor boat ride, lunch and shopping 69CUCs

Spectacular Moron--> go by bus, sugar mill, Ciego de Avila for cigar factory, arts musice, live band lunch and drinks (75 CUCs)

Colorful Cuba--> A ride on the lake, sugar mill, an outdoor authentic lunch, croc famr, Moron city through horse drawn carriage, shopping time 65 CUcs

Havana one day --> by plane, lunch, souvenir shopping 195 CUCs

Trinidad--> 70 CUCs

Dolphins--> 169 CUCs

Media Luna--> pilar beach 49CUCs

Catamaran Full Day --> 75 CUCS

Deeo See Fishing 290 CUCs

Speed Boat Adventure 41 CUCs

We did deep sea fishing for my bf, speed boat adventure and colorfult Cuba for me.... if your significant other or yourself loves fishing this is a really good trip we did the half day.

The speed boat was fun, but I could have lived without it, as we don't snorkel,..

The colorful Cuba was really interesting, we saw and did a lot that day.

We did Havana last year from Varadero as it was driving and not flying, we found it more accessible through there. But if you have not been it is a must.

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Hi

We stayed at the NH in May. it was the end of the season so half the hotel was closed down the 2nd week of the holiday and it was fairly quiet (not much night life) but we still had a fab time. the staff were great, rooms clean and restocked daily with bottled water (if you have the spare cash upgrade to a villa on the lagoon, we did and it was well worth it for the money, about £120 for 2 weeks, do this when you get there at reception for good prices). the food got a bit monotonous but again that was because of the end of the season and not all the restaurants were open. According to the hotel staff the peak season is Early November to march so you should be just fine. The resort is huge! and if you do upgrade to the villas you can call reception and ask for a bell boy and he'll come pick you up in a stretch golf cart! its a fair walk to the main lobby area so this is well worth it. Ask for Jose to come pick you up, he was our guy and he was lovely!

We did a few trips while we were there. The speedboat trip is so much fun. 20mins driving the speed boat then 45mins snorkelling in a little river tributary with mazing fish and then another 20 mins or so back, snorkelling on the catamaran trip was excellent, you get to snorkle twice and the second time is swimming arounda WW2 ship wreck!, we also swam with the dolphins but be warned, the coach ride there isn't too bad as you stop off at lots of villages and different places such as che guevara's monument on the way there so you don't really notice how long the ride is but on the way back your on the coach or a good 5/6 hours with only a couple of breaks! we also did the half day spa experience which was well worth the money!

NH also does banana boat rides, snorkelling trips and jet skies from the water sports shack on the beach, you have to pay for these but the pedaloes and the kayaking are free.

I'm sure you'll have an amazing time, make sure you enjoy the beautiful beach!

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