Excursion to Guama, Cueva de los Peces, Playa Girón and Cienfuegos on route to Trinidad
The guided tour starts at 7:00 in the morning.
Peninsula de Zapata is one of the most complete wildlife reserve in the Caribbean, rich in birds and animals, part of the area around the “Laguna Del Tesoro”, has been named “Gran Parque Natural de Montemar”.
The first stop in this tour will be at Boca de Guamá where you will see the largest crocodile farm in Cuba which includes around 100,000 animals kept in separate pools according to size, age and species. Afterward you will visit Guama and its “Aldea Taína”, the villa consists of 18 huts standing on several small islands in the lagoon. Built of royal palm wood and thatched with palm leaves. The huts are supported on stilts and are connected to one another by hanging bridges or by canoe. In fact, the only way to reach this tourist village is by boat, which takes about 20 minutes to travel along the luxuriantly fringed canal to the lagoon from Boca de Guamá. The tour continues with a brief stop in the cave of fish, beautiful place consisting of a “cenote” with more than 70 meters of depth that their connection with the sea is still unknown. The place is full of fish of different sizes and colors.
The tour continues with the visit to the Giron Museum, which cover the Bay of Pigs invasion using photos, documents, weapons, a tank and the wreckage of aero-planes that took part in the last battle, as well as films taken during the invasion. Later the trip will continue to Cienfuegos where you will enjoy a panoramic tour of this beautiful city designed by the French. Lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, you will arrive in Trinidad, a colonial city declared Word Heritage by UNESCO in 1988. The guide will transfer you to the place of accommodation. Free time to enjoy the city.