Saturno Cave

1. Saturno Cave

Immerse yourself in Cuba’s natural beauty with a refreshing dip at Saturno Cave. Known by the locals as ‘La Cueva de Saturno’, it’s just a short journey from Coral Beach and close to Vía Blanca, making it the perfect place to round off a relaxing day in the sunshine.
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2. Playa Pilar

While in Cuba, make sure you spend a day or two on one of the best beaches on the island, Playa Pilar. To get there, take the bus which runs regularly from Cayo Coco
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3. Museo Maya De Cancun

Wander through the contemporary Museo Maya De Cancun, and be transported back in time as you discover the fascinating rise and fall of the ancient Mayan empire.
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4. La Cueva Del Jabali

Dance the night away in one of Cuba’s most unique entertainment venues, La Cueva Del Jabali. Just 15 minutes away from the hotel zone by bus, this is a must-visit place for an evening of lively fun.
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6. Eagle Ray Scuba Diving Centre

Experience an incredible underwater world off the shores of Guardalavaca with a guided diving trip from the local beach. Visit some of the most beautiful diving spots in Cuban waters alongside the experienced PADI-qualified instructors
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7. Dolphinaris Cancun

As you dip your toes into the crystal clear waters at Dolphinaris Cancun, it’s time to prepare for the experience of a lifetime. If swimming with dolphins is high up on your bucket list, you’re in the right place.
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8. Fort Bennett

Admire the sights of the remains of past and the beauty of the present at the site of Fort Bennett. It is located in Black Rock, overlooking Grafton Beach so you can expect some amazing sea views as well as the site of the historic fort.
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9. Castara Bay

In the quaint fishing village of Castara is a small beach known as Castara Bay. It is crescent shaped with soft, tan coloured sands, and its shoreline is dotted with fishing boats.
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10. Nylon Pool

The Nylon Pool is an offshore sandbar with still waters that form a natural swimming pool in the middle of the sea. It is shallow enough that you can stand comfortably with the waters reaching your waist.
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11. Buccoo Reef

Buccoo Reef is the largest coral reef in Tobago and it is also one of the most visited. After years of damage by tourists and locals, it was designated as a marine park in 1973
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12. Charlotteville

Charlotteville is a charming fishing village on the north-eastern tip of Tobago. Fishing is big business in this village as it contributes around 60% to Tobago’s overall fishing catch.
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14. Runaway Bay Golf Club

Enjoy a leisurely game of golf in the beautiful weather at the Runaway Golf Club. The course was built in the 1960s and still provides excellent services and a welcoming environment to play in.
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15. Dolphin Cove

Travel to Dolphin Cove, which is just a half an hour drive away, for a marine experience of a lifetime. There are lots of activities to get involved with either on dry land or in the water.
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17. The Bob Marley Experience from Ocho Rios

Learn about some of Jamaica’s most important culture on the Bob Marley Experience, which is a must do activity especially if you are a fan of the legendary musician. The tour starts with an uphill drive through the winding roads of the breathtakingly beautiful Fern Gully forestry,
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18. Blue Hole Ocho Rios

Take a day trip to Jamaica’s iconic Dunn's River Falls to see the spectacular 600 foot waterfalls. Visitors can climb up the naturally terraced steps by creating a human chain through the middle of the fall.
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21. Booby Cay Island

Take a boat trip from the sandy shores of Negril to the nearby small, secluded Booby Cay Island. The island gets its name from the large amount of booby birds that migrate to breed and lay their eggs in the offshore sanctuary.
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22. Mayfield Falls

Experience the spectacular Jamaica’s tropics and take a trip to the Mayfield Falls and Nature Park, only about a 45 minute drive away. The untouched scenery up in the hilly countryside acts as a peaceful break from the bustling coastline.
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24. Rose Hall Great House

There are several grand old plantation houses in easy reach of Montego Bay but if you only go to one, make it Rose Hall Great House. It’s said to be haunted by a former resident, a white witch, so night time tours are popular.
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25. Hip Strip Montego Bay

You’ll find some of Jamaica’s liveliest nightlife on Montego Bay’s Gloucester Avenue, also known as Hip Strip. Running for three kilometres, it’s lined with all sorts of restaurants and bars, almost as if it was designed to showcase the very best of Jamaican culture.
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27. Explore the tropical parks near Bavaro

There are lots of fantastic opportunities to see the island’s spectacular, tropical countryside. For an activity away from the beach, explore the thriving flora and spot the exotic wildlife of colourful birds, reptiles and insects.
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28. Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park

The best way to get a real feel for the island is to explore the spectacular sceneries and exotic wildlife. Hike through the green, natural terrain and spot colourful parrots, pink flamingos and scaly reptiles that are hidden
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29. Xcaret Theme Park

Pronounced ‘essh-caret,’ this once sacred Mayan site has been transformed into the gigantic eco-archaeological complex. Half zoo, half theme park it’s perhaps best described as a 300 acre playground.
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30. Coba Mayan Ruins

In Mayan folklore the word Coba means ‘waters stirred by the wind’ which is an appropriate name for a settlement and its position between two large lagoons.
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34. Catamaran cruise

Enjoy a spectacular day out on the Caribbean Seas and sail on a Cataman cruise to the islands secret gems such as the secluded Isla Mujeres beach or stunning El Farito reef. The reef is considered a natural marine park with a variety of exotic fish.
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35. Delfinario

Swimming with dolphins must be the most frequently appearing desire on people’s buckets lists all over the world. But on your holiday to Varadero, you can make that dream a reality.
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37. Cueva de Saturno

Cueva de Saturno’s direct translation to English is ‘Cave of Saturn’. It’s situated one kilometre south of the Via Blanca and is one of Varadero’s top tourist attractions.
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38. Explore the resort

Guardalavaca is home to a variety of different markets for you to browse and hunt out the best bargain. The most popular is the flea market, which many hotels will run buses to and from so that you can easily check it out for yourself.
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42. Day trip to Morón

Cayo Coco is linked to the main island of Cuba via a 27km stone causeway. When you travel along this causeway from Cayo Coco, the first big city you come to is Morón.
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Explore the museums in Cuba’s historic Holguín City, travel back in time to Mayan civilisation at Chichen Itza in Mexico, or relax on the stunning shores of Darkwood Beach in Antigua. No matter which island you choose, your holiday will be packed full of beautiful landscapes, delicious food and unmistakable Caribbean charm.