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Western Cuba Sights

Cueva del Indio

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Fodor's Review

The Cueva del Indio is named for the aboriginal Guanahatabey who once lived here. It has a 1½-km (1-mi) underground river, a third of which is illuminated. After a 255-meter (842-foot) walk through the high-ceilinged grotto, a small boat takes you another 300 meters (990 feet) past stalagmites shaped like a champagne bottle, a skull, a crocodile, a sea horse, and the Niña, Pinta, and Santa María.

Sight Information

Address:

6 km (4 mi) north of Viñales, Valle de Viñales, Pinar del Río, Cuba

Phone:

48-79–6280

Sight Details:

  • 5 cuc
  • Daily 9–5

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