Western Cuba Sights

Caleta Buena

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

Published 08/26/2015

Fodor's Review

Just east of Playa Girón, the sea has formed a series of natural pools by entering through underwater caves, creating the largest flooded cavern in Cuba. The bottom of sponge and coral is a polychromatic marvel, as are the many tropical fish. Experienced, well-equipped divers can follow a 25-meter (83-foot) tunnel through the limestone leading out to the sea. The on-site dive shop charges CUC$25 for a dive, including gear; and CUC$5 to rent snorkeling gear. There's no need for boats as the dive area is close. Night dives can also be arranged. The on-site restaurant is open until 5 and specializes in shrimp and lobster. There's a CUC$15 charge that includes lunch and drinks, and access to the natural pool. In spring, be prepared for roads covered with dead land crabs and their attendant vultures.

Sight Information

Address:

Playa Girón, Matanzas Province, Cuba

Phone:

/4559–5589

Sight Details:

  • CUC$15; snorkel equipment rental CUC$5; diving equipment rental CUC$25
  • Daily 10–5

Published 08/26/2015

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