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Vacation rental adventure in Varadero, Cuba
Located on an elongated peninsula with a beach on its rim, Varadero is a resort town offering accommodation suited to all travelers' needs, whether they are looking for a single room, an apartment, or a beach house.
Intercontinental blend of flavors
Being one of the most popular travelers' destinations in Cuba, Varadero is a great place to experience the unique Cuban cuisine. A blend of several traditions, including Caribbean, African, Spanish and even Chinese, Cuban recipes are rich in spices and flavors. Varadero town center offers a wide range of restaurants and bars, so no matter whether you would like to have a traditional meal like a boliche, an Italian pizza, or simply would like to have a drink like a domestic cuba libre cocktail, there is something for everyone.
A family adventure
If you're traveling with children, you should visit the Dolphinarium near the Chapelin Marina. After watching one of the daily shows, you can choose to swim and take pictures with the dolphins, even learn to perform tricks with them. Several tour companies also offer horseback riding tours through the beaches and the countryside.
Natural wonders of the Caribbean
12 miles outside of Varadero, lies the Saturno Cave, a vast underground opening partially filled with fresh water. The cave is home to various unique fish and shrimp species. You can explore the flora and fauna while swimming or snorkeling, as well as enjoy the stalactite and stalagmite formations. Scuba divers have two 65-feet-deep chambers at their disposal.
The Varahicacos ecological preserve, located just a thirty minute walk away from Varadero, at the tip of the Hicacos Peninsula, is a park filled with hiking trails and caves. It is a place to explore the island's Aboriginal history, enter caves with burial sites and ancient pictographs on its walls, as well as to see a five hundred year-old cactus – the Patriarca.
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