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We arrived in thunder and heavy rain, after a long drive from Havana, and spent 4 nights as the only guests at the place. We snorcled most of the time, since the ocean was the only place we could escape from the many flying insects....More
Our room was very dirty. The room was not dusted, with cigar ash, etc. on the furniture, the floors were terribly dirty as well. In all my years of housekeeping I have never seen such a dirty room. The mirrors and tv were cleaned with...More
You drive from Havana along the main highway avoiding the ox carts then you drive through Guanahacabibes national park (stopping to show your passport). After miles of tropical forest passing iguanas, tropical birds and wild pigs, along with glimpses of white sandy beaches, palm trees...More
It's 6 hours away from Havana to the west but it's worth every minute of it: Peninsula de Guanacahabibes is a UNESCO biosphere reserve and its semi-desert flora and corresponding fauna are unique in many ways. Villa Cabo San Antonio is located right by the...More
After a long drive from Pinar Del Rio in a classic taxi, my girlfriend and I arrived to discover a deserted reception desk. After an hour the receptionist arrived with no apology and a very cold welcome.
One of the primary reasons we visited this...More