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On our way to Cayo Coco we stopped in Trinidad. There are a few cobblestone streets, but everything is very touristy and it was really hot. We spent less than an hour there.
To reach Cayo Coco, we had to cross the Pedraplen, a 27 km causeway that links 3 islands (Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo and Cayo Romano) to the mainland. Cayo Coco is the …
... islands surrounding Cuba. The most famous beach tourist destination in all of Cuba is Varadero, the Cuban Cancun. This beach in the north of the country was too busy for us though, given the fact that more than 50 all inclusive resorts exist on it.
Looking for similar beautifully but less crowded places, we found Cayo Coco, Cuba’s fourth largest island situated in the north of the country but further east of Varadero. It is still famous, but promised to be much ...
Got on the Canadian North flight leaving YK at 5 pm. Spent several hours playing driving games and having a beer. Just after midnight got on the red eye to Toronto. So, after thinking the plane was flapping its wings to get here last night we landed in a very foggy Toronto. Bumpy flight, bumpy landing, I am sure that it means a great flight and a smooth landing at our next ...
On day three of our adventure we were early for one of our lunches. So Eddy, our man in Havana, hee hee, took us to a public beach area called Playa Pilar.
He talked it up a lot and frankly what beach in Cuba isn't nice? but when we got there we were all pretty impressed.
Arrived into Cayo Coco airport fighting mosquitoes. It was a very wam night and after changing some money into Pesos we boarded our bus, met our tour guide Eddy and the driver Pepe, and proceeded to the hotel.
Eddy was quite chatty. He was sometimes hard to understand but I got the gist of what he was saying most of the time.
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center