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Visit Cayo Coco from Cayo Guillermo

Cayo Guillermo’s larger neighbor Cayo Coco has a lot to offer and, while beaches such as Playa Pilar are arguably better on your island, Cayo Coco has other attractions worth seeing. The every 30 min shuttle bus from Cayo Guillermo costs just 5 CUC per person or a taxi will set you back 25-30 CUC […]

Things to do in Cayo Coco if you stay in Cayo Guillermo

Kiteland Park Kite Training School Cayo Guillermo

  If you are looking to start Kitesurfing or, are already experienced in the sport, the Kiteland Park Cayo Guillermo offers all the equipment and training you’ll need. Unlike other locations, Cayo Guillermo’s tranquil waters and gentle breezes perfectly lend themselves to picking up this exhilarating sport. Novices can be up and surfing within 20 […]

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Green Moray Dive Center Cayo Guillermo Cuba

  The Green Moray is an International Scuba Diving Center located at the Melia Cayo Guillermo Hotel. The dive center prides itself on professionalism using new Scubapro equipment and very experienced guides. Green Moray dives range from 30 meters in depth, to shallower excursions at 10 meters on the Cayo Guillermo Barrier Reef. At these […]

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Dolphinarium Cayo Guillermo Cuba

  Cayo Guillermo inaugurated its eco friendly dolphinarium in 2013 and it was designed to entertain tourists spending their vacations in Cayo Coco or Cayo Guillermo is the Jardines del Rey archipelago. The Cayo Guillermo dolphinarium offers gastronomic services and educational tours to see these sea mammals in action. It is a dream of many […]

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Cayo Guillermo Barrier Reef Snorkeling and Diving

The Jardines del Rey archipelago is a ribbon of practically untouched islands and islets which lie 20 to 60 km from the Cuban mainland, on the islands northern coast, spanning 250 miles (400KM) all along Cuba’s north coast. Essentially, the reef begins at Cayo Blancos, Varadero and ends at Cayo Sabinal in the Sabana-Camaguey archipelagos. […]

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