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Boca de Camarioca

Day 1

Arrival in Boca de Camarioca

Today you’ll travel to Boca de Camarioca, ready to check into a locally owned casa particular, just a stone’s throw from the sea. You’ll have a private bathroom, and your own keys so you can come and go as you please. Depending on when you arrive, you may have time for a dip in the Caribbean and a lie down on one of the two little beaches at either end of the town, before visiting one of the local restaurants for a bite to eat.

Golden sandy beach with locals

Day 2

Free time

There’s nothing planned for your time here, so you can just sit back and relax if that’s what you feel like doing. The east beach has a little bar which serves cold beer and seafood lunches. If you do get restless then your casa owner can help you hire bikes to explore the natural area – Playa El Coral is good for diving and snorkelling, and Saturno Cave has a popular natural pool which you can swim in.

With colonial Matanzas city and the bright lights of Varadero just a short taxi ride away, you’re not short of options here. If you fancy a night out closer to home then the village’s local bar, Una Copita Mas, is a slightly surreal experience!

If this is the last stop on your journey, we’ll arrange for a private transfer to the airport in time for your flight home.

Old classic Car in local town

Day 3

Departure

After breakfast at your casa, it’s time to wave goodbye to Boca de Camarioca. If this is the last stop on your journey, we’ll arrange for a private transfer to the airport in time for your flight home.

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