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Guanahacabibes Peninsula, Pinar del Rio Province
(5/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
Guanahacabibes Peninsula is located in Pinar del Rio Province. To visit Guanahacabibes Peninsula on your trip to Pinar del Rio, use our Pinar del Rio itinerary builder.
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  • Nice to see virgin coastline and swim on pristing gulf beaches. The ever changing scenery and biodiversity took me back to when the Florida Keys were truly unspoiled. 
  • Total amazement. This peninsula is beautiful. Reserve protected hosting sites exeptional (caves beaches...). The beaches of Maria la Gorda is paid but sublime! Sandy, few people except for diving tourists (it is an international diving center), great background and clear water!
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  • Went to see the turtles by the night and us seemed sensational, beautiful, unique. The explanation of Luis and the way in that those employees live their work in the Park are commendable. In addition, the way the taxi driver stopped often to teach us the night animals who come to the road. Now well: the person who does not have consciousness of respect for nature, better to not go. It is observe turtles when they are inert during sunset and take a couple of photos with them, rather than harass them at all costs as paparazzi. Unfortunately, always there are people that do not understand something so simple. One last tip: cover you body to the eyes because mosquitoes eat you like ants.
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