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  • Key Seafari

    Key Seafari

  • Description: Key Seafari

    Arrival to Cayo Las Brujas (Whitches Key) to weigh anchor on board of a catamaran in a cruise bordering small keys and neighbouring islands and islets near the coast. The trip is frequently animated by dolphins and sea birds. Approach to the San Pascual, an old and strange ship agrounded in the area since 1933 and among the three of that kind that were built in the world after the first world war. Snorkelling session in our warm and transparent waters, in areas of the second biggest coral reef of the world inhabited by complex and coloured forms of life. Beach time in a secluded area where a lobster lunch can be enjoyed. A second snorkelling session. Sailing back to the port. Open bar and music during the journey.

    • Destination: Cayo las Brujas
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    • From: Cayo Santa Maria
    • Days: 8
    • Minimal Pax:1
    • Kind of excursion: Trips to Keys
    • From: Pick up time:09:00:00
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  • Key Seafari is located in Cayo las Brujas
  • Cayo Las Brujas (The Witches), whose name is linked to stories about ghosts, noises and apparitions that circulated among local dwellers, although other stories refer to love encounters between a local fisherman and a young lady.

    On Cayo Las Brujas is the villa of the same name, which is located in Punta Periquillo, very close to a wide strip of sand that runs for about two kilometers. The villa was built on pillars on a reef. Very close to the villa is an airport, which can receive small- and medium-size planes, thus facilitating vacationers' access to the key.

    It is located on Cuba's central province of Villa Clara is also taking part in the dynamic development of the island's tourism industry, backed up by its exuberant nature and unique history.