Chorro de Maita Musuem, Holguin. Cuba
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- Cerro de Yaguajay. Banes. Holguin, Cuba
- Destination: Holguin
- Open: Daily
- Telephone: (5324) 430132
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It is the result of an exhaustive local archeological research that has taken more than 80 years. It constitutes the most important discovery in Cuba regarding an aboriginal settlement. Thus, the site has been declared National Monument. We strongly recommend the visit.
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Chorro de Maita Musuem is located in Holguin
In over 25 miles (40 kilometers), the northern coastline of Holguín has 41 beaches. Guardalavaca and Esmeralda are the most popular beaches among foreign tourists. Pesquero Beach has scores of fascinating natural sites, both under and above water; Don Lino Beach combines open areas, architecture and the natural surroundings; and Blanca Beach is very close to Cayo Bariay, where Admiral Christopher Columbus first set foot on Cuban soil, during his first voyage to the New World. Cayo Saetía is northeast of Holguín. This natural spot has 12 virgin beaches.
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“Disappointing very stark and sparse. ”
1 room with very little there we payed way over the odd's for entry and walked around a gantry of a 60sq mt room and that was it.. .
“Indian Village ”
Visited this village a few weeks ago. It is very interesting if not a little bit cheesey. My only complaint would be that the Indians are at you all the time to buy something from them. I purchased a trinket being told it was specifically made by them. Only to discover hundreds of them available in the market. Also although... More
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