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Classic Old Cabriolet Car Tour Varadero Beach From , Swimming with Dolphins in Varadero Beach
Catamaran trip to Cayo Blanco where you leave the marina, go out and hour or so, snorkel over a reef, back on the boat another 1/2 hour, dock in the middle of the ocean, jump into a huge pen and swim with the dolphins,back on the boat to Cayo Blanco for chicken or seafood lunch and an open bar and then sail back to Varadero. They pick you up and drop you off at your resort and everything is included in. I can not tell you the exact price because it was in 2006 we did it but I know it is still on and a good bang for your buck and will probably do it again when I am there at the start of April. Make sure you are on the excursion that swims with the dolphins and not the one that just watches the dolphin show.
Juan Gualberto Gomez Airport was built in 1989 and inaugurated by Fidel Castro, thus replacing the old Varadero airport located in Santa Marta, currently known as Kawama Airport. The airport was named after a journalist, fighter for the Cuban Independence and black rights activist in Cuba Juan Gualberto Gómez (1854–1933). The terminal building has shops for tourists (including rum, cigars, T-shirts, books, carvings, pharmaceuticals), a large departures lounge cafeterias and a VIP lounge. A VIP card is available by paying $30/person to the local tour company representative. This allows the departing passenger to bypass the queues for check-in, have an agent take your departure tax to the correct official for you, and bypass any lines for passport control. The passenger is then taken to the VIP lounge which provides free food and drink (including alcoholic beverages). The ground handling equipment is imported mainly from North America. There are four jet bridges, but air stairs are used for the remaining aircraft parking spaces on the apron by the terminal. Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport (IATA: VRA, ICAO: MUVR), formerly known as Varadero Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto de Varadero), is an international airport serving Varadero, Cuba and the province of Matanzas. The airport is located closer to the city of Matanzas than to Varadero. The closest airport to Varadero is Kawama Airport. In 2009, the airport handled 1.28 million passengers, making it the second busiest airport in Cuba after José Martí International Airport in Havana.