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Caves in Viñales Valley

3 caves in Viñales Valley

Caves in Viñales Valley
The Indian Cave
About 5 kilometers from the town of Viñales (we rented a bicycle to get to the cave), if you take the road to San Cayetano Viñales, before reaching the town of San Vicente, there is a cave- while it is not the largest area, is the most accessible and attractive to visitors. Here, you can visit on a small boat that goes around the San Vicente River, in the cave. In this cave, you will find many figures formed by stalactites and stalagmites. They have also found remains of paintings and utensils Cuban Columbian cultures.
Caves in Viñales Valley
Boat Ride on the San Vincente River
The Viñales Valley National Park has the largest cave system in all of Cuba. The highlight is the famous Cueva del Indio, which is crossed by the San Vicente River. At the entrance of the cave you can hire small boats that take you around this underground river. Within the various shapes and forms of the stalactites and stalagmites, as well as paintings and remains of utensils from Columbian Cuban cultures. The cave is named after a cave painting in which an Indian can be seen smoking a pipe. This interesting site is approximately 5.5 km from the town of Viñales, just before reaching San Vicente, near the road to San Cayetano Viñales. There are also hot springs in the area of San Vicente.
Caves in Viñales Valley