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Many of the resort hotels are geared towards families and children, and with tropical gardens, birds, restaurants and fun attractions for kids, Josone Park is perfect for a family day out. You can take a paddleboat across the lake and board the miniature train or ride through the park in a horse and cart.
Varadero is very popular with divers, with over 28 spectacular dive sites accessible right from the beach and a stunning array of underwater flora and fauna can be seen by just snorkelling along the top. Dolphins play around the coast of Cuba and can often be spotted from the shore, leaping out of the water.
Go inland and explore the romantic streets of peaceful town Cardenas by horse-drawn carriage, where you can see the lovely parish church designed by architect Rafael Carrerá. Or visit Castillo de San Severino, an extraordinary 18th-Century fortress that served as a prison as recently as the 1970s.
At the far end of the resort is the Hicacos Point Natural Park; walk around Magon Lake, which is home to a colourful assortment of birds, reptiles and butterflies. While you are there, take a swim in Ambrosio’s Cave with its ancient cave paintings and bats and visit the ruins of the La Calavera Salt Works.
If the heat of gorgeous Varadero Beach is getting to you, take a trip to the Saturno Caves. They are filled with clear, icy cool water, where you can swim or snorkel to see beautiful stalactites and stalagmites formations, fish, and sealife. There are two 20m galleries for divers, too.
Beyond the resorts there is so much to see and do, you will need a return trip! Visit Museo Municipal for a fascinating look the region's history via the revolution and beyond. If you're a history buff or culture vulture, you'll find plenty to draw you from your Varadero resort hotel here. At Casa de la Cultura, the cultural centre is a must for those who want to experience the local culture. Here you will find Rumba dances, local art museums, and poetry. If you want to be a little more adventurous try learning the Rumba or Salsa.