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We attended the boat ride Laguna La Redonda as one stop and a part of our day long tour into Moron. The ride was about 25 minutes long on a zippy boat in a big lake and then into a tunnel of Mangrove trees.
This place is beautiful,the food is very good and the entire staff are great,este Lugar es muy bello y trankilo el piloto del bote muy profecional y amable el bote muy bonito.la comida muy Buena y el servicio del mesero muy professional y agradable en...More
went by taxi whilst staying in Moron, have been three times, prior hurricane and after, Meals are excellent, drinks are tasty, a great pina colada, fresh fish, great pork, and excellent staff, the boat rides are a nice way to end or begin a visit....More
We visited Latina La Redonda during our visit at Memories Caribe in Cayo Coco. We spent about an hour here as part of the “Spectacular” tour through Air Canada Vacations. We had an exciting boat ride over the lake and through the mangroves. It was...More
This was definitely one of the highlights to my holiday in Cuba. It was a lot of fun and very informative. Loved the speed of the boat and our guide was a character. The vegetation and wild life is amazing to see it so close...More
Went on a speedboat ride through the mangroves. Our guide was hilarious and very knowledgeable and he pointed out a number of plants and animals we had never seen. Fun! Has a bar/souvenir shop at the dock.
Response from Cubabound2015 | Reviewed this property |
yes, you dont need to be on the tours, you can get a boatride , Just show up and talk to the bartender. i cant remember the price off hand, maybe 20 cucs a person but dont quote me. we usually get the older shorter gentleman... More
yes, you dont need to be on the tours, you can get a boatride , Just show up and talk to the bartender. i cant remember the price off hand, maybe 20 cucs a person but dont quote me. we usually get the older shorter gentleman whose english is fair. also we have been using a taxi (govt) gentlemans name is Tito and his english is very good and will stop anywhere for you and answer any questions you may have. 53- 52388677 is his number. call and book at least a day in advance, tell him i sent ya! Rodney
I agree with cocomojoe. Cuba isn't one for keeping to schedules and bookings may depend on availability and weather. We booked through our tour operator. That way, I knew who to speak to if I had issues.