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Tropical mountain scenery
Historically significant sites
Tropical birds and butterflies
Off the beaten track trekking
"So different, lovely people and rich proud culture, beautiful architecture and stunning scenery, an amazing history and beautiful weather."
Private transport from Santiago to Santo Domingo, hotel (D)
Drive from Alto de Naranjo, with visit to La Platica ecological community en route. Return to Santo Domingo, hotel (B,L,D)
Return to Santiago by private transport (B)
2 nights accommodation in Villa Santo Domingo, shared room, all meals included (picnic lunch), one full day trek to La Comandancia and La Platica, and one half day trek around Santo Domingo. Air-conditioned transport to/from Santiago de Cuba to Santo Domingo (3.5 hours each way), specialist guides, national park entry fee and a bilingual tour leader are included.
International flights (we can look at these for you), tips, international or domestic flights, soft or alcoholic drinks, personal items.
Prices From $505 / £404 per person
2019 price based on two travelling together.
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2nd September, 2020 10:07 am
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