The long coral reef as well as the few wrecks and underwater caves make Cayo Largo an ideal destination for snorkeling enthusiasts! Refer to your destination representative to book a catamaran excursion to one of the many prime spots where you can admire the unique underwater life of the area.
Take advantage of your stay in Cayo Largo to visit the popular Turtle Hatchery located very close to the marina. The team’s mandate is to preserve the different turtle species present in Cuba’s waters. You can take a tour and a guide will explain to you in detail the process of turtle breeding. A very interesting visit!
Cayo Largo's temperature is typically a few degrees warmer than that on the Island of Cuba, making it one of the favorite destinations for travelers. Who says heat says beaches. Cayo Largo will certainly seduce the biggest fans of idyllic beaches with its long white sand beaches and crystal clear waters.
Some beaches in Cayo Largo allow their users to leave their swimsuit in the suitcase for a tan without lines! The Iberostar Playa Blanca, as many others, reserves a section of the beach for its customers wishing to enjoy it in their Adam and Eve attire.
There are two types of currency available in Cuba: the Cuban Peso (currency used by Cubans) and the Convertible Cuban Peso (currency used by tourists). Canadian travelers are advised to bring Canadian dollars which can be exchanged on site for local currency.
Voltage is 220V in most hotels. If your devices only work on 110V, be sure to bring a converter.
Electrical outlets are generally able to accommodate flat plugs (such as those used in North America) and round pin plugs (such as those used in Europe). On the other hand, remember that some older hotels can only take round pin plugs. Please remember to bring a power adapter and a converter.
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