We transfer by private bus to the city of art of Cienfuegos. Once there, it is possible to visit Trinidad during the afternoon. After that, we will move to the Cienfuegos Marina, where the catamaran will be waiting for us to embark.
We will leave early in the morning and sail until we reach Cayo Guano, a small island inhabited only by fareros. We will take advantage of its magnificent natural environment to dive among the reefs. We will eat and head to Cayo Largo, where we will spend the night on board near a lonely and paradisiacal beach.
During this day we can enjoy the turquoise waters of Cayo Largo. If we are lucky, we can fish several lobsters that will be part of our menu for the rest of the trip. We will navigate the island and anchor on its west side, a quiet bay where time seems to pass peacefully.
We will sail from the bay to a nearby reef, whose great underwater life makes it an ideal environment for us to practice diving. Then we will head to Cayo Rosario, a paradisiacal place for its turquoise waters and its silent atmosphere, perfect area to anchor and spend the rest of the day before overnight on board.
We will spend the day navigating several keys in the area, all uninhabited. Then we will go back to Cayo Largo and we will moor in port, going down to land to refuel water and also do some shopping if necessary.
We will visit one of the beaches recognized as the best in the world, where we will eat anchored. During the afternoon we will sail to Cayo Inglés, a relaxing place where we will spend the night.
We will spend the morning diving in the Cayo Inglés reef. Later we will head to Cienfuegos, but not before making a small stop to dive. After that, we will return to the Cienfuegos Marina, share a last dinner and spend the night on the ship.
We disembark at Cienfuegos and we will head to Havana, ending our trip.
The itineraries are indicative and may vary according to the weather conditions and according to the criteria of the skipper who is responsible for the safety of the crew.