Pick up by private car from Remedios at 14:30 h direction Cayo Las Brujas, a 1h drive through the pedraplén, a road on the sea that offers a wonderful view of a whole blue palette.
At 4:30 p.m. you will depart on a catamaran from Marina Gaviota Cayo Brujas on a romantic tour of islets in the area to watch the sunset.
Dinner on board with seafood, lobster and free bar of drinks.
Return to the marina at 9:00 p.m. A private car will drive you to Remedios.
From Remedios to Cayo Las Brujas you are approximately 1h away. On the way to Cayo Las Brujas you will pass by a 48km road over the sea, known as Pedraplén, which connects the cays with the mainland from Caibarién. Enjoying the variety of blues of the Caribbean Sea during this jorney is an incredible sensation.
From the Marina Gaviota Las Brujas the trip begins at 4:30 p.m.
On board a catamaran, and acclimated with Cuban music, you will sail next to the coast bordering the islets and beaches of Cayo Santa María. The area is a refuge for countless birds and also counts with a beautiful dolphinarium which hosts more than 15 dolphins, so you will have the opportunity to approach these incredible creatures and see their pirouettes and affectionate maneuvers.
The sailing continues, in order to live the magical and privileged experience of contemplating how the sun sets on the sea, creating a beautiful spectacle of lights, and disappears while you get the quietness of the sea.
While on the boat, the crew will offer you a dinner based on local fish and lobster.
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