Cueva De Saturno, Varadero
Cueva De Saturno, Varadero - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Varadero, Cuba
Ticket Price: 5 CUC
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Cave, Family And Kids, Adventure, Water Sport, Scuba, Snorkeling
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About Cueva De Saturno, Varadero
The Cueva de Saturno is a great cave to scuba dive and snorkel. It offers one-of-a-kind experiences of swimming and diving in a cave around stalactites and stalagmites. It is situated close to the Juan Gualberto Gomez International airport, one kilometer south of Via Blanca.
The water in the cave is warm enough to swim and although it has a maximum depth of 22 meters, it also offers shallower spots. Visit these caves to experience the out of the world feeling of swimming crystal clear waters f the Caribbean.
Cueva De Saturno Information
- One can rent scuba and snorkeling equipment at reasonable rates at the rental post in the caves.
- Do remember to carry your swim suit and towels.
- The caves get crowded when hoards of visitors arrive on the jeep and bus tours.
- Wear comfortable clothing and sports shoes if you plan to discover the caves by foot.
How To reach Cueva De Saturno by Public Transport
- To avoid the crowds, you can choose to hire a taxi that will cost appx CUC$35.
- Go on the jeep safari tours that also take you to other interesting places in Varadero.
- Hiring Vintage taxis is also an available.
Restaurants Near Cueva De Saturno
- There is a snack bar at the caves that serves refreshments and beer.
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Cueva De Saturno, Varadero Reviews
GORGEOUS PLACE! Clearest water you’ve ever seen! Naturally a bit cold, but easy to get used to. They’ve also built a wooden deck around the bottom naturally-occurring rocky structures to access the cave’s pool with greater ease.
Plan your visit and inquire ahead of time with people who have been here recently. Although the place is well described online for its snorkeling and diving activities, there was nothing when i visited in December. Not sure if it was because of holiday season but all activities had stopped. No equipment rentals either except for life jackets. The cave nonetheless is still beautiful and the water is clear and fresh. It is worth a one time visit especially if you are experiencing cave water for the first time.
Amazing place, absolutely beautiful and nice for spending a good while there with or without the family. The cold, refreshing, and crystal clear water from the cave takes away all the heat from the brief walk into it.
The best part of my trip was the CAVE diving. Fresh water perfect temperature and just an amazing site to see. I love Cuba
Super fat cool place! Def must see! And the feeling when you dive underwater and you are able to see to the bottom of 22 metres... Priceless!