Caves in Cuba
Some caves in Cuba served as hideouts for famous communists, like Portals Cave in the La Güira National Park that Che Guevara used as his headquarters during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Cuba’s caves also provide information about indigenous Cubans – check out the Taíno artifacts in the Paradise Caves Archeological Museum, or the underwater river in the Indian Cave in the Valley de Viñales. Cuba also has caves in remarkable locations, like the underwater caves at María La Gorda where visitors can go on exciting scuba diving expeditions.
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