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Small indian village reconstructed to former conditions. Accessible via riverboat from reception close to the crocodile farm. There is a small souvenir shop and restaurant, where you can taste crocodile meat.
My girlfriend n my two sister n me walk to around see funny zulu people n hut lots palm tree. Seem ok just interesting look if you n partner try go it worth it look around plus pineapple or colona rum 5 peso CUC
Visited as part of a trip to Playa Larga. Nice boat ride and pretty site sadly we must have got there late around 3pm as most of the indigenous characters were gown and the shops closed. Would recommend going earlier in the day.
We went by motorboat to this village with attractive scenery en route. Our guide took us to the various statues which portrayed how these people lived. We also passed through one of the huts where there were people dressed as these indigenous people and marked...More
Drive was a great way to see different areas. Had many structures which showed the lives of the Indigenous people. People who worked at the site gave examples of the cultural practices-- was very interesting to see. For those of us who want to travel...More