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January 26, 2012 A tourist swims in a lagoon at the entrance of La Cueva de los Peces (Cave of the Fish) near the Bay of Pigs. The Arab Spring, changes in US policy and economic reforms are driving a tourist rush that is giving Cuba one of its best seasons and stretching its ability to accommodate demand. Reuters

Cuba :) -- also, it's world water day, check out all the pics - fascinating

Into the light - Vinales, Pinar del Rio, Cuba http://www.cuba-junky.com/pinar-del-rio/vinales-home.htm

Into the light - Vinales, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. Really cool caverns!

At just 25 CUC per person, the excursion includes the bus ride to the cave and a free bar for the whole evening. While the La Cueva Del Jabali closes at 2.30am daily some buses will remain until later and there’s always a ride home. Experience a real Cuban band, Cabaret Dancing then later on, the whole place turns into an excellent disco

At just 25 CUC per person, the excursion includes the bus ride to the cave and a free bar for the whole evening. While the La Cueva Del Jabali closes at 2.30am daily some buses will remain until later and there’s always a ride home. Experience a real Cuban band, Cabaret Dancing then later on, the whole place turns into an excellent disco

Cuevas de Bellamar

Tourists in the Cuevas de Bellamar, Matanzas, Cuba

The Bellamar Cave (Cuba)

10 Amazing Grottoes & Caves - grottoes, mexican crystal caves

The Bellamar Cave disco verde 166 yrs ago. Outskirts of Matanzas.

La Cueva Del Jabali has a massive porthole type roof to see the stars. Remember to dress lightly as it gets hot and humid in the cave as the night progresses.

La Cueva Del Jabali has a massive porthole type roof to see the stars. Remember to dress lightly as it gets hot and humid in the cave as the night progresses.

Valle de Viñales, Cuba. (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

The Viñales valley is encircled by mountains and its landscape is interspersed with dramatic rocky outcrops. (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

A scuba diver enters a cave in La Cueva de los Peces (Cave of the Fish) along the coast of Playa Giron, near the Bay of Pigs, 160 km (99 miles) south-east of Havana, in central Cuba January 24, 2012. The Arab Spring, changes in U.S. policy and economic reforms at home are driving a tourist rush that is giving communist-run Cuba one of its best seasons ever and stretching its ability to accommodate demand. Cuba just completed its best year for tourism with 2.7 million visitors in 2011, and…

A scuba diver enters a cave in La Cueva de los Peces (Cave of the Fish) along the coast of Playa Giron, near the Bay of Pigs, 160 km miles) south-east of Havana

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