Cuba Guider
Duration: +/- 3 hours
Location: Banes
Price: 45 CUC / PACKAGE DEAL
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BRIEFING
Experience the life our ancient ancestors had and learn about the conditions they had to endure to persist and transcend through centuries. You will get to be an active participant in some recreational rituals they used to perform as an inherent expression of self-explanation from nature phenomenons as procreation, weather changes, harvest and medicine. Learn about ancestors’ daily life, the objects, the primitive and archaic technology they used to develop themselves from simple separated communities to what we are today as civilization. Breathe in the very roots of mankind’s earliest stages. This tour will liven up the wild animal within you. This is one life time experience to touch humanity’s past and inhabitants.
WAY POINTS
Chorro de Maíta Village and  (extra entry fee 5cuc/client)   |   Museum (extra entry fee 2cuc/client)  |   Boca de Samá Bay

 

Morning:

Pick up at resort at your request; drive the country side road to Chorro de Maíta museum, do some sightseeing, enjoy the thematic show and learn about aborigines’ life and customs.

Luncheon:

Have lunch at a private restaurant located in the area (optional). Enjoy the good music and rest before continuing with the itinerary.

Afternoon:

Continue to Boca de Samá Bay for a visit and sightsee the whole fishermen’s village. Return to resort when you feel ready or make a dinner reservation at a private restaurant (optional).

DISCLAIMER PG-13
There’s partial nudity while performing the thematic show   |   The skeletons exhibited in the Museum are real
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Picture time after the thematic show

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Boca de sama's wooden dock

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'Bohio' used by native people to do domestic work

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Meeting between the 'Cacique', 'Behique' and two well-respected warriors

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Briefing of the museum's guide

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'Conuco' exhibiting a native person while doing farm work

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Burial place exhibiting 62 well preserved skeletons, pottery and common artifacts

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Offerings to the Gods to achieve excellent harvest and wealth

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Worship place with different offerings

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Behique's healing ritual

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Idol which represents 'life' and 'death' surrounded by offerings

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