There are several large, well-known caves in and around Viñales, Cuba as well as many that are smaller and less popular.
On a guided walk through the tobacco farms we had the option to explore a small cave. After descending a few meters from the farmland, our guide Richard, lead us through a narrow opening in the limestone. We all grabbed our small flashlights as we were assured the passage would open up and become a less claustrophobic scramble to the other end.
I’m not a big fan of caves, but this one was just my size … ten minutes long.
The way out
Richard hugs his son as our tour ended.