La Cueva del Indio (Indio Cave), in Pinar del Rio, it was discovered in the decade of 1920, it presents paintings and there have been discovered remains of the utensils and funerals of Pre-Columbian cultures.
The Indio Cave (La Cueva del Indio), crossed by the San Juan river, partly navigable are the delight of its visitors, is a cavern that reaches up to 300 meters of extension.
Viñales : Valley of Viñales, unquestionably, this is one of the parts of Cuba that is best known internationally. UNESCO has declared the Valley of Viñales to be a part of world culture and the area being protected by constitution since February 1976, it’s also declared a national monument in October 1978.
It is surrounded by pincushion hills which contain many caves and underground rivers. Their caves have indelible traces of the earliest inhabitants of the island and African slaves arrived after the conquest, six of them have valuable paintings.
The Valle de Viñales National Park has the largest cave system in Cuba.
Tourism centred on the Viñales Valley is developing and there are three hotels located a few kilometres outside of town, rated three stars: La Ermita, Los Jazmines, and Rancho Horizontes San Vicente.
The campismo Dos Hermanas be composing of 54 cabins (available to tourists), a swimming pool and restaurant.