If It’s On­board, Bet­ter Do it with Mar­lin

THE ON­GOING YEAR CO­MES JAM-PACKED WITH NEW OPTIONS TO PUT VISITORS CLO­SER TO THE NA­TU­RE OF TRO­PI­CAL BEA­CHES

Excelencias Turísticas del caribe y las Américas - - Tendencia / Trendsetters -

ACa­rib­bean Sea dot­ted with hun­dreds of un­tap­ped keys, whi­te-sand bea­ches and co­ral re­efs is what you'll see every sin­gle day if you ma­de up your mind to spend your va­ca­tions with the choi­ces of­fe­red at Isa­be­la de Sa­gua Char­ter Ba­se. Li­fe“on­board”is the top pro­duct Mar­lin puts at your dis­po­sal, and with that view in mind, the com­pany has pie­ced to­get­her a spe­cia­li­zed team that will stay with you every step of the way.

The ca­ta­ma­ran ri­de from Isa­be­la to Es­qui­vel Key is one of the most sought-af­ter of­fers. This is a pa­ra­di­sia­cal lo­ca­tion fit­ted out with a sta­te-of-the-art in­ter­na­tio­nal scu­ba di­ving cen­ter and nau­ti­cal point.

CLO­SER TO CU­BA

In 2018, Mar­lin joins hands with Li­gis­print S.L., a Spa­nish com­pany, in a bid to gi­ve you a dif­fe­rent view of one of the world's fi­nest bea­ches: Marina Dar­se­na in Va­ra­de­ro is the star­ting block of a rou­te that will ta­ke you clo­ser to the pe­nin­su­la's his­tory. At the end of the ad­ven­tu­re, you could en­joy a din­ner right at sun­set, which al­so in­clu­ded a stroll along the sho­re­li­ne.

If you're sta­ying in Va­ra­de­ro, Mar­lin in­vi­tes you to ta­ke a grand tour to the Za­pa­ta Marsh­lands and pay a vi­sit to the cro­co­di­le bree­ding grounds the­re, let alo­ne the chan­ce to scour na­tu­ral trails and do so­me snor­ke­ling.

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