Villa Guama in Cuba is located on the far side of Laguna del Tesoro or in English Treasure Lake, from Boca de Guama in Matanzas. Boats wait in Boca de Guama to take travelers across the lake, which is the only access to the resort. Villa Guama is uniquely designed to resemble an Indian Village and named after Guama a Taino, an Indian warrior who led a rebellion against the Spanish in the 16th Century.
The Guama Hotel & Resort consists of a number of thatched roof huts, which look very rustic from the outside but are actually quite nice inside and come complete with air conditioning. The Village Guama complex is spread over a number of islands, and the whole area is very lush and green with palm trees and well maintained grounds. There are also simple sculptures of warriors spread out through the camp.
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