Cuba offers an explosion of natural splendor; from eastern keys, where you’ll find stunning underwater and beach landscapes and Cuba’s national parks.
The island of Cuba is like a boat that floats around the Caribbean collecting the most spectacular nature in the area.
This fertile island offers an explosion of natural splendor; from eastern keys, where you’ll find stunning underwater and beach landscapes, to Cuba’s national parks, declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, the country is a model for nature preservation.
Cuba has a long history of making special efforts to protect its natural environment; The Sierra de Cristal National Park was registered as such in 1930, Zapata Swamp was declared a National Hunting and Fishing Refuge in 1933, and three years later a national flamingo reserve was created in Camaguey...
In 1944, the Cuban government created the Ministry of Science, Technology and the environment, which is currently responsible for managing Cuba’s natural parks.
Cuba is not only beaches and salsa music; its exciting variety of protected natural landscapes offers visitors stunning scenery that is just waiting to be experienced. Join us and explore Cuba’s rich natural environment.