Cuba is a remarkable destination for wildlife enthusiasts, offering a diverse range of ecosystems and a unique blend of Caribbean and Latin American biodiversity. The island's pristine landscapes, from its lush rainforests to coastal wetlands provide a safe haven for a wide variety of wildlife. Cuba birding is fascinating and birdwatchers will be delighted to spot numerous species, from the endemic Cuban tody to the Cuban black hawk. The island's coastal areas are home to nesting sea turtles, while its coral reefs overflow with marine life, making it a prime destination for snorkelling and diving to observe colorful schools of fish, sponges, and possible even encounters with gentle manatees.
The Zapata Peninsula, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that we visit on some tours, is one of the best places in the Caribbean to witness an array of bird species, amphibians, and reptiles in their natural habitat. With commitment to environmental conservation and its pristine landscapes, Cuba makes an excellent destination for anyone seeking to experience the beauty of wildlife in its natural setting. You'll be in awe of the diversity of wildlife from from the shores of the Caribbean all the way to the islands interior on our Cuba nature tours.