What to do in La Cienaga de Zapata

A vast, virtually uninhabited swampy wilderness spanning the entirety of southern Matanzas, the 4520-sq-km La Cienaga de Zapata quickens the pulses of wildlife-watchers and divers alike with the country's most important bird species and some of the most magical offshore reef diving secreted in its humid embrace. Most of the peninsula, a protected zone now [...]

By |November 14th, 2015|Activities, History, Nature|0 Comments

Aboriginal settlements in La Ciénaga de Zapata

Aboriginal settlements in La Ciénaga de Zapata La Ciénaga de Zapata ecosystem humeral is one of the more important karstic areas of the Cuban archipelago. With an area of 4 230 km2, include the marsh and swamp zones of the eastern and western ciénagas. The genesis and evolution of the karst of La Ciénaga de [...]

By |May 7th, 2015|History|0 Comments

Green island, Cuba

Green island, Cuba. The riches of Cuba extend far beyond its beaches and colonial towns. The country offers an incredibly rich and diverse panorama of places where history and nature are spectacularly combined. [/fusion_text] In the eastern Sierra del Rosario mountains, a biosphere reserve, one may discover the old coffee plantations [...]

By |May 1st, 2015|History|0 Comments

La Ciénaga de Zapata. Genuine paradise

In La Cienaga de Zapata happens as, when you go to sea, that time slows down and things lose their relative importance. Nostalgic people the same as neophytes will feel astonished in the face of this sociocultural and alive “fossil” because of the pace of life and the deep spirit of old Cuban days. You’ll [...]

By |April 30th, 2015|History|0 Comments