Nature of Cuba


The tropical, humid and semi-continental climate of Cuba gives it a natural diversity that is reflected in its regions. Cuba’s nature is made of coastal, mountains, semi-deserted ecosystems; plains, rivers, caves and valleys paint the Cuban geography with multiple colors. National parks, botanic gardens, heritages, protected areas are populated by a colorful flora and fauna, with a rich history in every species. 

Bird watching, hiking, diving, sports fishing, outdoor horseback riding, caving, mountain biking or rural tourism, are some of the multiple options that the tourist destinations of Cuba, depending on their potential, offer to the visitors that seeks direct contact with nature.

Cuba's Eastern Region Nature