Articles tagged with Ecotourism
The Cuban Painted Snail scoops the coveted award of Mollusc of the Year 2022
A number of online news sources have published the news that Polymita Picta, or the Cuban Painted Snail, has won the prize of Mollusc of the Year 2022. Read on and find out how!
Lonely Planet recommends eight of the best hiking routes in Cuba
Travel guru Lonely Planet has published a great article highlighting eight of Cuba's best hiking routes, from forested trails to historic hideouts. Read on and find out more about some of the ones we'd definitely recommend too!
El Nicho Nature Park re-opens to international tourism
After several months of enforced hiatus due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, El Nicho Nature Park, deep in the Escambray mountains and 30 miles from the city of Cienfuegos, is due to re-open its doors to international tourism. Read on and find out more about this Caribbean paradise!
How Cuba's isolation has made it into a natural paradise
National Geographic has published an article describing how Cuba's political and geographical isolation of the last five decades have had a remarkable but unintentional benefit on the island's flora and fauna. Read on and find out how this Caribbean island's unique environment means it is home to over 3,000 endemic plant species, and how 80% of the animals are just not found elsewhere on the planet.
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