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Activities in Cuba Naturaleza

With an insular platform whose dimensions reach continental scales, the diving has in Cuba one of the most attractive scenarios in the Caribbean. The waters surrounding the Cuban archipelago are warm with an average annual temperature above 24°C, mild tides and no strong currents. Standing on a large, exuberant and totally virgin coral reef, Cuba is a sunken paradise for those with a passion for diving.

Cuba has 16 scuba Diving and Snorkeling centers, located along the coasts, which offer over 500 diving and 360 snorkeling sites ... Canyoning it is outdoors a modality of sport adventure, it consists, as their name it indicates, in descending along the natural cuts that there is in the mountain, produced, almost always, for the erosion of the water ... Bird watching is an activity that contribute considerable scientific-economic benefits to several countries of clean ecosystems ... The best Climbing region is the western province of Pinar del Río, primarily in Viñales Valley's National Park ... Cuba is an exceptional scenario for those who want to go Fishing in the Caribbean

You can discover Cuba in your own way with the help of the Lonely Planet Guide Book. Rich in biodiversity, you will discover the vast and vibrant world of birds, all found in the Birds of Cuba, considered the best and most reliable book in its field. However, for the adrenaline junky, climbing in Cuba could give you a holiday of real excitement! Thanks to the copious amounts of locations and routes, all listed in the Cuba Climbing Guide Book.

Diving

Standing on a large, exuberant and totally virgin coral reef, Cuba is a sunken paradise for those with a passion for diving. Cuba has 16 scuba diving and Snorkeling centers, located along the coasts, which offer over 500 diving and 360 snorkeling sites, featuring spectacular underwater scenery, for example: María la Gorda, Cayo Levisa, El Colony y Cayo Largo del Sur ... more about diving in cuba naturaleza.

Bird Watching

The bird watching is an activity that contribute considerable scientific-economic benefits to several countries of clean ecosystems. Cuban birds included 25 endemic species which are a valuable treasure that the birders. There are amazing locations for the birdwatchers in Cuba such as: Sierra del Rosario (Pinar del Río), Cienaga de Zapata amd the the North Wetland in Ciego de Avila ... more about bird watching in cuba naturaleza.

Canyoning

The canyoning it is outdoors a modality of sport adventure, it consists, as their name it indicates, in descending along the natural cuts that there is in the mountain, produced, almost always, for the erosion of the water. This nature activitiy has found in Cuba phenomenal places for its practice as the worldwide well-known Caburni in the Topes de Collantes National Park, the Salton in the Sierra Maestra ... more about canyoning in cuba naturaleza.

Climbing

The best climbing region is the western province of Pinar del Río, primarily in Viñales Valley's National Park; other ideal climbing locations are Escaleras de Jaruco and the entire mountain range stretching from the southern coast of Santiago de Cuba to Baracoa. Climbers are advised to bring their own sports equipment, as this type of equipment cannot be rented, a result of the country's economic situation. The best season for this activity is between the months of October and April when the island's climate Cuba is relatively cooler.... more about climbing in cuba naturaleza.

Fishing

Cuba is an exceptional scenario for those who want to go fishing in the Caribbean, species of small and larger size cohabit in the Cuban seas, enriched by stable currents of warm temperatures and an abundant geography. Among the best location for fishing we can name Lake Hanabanilla, Cienaga de Zapata, Lake Zaza and Cayo Largo .... more about fishing in cuba naturaleza.
 
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