Experience | Bird watching
Birdwatching is a very interesting modality that consists, as its name indicates, in the appreciation of wild birds, their songs, their morphological characteristics, behavior and habitat.

Those who decide to join this adventure will have the pleasure of contemplating more than 350 species of birds, 26 of them endemic to Cuba. Whether for their melodious song or the beauty of their plumage, the following birds stand out among others: the Cuban trogon, the Zapata wren, the bee hummingbird (the smallest bird in the world), the Cuban tody and Zapata sparrow.

The sites that are ideal for bird watching on the island are Viñales National Park and Mil Cumbres Managed Resources Area in Pinar del Río, Zapata Peninsula Biosphere Reserve in Matanzas, Limones de Tuabaquey Ecological Reserve in Camagüey, Alejandro de Humboldt National Park in Holguín and Guantánamo and Cayo Coco Ecological Reserve in Ciego de Ávila.