The largest island of the Antilles, tourist destination in the Caribbean region, has a strong commitment to diversity to meet the growing demand of tourists who come each year to the Caribbean island.
After the end of the summer season, the Cuban sector of leisure prepares for influx of tourists from colder climates like migratory birds that are aimed at Cuba, away from the cruel winter.
Cuba open to receive these tourists, wants, however, taking care of one of its most precious treasures: its living nature.
Biosphere nature reserves, national parks and protected areas make up an extensive network of offers, marked by its wealth, excellent preservation and unique features that distinguish the region.
From Cuban agencies, are promoting tourism programs related to the environment that are part of the strategy to ensure sustainable development of the leisure industry.
In collaboration with hotel groups investing in Cuba, such as BlueBay Group, many initiatives are being promoted for tourists interested in activities involved with nature.
Through these programs, guests can appreciate the rich natural heritage of the island, its flora and fauna and tastes of the local cuisine. The Green Tour includes visits to protected areas, in which they can enjoy the beaches, dunes and lush coastal vegetation.