30 rare species in a Biosphere Reserve
Meet the Cuban crocodile.
This area has been classified as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO since 1999. Water is the main ecological factor that conditions the characteristics of its complex ecosystems. Around 30 rare or endangered species coexist in this wetland. Here live species such as the Cuban crocodile in the world's most restricted habitat, for whose protection and development there is an internationally recognized scientific breeding ground, and the Manjuari fish, considered a living fossil. Points of interest during your visit can be: the Hatiguanico River, the Treasure Lagoon, the Cradle of Crocodiles, the Cave of the Fish, and the Girón Beach Museum.