The Place and The People
Cuba is a world unto itself when it comes to conservation. Despite being so close to the U.S., Cuba has remained largely isolated from the primary sources of pollution – pesticides, agricultural runoff, & large scale development. Coupled with government conservation efforts, Cuba has been dubbed “the accidental Eden”.
Starting in Havana, uncover the vast Cuban countryside and the natural beauty that it holds. From lush tropical valleys where traditional agricultural practices are still used to tropical offshore islands with some of the most well-preserved reefs in the region, you will have a the chance to see a place stuck in time.