Bird watching in Cuba
We are not currently booking bird watching tours. Below is only an example for people who wish to do a self guided tour.
Cuba Travel U.S.A. took our first birdwatchers to Cuba in 1977. Cuba offers a vast quantity of bird life for our clients. Cuba is the home for more than 350 different species of birds. The experts we took to Cuba had their best days ever. You can do the same!
Day 1....Arrive at the Jose Marti International Airport in Havana and be met by an American representative of Cuba Travel U.S.A. and one of the Cuba's finest interpreter/tour guides who will be with you for the remainder of your stay in Cuba. Your first night will be spent at the Havana Libre Hotel in downtown Havana. Your first evening is free to do as you please.
Day 2....this day will be spent traveling through Varadero Beach in route to the Zapata Swamp area, Bermeas, and the El Roble Pan Duro area. There will be extensive bird-watching and a visit to a Cuban Museum, plus an end of the day visit to the Bay of Pigs.
Day 3....Bird-watching at Guama and Treasure Lake. Then on to Los Sabalos for the Long Point Bird Observatory's handling station.
Day 4....Bueanaventura the entrance point to Zapata Swamp National Park, and on to the Salinas and Los Canales.
Day 5....All day at the Zapata Swamp...bird watching in this huge expanse.
Day 6....Additional day of bird-watching. In the afternoon, return to Havana for a day of sight-seeing, including a visit to Old Havana, a UNESCO world heritage site. Visits include Palacia de Artisans, Plaza de la Catedral, El Morro Castle and the Bodegita del Medio.
Day 7....Early morning departure for Parque National La Guira (about 100 miles from Havana in Pinar del Rio Province.) Afternoon return to Havana. Visit the Marina Hemingway and check out Papas' Bar with mojitos in honor of Ernest Hemingway.
Day 8.....Transfer to the Jose Marti International Airport for your flight back home.
|We started taking Americans to Cuba in 1977. Thus far we have taken over 20,000 and none of them have had any problems, either with the Cuban government or the U.S. government. Our friends at the Center for Constitutional Rights has advised us to tell our clients that if any of them ever have trouble with the U.S. government over travel to Cuba that they will provide "free" lawyers and "free" legal defense no matter where that client lives in the U.S. Can't beat that! If you know the secrets, and we invented most of them, you won't have problems. Give us a call at Cuba Travel U.S.A., and let us tell you how you can go bird watching in Cuba.|