Mount Cabaniguán is located in the eastern province of Las Tunas, in the Cauto River Delta, being the second most important in Cuba. With more than 14 thousand hectares of forests, savannas, mangroves and wetlands that it has, this site is ideal for scientific research and the practice of ecotourism. It has more than 32 species of birds: ospreys, flamingos, herons, seagulls, cateyes, tocororos, pigeons and green woodpeckers that you will have the opportunity to observe during your visit.
One of the most important agglomerations of the crocodile acutus (also known as the American crocodile, needle crocodile or long-nosed crocodile) in the world is also found in this protected area, declared a Ramsar site, for its ecological values, an honorary title awarded to the most conserved wetlands.
Location: Jobabo, Las Tunas, Cuba.