Monday, January 8, 2018
Havana.- The Caguanes National Park, in central Cuba, is an excellent site to develop nature tourism.
The park, which has an area of 20,488 hectares (including 17,000 hectares at sea) has conditions to breed endemic animal and plant species.
In addition, tourists can visit places of high cultural and historic values, including archeological sites with aboriginal drawings and places with beautiful landscapes.
That natural safe haven was one of the most-populated areas by aboriginal communities more than 2,000 years ago, according to 16 prehistoric paintings found on nearly 30 murals.
The park has residual hills that resulted in a group of keys where carsic dissolution has created more than 80 caverns.