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Cayo Saetía: Nature in Eastern Cuba

Cuba, which has a unique flora and fauna due to its tropical climate, benefits from its nature to develop tourist options linked to the environment. The programs linked to nature attract more foreign tourists every year, due to the existence of a wide range of options. In eastern Cuba, Cayo Saetía, located at the entrance of the Bay of Nipe is a special place and is considered the country's largest game preserve with several species of animals. In its 42 square kilometers, the islet shows more than 50 percent of its territory covered by forests, which protect a diverse fauna consisting of white-tail deer, zebras and antelopes. Hunting on Cayo Saetía is performed under strict compliance of national and international regulations to prevent damaging the local habitat, protect biodiversity and preserve the natural environment. Designed as a Natural Park, Cayo Saetía is a pristine area that has not been touched by humans, so it has its original flora and fauna. That way, visitors can visit all areas of the islets on appropriate vehicles and see boars, buffalos, peacocks, zebras, antelopes, Cuban trogons, hutias and wild bulls. The islet also has specialized protection, equipment, guides and well-defined trails, although weapons can be exchange for cameras as it is a one-of-a-kind paradise that invites you to take pictures of the most beautiful natural landscapes. Additionally, diving enthusiasts can dive in a coral reef that surrounds the islet, in crystal-clear waters that bathe a coast of white fine sand where rocks provide a singular attraction and different shades of colors in a dozen beaches. The amenities in the cabanas that provide accommodation to tourists are complemented by the country's largest game preserve due to the existence of several animal species. Therefore, traditional sun and beach options are complemented by sports hunting on Cayo Saetía, which is an example of the natural wealth of Holguín, where valleys and mountains are combined with a unique flora and fauna that includes Cuba's national bird, the Cuban trogon (tocororo), accompanied by woodpeckers, parrots, macaw and even wild horses.

Cayo Saetía. Pier
Cayo Saetía. Buffalo
Cayo Saetía. Smorgasbord

Cuba, which has a unique flora and fauna due to its tropical climate, benefits from its nature to develop tourist options linked to the environment. The programs linked to nature attract more foreign tourists every year, due to the existence of a wide range of options. In eastern Cuba, Cayo Saetía, located at the entrance of the Bay of Nipe is a special place and is considered the country's largest game preserve with several species of animals. In its 42 square kilometers, the islet shows more than 50 percent of its territory covered by forests, which protect a diverse fauna consisting of white-tail deer, zebras and antelopes. Hunting on Cayo Saetía is performed under strict compliance of national and international regulations to prevent damaging the local habitat, protect biodiversity and preserve the natural environment. Designed as a Natural Park, Cayo Saetía is a pristine area that has not been touched by humans, so it has its original flora and fauna. That way, visitors can visit all areas of the islets on appropriate vehicles and see boars, buffalos, peacocks, zebras, antelopes, Cuban trogons, hutias and wild bulls. The islet also has specialized protection, equipment, guides and well-defined trails, although weapons can be exchange for cameras as it is a one-of-a-kind paradise that invites you to take pictures of the most beautiful natural landscapes. Additionally, diving enthusiasts can dive in a coral reef that surrounds the islet, in crystal-clear waters that bathe a coast of white fine sand where rocks provide a singular attraction and different shades of colors in a dozen beaches. The amenities in the cabanas that provide accommodation to tourists are complemented by the country's largest game preserve due to the existence of several animal species. Therefore, traditional sun and beach options are complemented by sports hunting on Cayo Saetía, which is an example of the natural wealth of Holguín, where valleys and mountains are combined with a unique flora and fauna that includes Cuba's national bird, the Cuban trogon (tocororo), accompanied by woodpeckers, parrots, macaw and even wild horses.

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