Situated southward Matanzas province, the Zapata Peninsula is an important ecosystem, renowned as the Antilles’ biggest swamp. It is included in the Gran Parque Natural Montemar, highlighted by beaches Larga and Giron (perfect for diving amid coral reefs), the Laguna del Tesoro, the crocodile hatchery and Villa Guamá (imitation of an indigenous settlement). About 258 species had been reported in this area, and among them 21 are endemic. The most searched species are the Zapata sparrow, the Zapata rail and the Zapata wren. Arroyo Bermejas Fauna Refuge is known to have Cuba’s highest number of indigenous bird species, and it has been said that in one exploration-week a birder may observe about 120 different species. At CubaTravelsClub we have the expertise, the technology and the securing methods for you to book your next holidays at any of those Cuban destinations, either online or contacting us by email.