Those who have been to Cuba know that in addition to an incredibly rich culture and history, the island is home to a a stunning natural landscape and ecology, which extends to its waters.
The Cuban marine reefs are the healthiest and best preserved in the Caribbean, due to a mix of environmental policy planning and limited coastal industry.
Good thing too, as Cuba’s waters are a “linchpin” in the ecology of the greater Caribbean, including the biodiversity of U.S. marine environments. Read more from a fascinating article by the Nature Conservancy: bit.ly/1pQ6kWB.
Want to learn more about attitudes, policies, and the successes and challenges of preserving the environment in Cuba? Join us on one of our delegations to witness the beauty of the island and to meet with the farmers, environmental experts, and Cubans who love and enjoy the natural environment.