Cuba Herpetology & Natural History 2019

Cuba Herpetology & Natural History 2019

The Caribbean Conservation Trust (CCT) is offering an exclusive U.S.-led and managed herpetology and natural history excursion to Cuba. The program is coordinated under U.S. government authorization through Connecticut-based CCT, which is proud of its 23 year history managing bird conservation / travel programs in Cuba.

Eastern Cuba Nature & Culture 2019

Eastern Cuba Nature & Culture 2019

Our program begins in Holguin, on Cuba’s northeast coast following a direct flight from Miami. Our arrival day in Cuba includes airport transfer, a meeting with our guide, our hotel and dinner just outside Holguin. In addition to birding, we will learn about the ecology and history of the regions we visit.

Winter Warblers and Endemics Birds 2020

Winter Warblers and Endemics Birds 2020

CCT designed this itinerary to take you to Cuba’s finest bird habitats, most beautiful national parks, diverse biosphere reserves, and unique natural areas. We will interact with local scientists and naturalists who work in research and conservation. In addition to birding, we will learn about the ecology and history of regions we visit.

Bird Survey with Indiana Audubon

Bird Survey with Indiana Audubon

Private Event Indiana Audubon 2020 Cuba Birding Tour February 13-22, 2020 Cuba’s Western Mountains, Zapata Peninsula, Northern Archipelago, and Escambray Valley NOTE: THIS TRIP IS CURRENTLY FULL!  Email us to inquire about being placed on the list for a possible...
Bird Survey with Indiana Audubon

Indiana Audubon 2020 Cuba Birding Tour II

Indiana Audubon 2020 Cuba Birding Tour II February 29- March 10, 2020 Cuba’s Western Mountains, Zapata Peninsula, Northern Archipelago, and Escambray Valley You are invited on an exclusive Indiana Audubon Society authorized birding tour to Cuba! The program is managed...
Eastern Cuba Spring Migration and Endemic Birds 2020

Eastern Cuba Spring Migration and Endemic Birds 2020

CCT designed this Spring Migration for 2020 itinerary to take you to Cuba’s finest bird habitats, most beautiful national parks, diverse biosphere reserves, and unique natural areas. We will interact with local scientists and naturalists who work in research and conservation. In addition to birding, we will learn about the ecology and history of regions we visit.

Eastern Cuba Nature & Culture 2019

Western Cuba Birding & Natural History 2020

While there will be daily opportunities for birding on this trip, our focus expands to include a range of Cuban fauna and flora, and the ecology and history of regions we visit. At different intervals throughout the program we will hear from Cuban experts about the natural relationship of Cuban species of birds, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, as well as arachnids (spiders) and insects and other invertebrates such as mollusks and butterflies. We will enjoy opportunities to swim and snorkel as well and encounter some of Cuba’s interesting marine life in a safe, natural habitat.