An Introduction to Cuba

Exploring and Living in Cuba

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Mango TreePlants and wildlife abound in Cuba. There are over 8,000 species of plants, 200 species of butterflies and around 300-bird species. There are no poisonous species in Cuba. The island’s lakes are home to quail, pheasant and migratory ducks. The Zapata Peninsula, near the Bay of Pigs, is a prime bird-watching area. The Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, which surround the island, teem with marine life. There over 900 species — including swordfish, lobster and squid—and 400 kinds of mollusks. The country also has one of the world’s most important coral barriers — a diver’s paradise.


Official Guide to
Cuban Spanish

Official Guide to Cuban Spanish

For those who want to communicate with the locals and to develop basic Spanish survival skills, purchase our one-of-a-kind eBook which includes Cuban slang in English


"I always keep this book on my tablet so that I can maneuver through Cuba’s linguistic maze."

Max Gómez, Cuba Scout, Travel Expert

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