Located only 45miles from Havana, Cuba, Las Terrazas National Park offers a wide variety of experiences from tours to coffee plantations, bird watching trails, zip wire canopy tours and visits to Soroa and Candelaria tours.
Las Terrazas National Park was once a defrosted landscape of grassland in western Cuba but is now a local biosphere reserve since 1985 by UNESCO. You can see more than 120 species of both migratory and endemic species of birds to Cuba.
Las Terrazas is in the heart of the Sierra del Rosario World Biosphere Reserve. The Sierra del Rosario World Biosphere Reserve has an ecological research station, and carries out activities for students, children, and young adults for Las Terrazas Community circling around the environment.
Las Terrazas community was founded in 1971, helping tourism through Las Terrazas Complex, allowing tourist activity since 1994 and helping conservation and building heritage.
Las Terrazas offers different accommodations while in Cuba from the Moka Hotel, Community rooms to rustic Cabins to the more adventurous option of tenting to be one with nature and adventure.
Owen traveled to Las Terrazas National Park in March of 2019. Owen has photographed the Cuban Oriole, Cuban Northern Flicker, Cuban Pewee, Northern Mockingbird, Yellow-headed Warbler, and many others.
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© Adrian Ross
Birds found here
Cuban Northern Flicker