Cuba Herpetology & Natural History 2019
September 29 – October 7/8, 2019
Cuba’s Wild Western Peninsula, Western Mountains, Zapata Swamp with an extension option in Colonial Havana
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. In addition to American Herpetologist Jeff Lemm and Dr Luis Diaz, Curator of Herpetology at Cuba’s National Museum of Natural History, our team will include a bilingual Cuban tour leader and local naturalists who are experts in their respective geographic regions of Cuba. They will guide you through some of the best natural habitats in Cuba, the Caribbean’s largest and most ecologically diverse island nation.
Registration & Trip Costs
Land costs for the 9 day program are $3,450.00 per person for shared accommodations. Single supplements are an additional $350.00 per person. The optional 1 day/night Havana extension is $245.00 per person sharing, with an additional $55.00 single supplement and includes all meals, guide services, ground transportation. Trip costs are based on 10 fully paying participants. A lower number of participants may result in a small group supplement.
Regarding payment for the land portion of the tour, a $700.00 deposit is due as soon as possible to reserve space on these programs.