Welcome to Parque Nacional Península de Guanahacabibes


In summer sea turtles come ashore at night to lay their eggs (the only part of mainland Cuba where this happens), while April sees swarms of cangrejos colorados (red-and-yellow crabs) crawling across the peninsula's rough central road only to be unceremoniously crushed under the tires of passing cars. The area is also thought to shelter important archaeological sites relating to the pre-Columbian Guanahatabey people.


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