Facilities in El Bagá Remodeled

The Natural Park El Bagá, in Jardines del Rey (King's Gardens), has benefited from remodeling works to create new tourist options.

The park's staff rebuilt several wooden facilities, which show visitors the history of the region's Taino culture.

They also protect the area's flora and fauna, characterized by endemic and exotic species, and seek alternatives to improve recreational activities.

The park's personnel has improved bird-watching methods and tours along the so-called Interpretative Trail, which is flanked by many trees and is inhabited many animal species.

The Natural Park El Bagá was named after a tree whose fruit and root were used by the aborigines as food and to make fishing gears, respectively.

Tourists who visit the park can enjoy horseback excursions, the beach and boat rides, and can learn about the country's history.

Source: DTCuba

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