While staying in a protected marine park, you’ll be surrounded by opportunities in and above water and on land. In the water, you can snorkel, among the mangroves where young fish flourish, and with the endangered Cuban crocodiles. Elkhorn corals are on the endangered list and critical to reef building. In one location in the park, they thrive in shallow waters making them accessible only to snorkelers. Other important corals also found here. On the water take an excursion through a mangrove channel or a lagoon, and a sunset watching cruise. On land, feed indigenous endangered wildlife – hutas and iguanas, explore islands and inlets or birdwatch. The park’s wetlands are home to 68 species of birds as the migrate from North to South America.