From July 18 to 20, the event will keep its usual venue in the city of Gibara, in Holguin province, and will complete four routes that cover part of this Cuban region.
This way, the first group will complete the Ruralidad Holguinera (Holguin Rurality) route, which proposes nautical crossings through the roadstead and the Gibara and Cacoyogüín rivers; visits to the Los Hidalgos equestrian center, agroecological farms and walks along the Farallones de Moa trails, in the Alejandro von Humboldt National Park, a World Heritage Site.
Another package invites you to take part of Columbus’s Route, a land excursion designed for seven days and six nights, which covers the chronological route described by the Admiral Christopher Columbus in his navigation journal during the first voyage along the Cuban coast in 1492.
The tourist product responds to the modality of circuits and includes tours of land and sea natural sites, closely linked to Columbus’s geography.
This edition of Biotur has also designed a tour dedicated to agrotourism and wildlife observation, for which there is a trip to Mount Cabaniguan, in Las Tunas province, where the world’s largest reserve of Acutus crocodile is found.
This place is also one of Cuba’s most interesting wildlife safe havens, and covers 14,500 hectares.