North America & the Caribbean
Close to home yet miles from ordinary, International Expeditions' in-depth tours to the remote regions of North America and the sultry island of Cuba are truly transformative. From kayaking among beluga whales north of the Arctic Circle to dancing to Cuba's sultry salsa rhythms, IE offers you immersive, small-group experiences to absorb the culture, cuisine and environments of North America.
Wildlife in North America & the Caribbean
The Cuban Parrot is characterized by its green body, white upper face, red lower face and neck, and blue on its primary wing feathers. These parrots are large, growing up to 33cm long in adulthood. Not only can it be found in Cuba, but also other Caribbean spots such as the Bahamas and Cayman Islands. This parrot can be most commonly found in Cuba on the Zapata peninsula, but also dotted around south central and western areas. The species is thought to be in decline, but stable, with around 10,000 pairs left in Cuba.
As Cuba’s national bird, the Cuban Trogon is a must-see.
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Our Conservation Efforts in North America & the Caribbean
With over 36 years of nature travel experience, International Expeditions has been committed to the tenets of responsible tourism from the very beginning.
Frolic among curious wildlife in the Galapagos Islands; absorb the daily drama of life on the African Savannah; and join us in protecting the lands and waters on which all life depends.
Each year, International Expeditions supports a range of initiatives both through direct donations and indirectly through the employment of indigenous naturalist guides, hospitality staff, facility owners and crew. Just by traveling with IE, you are contributing to conservation and community projects worldwide.