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Cuba is home to six UNESCO biosphere reserves that protect the country’s delicate natural attractions. They are spread throughout the country, so no matter where your base is, you'll be close to a meticulously preserved reserve. Highlights include the La Boca crocodile-breeding farm at the Ciénaga de Zapata Biosphere Reserve, where rare Cuban crocodiles are carefully nurtured, and the history-rich caves found in the Buenavista Biosphere Reserve. At the eastern end of the island, untouched rainforests flourish in the Cuchillas del Toa reserve near Baracoa.