El Baga Natural Park, located on the northwestern tip of Cayo Coco. The park's main theme is the BAGA tree, a plant that can be 2-4 meters high and grows in flooded and humid areas. Its fruit is edible and has medicinal properties. This tree can be found in many areas of the park.
Visitors can also enjoy watching a large number of endemic species. Birds are quite abundant in the region, since Jardines del Rey is in the middle of one of the main corridors used by migratory birds in the Caribbean.
The park recreates the most important periods of Cuban culture, and the formation and development of national identity. Vacationers will be able to tour an aboriginal village and enjoy rites and customs, as well as the evolution of habits and customs in the countryside. They will walk along a Spanish-colonial promenade from the 18th and 19th centuries, get in touch with that period's atmosphere, attend an Afro-Cuban ritual, as well as dances and festivals from the towns along Ciego de Avila's coastal region, and enjoy the interesting history of piracy on the Bucanero Galleon, which ran aground on a beach.