Casa Kiki Hostal
- Air-conditioning + Private Bathroom
- Private Terrace and/or Garden + Garage Inside
- Private entrance
- English spoken
The UNESCO Biosphere Reserve also bears the name Ciénaga de Zapata. It covers 628,171 hectares and its fauna includes 160 species of birds, 31 types of reptiles and 12 varieties of mammals. The municipality which bears this name covers a large territory on the southern end of the provincia de Matanzas and includes Parque Montemar (previously named Parque Nacional Ciénaga de Zapata (70,277 ha), Gran Parque natural de Montemar (70 km of caves), and the fauna reserves of Santo Tomas and La Salina, the latter with a marsh populated by some 165 species of migrant and endemic birds. Villages and towns include La Boca (with its crocodile farm), Guama, Playa Larga / El Caleton and of course, Playa Girón. Playa Larga is a small seaside village at the end of the Bay of Pigs, where visitors can be in close contact with Nature. Bird watching by day or night is a starting point for vacationers. Besides, in Playa Larga, visitors can swim in beaches with excellent sand, warm, and safe waters and practice scuba diving. Its abrupt edge at the bottom of the sea, located very close to the coastline, is impressive for its beautiful corals, including colonies of black corals, gorgonians, and sponges.