More than 15 species of pines, 12 of eucalyptuses and more than 100 ornamental plants guarantee the presence of flowers the whole year in Topes de Collantes. An extensive variety of ferns, medicinal plants, wild orchids and butterflies supplement the beautiful environment. Locust trees, cedar, mahogany, magnolia and teak, among other, distinguish the place, fundamentally, characterized by the prevalence of spineless, without presence of some species that can be dangerous for the man.The complicated mountainous characteristic of the area allows the existence of heights of different ranges, as well as small and fertile valleys.
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The Topes de Collantes national park is a maze of jungle-covered limestone mountains called “mogotes” featuring picturesque waterfalls and caves. The highest mountain in the area is the Pico de San Juan which extends skyward to an impressive 1150 meters (3773 feet). There is no hiking permitted on this particular summit because it is part of a military zone but, don't worry, there are numerous other surrounding peaks begging to be discovered. Getting to Topes de Collantes Most visitors to the [...]
Hotel Villa Caburni is located right in the heart of the Topes de Collantes Touristic Complex, located in the Guamuhaya mountainous massif in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba's Central Province. Just 20 km from Trinidad and the popular Playa Ancon, the Hotel Caburni makes an ideal accommodation for those preferring a cooler mountain setting but also wish to visit the major sights in the area. Just 68 km (42 miles) from Cienfuegos means that this important southern city is well within the [...]
Hotel Los Helechos which also goes by the name Complejo Topes De Collantes is a hotel located 800m above sea level in the province of Sancti Spiritus close to Trinidad in Cuba. The Hotel at Topes De Collantes is all about relaxation and offers saunas and large Olympic size indoor swimming pool allied to the outdoor pool next to the hotel. Continuing the theme of relaxation, the Complejo Topes De Collantes Hotel Trinidad offers an amazing massage service and spa [...]
Parque Altiplano is the most developed tourist area in Topes de Collantes. As well as being the location of all the local hotels, Parque Altiplano also harbors the area's most popular destination for avid hikers, the fantastically located 62m (203 feet) high Caburni waterfall. This breathtaking waterfall is surrounded by aged pine and eucalyptus trees and is easily accessible from the 2.5-km (1.5 miles) trail which in places extends down several steep (but not dangerous) inclines and through some dense [...]
Parque Codina is close to the Parque Altiplano and features an excellent mountain restaurant serving both tour groups and individual visitors. The hiking trails are moderate to easy and feature waterfalls, caves, and some spectacular panoramic viewpoints. During your visit you will discover that the area is popular for both Bird watching and camping with numerous groups constantly staying in the area. The heart of Parque Codina is of course the mountain retreat of Hacienda Codina. An old Spanish colonial coffee-growing [...]
The Topes de Collantes national park is a maze of jungle-covered limestone mountains called “mogotes” featuring picturesque waterfalls and caves. The highest mountain in the area is the Pico de San [...]