Topes de Collantes Natural Park
Here you will find the Salto del Caburní, at 210 feet Cuba's highest waterfall
Nature at its purest
It boggles the mind that only 12 miles from the city of Trinidad, you can find the contrasting landscapes of this natural reserve. To arrive at Topes de Collantes is to enter a magical world where greens and blues shine with their own light: waterfalls, lookouts, mountains, lakes, woods and trails that you'll quickly fall in love with. An authentic paradise, in short. It's an ideal place to practice trekking along its diverse trails. A local guide can explain the peculiarities of the flora and fauna - do look out for the famous tocororo, a bird that proudly displays the colours of the Cuban national flag. The most popular hikes are those that lead to Vegas Grandes, with a nice 45-degree grade, and on to Salto del Caburní, Cuba's highest waterfall. In all, a delight for your senses!