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The Sierra del Escambray is the second biggest mountain range of Cuba and it is located in the south center of the island in the province of Villa Clara, Northeast of Cienfuegos and to the west side of Santi Spiritus. The mountains belonging to the Cubanacán dome or also known as Santa Clara Heights. This small mountain range, with a maximum height of 1’140 m point Punta de San Juan
The Escambray Mountain Range is known for its exceptional natural beauty , ecological wonder, traditional cuisine and its small colonial villages, such as Topes de Collantes, Cuburni waterfall, San Juan Peak, el Nicho waterfall, Hanabanilla Lake, Trinidad village, among many others attractions.
There are a number of hiking and trekking trails throughout this protected botanical, zoological and ecological beauty region. And also a view of small villages and towns nearby so choose your preferred destination and enjoy a truly Cuban experience in the heart of the wilderness.
La Boca fishing Village, Trinidad and more have a few cosy lodges as well as a few bed and breakfasts, so if you are looking for an authentic experience then this might well be the perfect destination. In the heart of exceptional natural beauty the Escambray Mountain Range is guaranteed to be the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable experience, so enjoy Cuban hospitality and make the most of your stunning surroundings.