El Nicho, one of the wonders of Cuba

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One of the most beautiful natural sites in Cuba located in the Guanayara Park, with natural ponds, dozens of waterfalls and a diverse vegetation composed of endemic species.

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A place of great tourist attraction for its water currents and its beautiful and varied landscapes in which mountains alternate with valleys, forests, rivers, waterfalls, green vegetation, peasant villages and coastal landscapes. In this area is the Martín Infierno Cave, which is a National Monument and houses a 67-meter-high stalagmite, considered the largest in Latin America. They also inhabit colonies of flamingos and seabirds.
El nicho
It is an ideal place for lovers of nature and ecotourism that allows great walks between forests, rustic bridges, observation of a diverse flora with the presence of multiple ferns and orchids, and a typical fauna of the region with unique species, baths in the river, visit to the cave El Calvo, where the El Negro stream and its waterfall are over thirty meters high, where the water collides with the rock forms a permanent mist.

El Nicho Waterfalls, Cuba 

It is located in the mountain range that gives to the area of ​​the province of Cienfuegos, just two km from Lake Hanabanilla and thirty from Tope de Collantes, within the protected area Pico de Juan. Nearby you can also find the beautiful Ancon Beach, the city of Trinidad and the Valle de los Ingenios. as those located to the north; but Ancón is special, for its fine sand and its fabulous seabed, in which it is possible to observe the coral reef.

Ancón beach, Cuba 

Located just 12 kilometers from Trinidad, this peninsula has had a great tourist growth and the main hotel chains that work in Cuba, Iberostar and Meliá, have made millions of investments to build new hotels.
Trinidad, the Cuban city detained in time, remains clinging to survival, not to be fooled by the visions of modernity that would end what it represents: a preserved memory of what we once were.