The National Park Topes de Collantes sits almost 800 meters above sea level and forms a part of the Escambray mountain range, which is shared by the three central provinces of Cuba; Villa Clara to the north, Cienfuegos to the west and Sancti Spiritus to the east.
The only way you can get closer to nature in the gorgeous settlement of Topes de Collantes – nestled in the Sierra del Escambray mountains – is in a tent. If camping isn’t your idea of a good time, Los Helechos is recommendable.
Topes de Collantes is one of Cuba’s most accessible and spectacular mountain settings. The Villa Caburní is a collection of independent houses nestled in this natural landscape catering to individual and family travelers fascinated by the great outdoors.