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  • Nature Trails: Palmar de las Cotorras Trail

    Palmar de las Cotorras Trail, Ciego de Avila. Cuba

    • Destination: Ciego de Avila
    • Open: Daily
    • Address From: Ciego de Avila
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  • Description Nature Trails: Palmar de las Cotorras Trail, Ciego de Avila. Cuba

    Located to northeast of Ciego de Avila province in the Loma de Cunagua Protected Area.This footpath is characterized by its endemics flora with plants of high value like the black ebony and the mahogany.

    The fauna is equally rich. Birds of matchless beauty like tocororo (Priotelus temnurus) are observed, cartacuba (Todus multicolor), tomeguin del pinar (canora Tiaris) and also there are cotorras and cateyes. The reptiles are represented by smart of Santamaría (Epicrates to angulifer) and bayoya (Laeocephalus sp.)

    When finalizing the footpath it visits the house of the forester where exist a beautiful natural viewpoint and from where the majesty of the Jardines del Rey tourist pole is observed.

    Time 1:45 hours
    longitude 1300 mtrs
    Capacity 25 pax
    complexity Medium

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  • Palmar de las Cotorras Trail is located in Ciego de Avila
  • It covers an area of 6910 square km (2670 square miles) and has a population of only 500,000, accounting for the lowest population density in the country. Seventy-two percent of its soil is of top quality, and 82 percent of the territory consists of a gently rolling plain. Most of the buildings in its capital city have large porticos, arcades, columns and tiled roofs. The city's main artery is Independencia (Independence) Avenue, on which you will find the Principal Theater, the Raúl Martínez Art Gallery, the José Martí Park, San Eugenio de la Palma (the city's patron saint) Cathedral and a large number of shops, cafeterias and restaurants. The city's traditional arts and crafts fairs are very popular.,

    The province has large reserves of underground water and many mirror-like lakes, among which the best known are the Laguna de la Leche and La Redonda lake. Its two most important cities are Ciego de Avila, the provincial capital, and Morón, where rural traditions are deeply rooted.,

    The pineapple, the queen of fruits, is the symbol of this region.