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Tour Topes de Collantes

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Departure from Trinidad, Santi Spiritus, Cuba.
General Information
Category: Excursion full day.
Duration: 8-9hours.
Time table: Start at 8-9 o’clock all up the clients.
Modality: Natural tourism.
Private Guide service
Kids are welcomed: Yes
Local guides speak English, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, German and Russian.
Tour “Topes de Collantes.”
Pick up at the hotel in air-conditioned private transportation.
Departure to Topes de Collantes a Natural Reserve Park, located in Sierra Escambray Mountains which is approximately 800 meters above sea level.
Places to visit:
Stop in look out to admire the natural beauty of Topes de Collantes.
Visit to coffee plantations and to the Don Pancho coffee’s house to taste a cup a coffee. You will have the possibility to buy a bag of Cuban national coffee.
Walking through the path watching tropical trees, birds and precious wildlife.
Time for swimming at the waterfall “Vegas Grandes”.
Time to have a typical Cuban lunch.
And others interesting places.
Return to the hotel.

Tips: We recommend you wear suitable shoes, sun glasses and hats. Bring at least a bottle of water.

Topes de Collantes

Topes de Collantes

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We are a professional staff with more than 2 years of experience. Languages we speak: Spanish, English, and French. We organize excursions, transfers, transport, information and lodgings. We offer you information about Cuba´s destinies, orientation and local tour guide service. We are available and willing to help you. Contac us.
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Good to know

 Cuban convertible pesos (CUC) is the official money in Cuba. At foreign exchange outlets CADECA, you can buy/sell Cuban convertible pesos (CUC).There are CADECAs all over the country for changing foreign currency into Cuban convertible pesos. Most hotels have a currency exchange office too. US dollars are no longer in circulation, for CADECA US dollar is 10 percent tax when exchanging it for Cuban currency.
 Bacal, Transcard, Visa and MasterCard credit cards are accepted as long as they are not issued by American banks.
Cuba is primarily a cash economy. Wherever you go, you have to pay in cash. Credit cards are only accepted in hotels.
If you bring euros the official exchange varied, at the present is approximate 1 euro x 1.06 CUC in CADECAs.

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