It is a national park that covers a wide region. It is located approximately 20 kilometers away from the city of Santiago de Cuba. It has an area of 84,600 hectares and is declared a World Biosphere Reserve by Unesco. The park has attractions, wildlife refuges and coffee plantations:
“La Gran Piedra (The Great Stone)”: The great stone is located in the “Sierra Maestra”(that is a mountain chain in the southeastern region of Cuba). Is located in the province of Santiago de Cuba. It is a rock with volcanic origin of 70 thousand tons and is located at 1225 meters above sea level. The rock is the third largest of the world and that is why it is inscribed in the Book of Guinness Record. At the top of the rock you have a spectacular view of the entire province of Santiago de Cuba.
Valle de la Prehistoria (Prehistory’s Valley). It shows 227 dinosaurs sculptures and prehistoric animals made to natural size.
Granjita Siboney. (Siboney’s Little Farm). It was the place where the attackers to the “Moncada Headquarters”, led by Fidel Castro, spent the night before the attack of the 26/07/1953.
Museum of the Landing Transport. Shows visitors about 2,500 replicas of cars in miniature.
Acuarium. Has an underwater tunnel with 30 meters of depth, and a dolphinarium.
Baconao Lagoon. Displays a copy of a villa of the “Taínos Tribe”. In addition you will find a restaurant specialized in seafood.