A canopy station has been recently opened at the Valle de los Ingenios, Trinidad, in order to foster adventure tourism and to increase finantial incomes in the area
The Cuban ancient city of Trinidad and the Valle de Los Ingenios (Valley of the Sugar Mills) —both located in the province of Sancti Spiritus—, were the first sites of the island to be granted the recognition of Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, back in 1988
The Valley of the Sugar Mills, located north-east of Trinidad city, was granted the condition of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site in 1988
The Valley of the Sugar Mills is found in central Cuba, on the way to Trinidad, the third village founded in Cuba, and one of the best preserved cities of Latin America.
The Valley of the Sugar Mills is a unique landscape created by Mother Nature in the province of Sancti Spiritus. Nearly two centuries ago, this area gave rise to the economic and social flourishing of the village of Trinidad, where this valley is found.
The members of the XXII Canadian solidarity brigade named after Ernesto Che Guevara, continue their tour around Sancti Spiritus territory, where they arrived last May 8th.
Some 200 000 CUC (Cuban convertible peso) – seeks to safeguard from the passage of time and other demons, all the heritage assets of the Valley of the Sugar Mills, with the half millennium of the village right on the corner.
Trinidad and its Valley of the Sugar Mills, which was declared World Heritage Site since 1988, is a well accepted and preferred tourist destination in Cuba. Visitors rank it high, with a Guest Satisfaction Index of 4.10 on a 5-point scale.
On the eve of Trinidad village’s half-millennium anniversary, local restoration experts make efforts to safe the cultural and built heritage of this historic village and the Valley of the Sugar Mills.
The Caguanes and Topes de Collantes National Parks along with other protected areas with significant biodiversity and rich landscape gives Sancti Spiritus unquestionable potential for nature tourism.