Road to Guanayara (Photojournalism)Publicado: marzo 27, 2019
Text and photos by Lázaro David Najarro Pujol/
Trinidad, Cuba, Mar 27.- The Road to Guanayara, in the Large Natural Park of the Topes de Collantes, 20 kilometers from the village of Trinidad, Cuba, is characterized by its exuberant flora.
It is one of the most enchanting places of the Cuban geography, a place of inspiration of painters, musicians and writers.
Its valleys are open, with underground drainages, narrow rivers of beautiful and swift flow, beautiful waterfalls and jumps of transparent and fascinating waters.
Nature gave the region several groves that are repeated over the length and breadth of the fertile valleys intra-mountain.
The carob, cedar, mahogany and magnolia trees grow prodigiously, to mention the most distinguished in this area of the complex topography of the Escambray. (Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez)