Vinales is always a place worth visiting. Day and night always invites contemplation and rest. It is a unique place in Cuba. Not so the area holds awards that attest to this. A late de1970 Vinales Valley, the Great Cavern of Santo Tomas and a curious kind of plant that has survived since the era of the great dinosaurs and living near Vinales Cuba declared by National Natural Landmarks. In 1999 the Heritage Commission of UNESCO awarded the Valle de Vinales the category of Cultural Heritage of Humanity. And in 2001 the hillocks that form throughout the Northern Valley and others cited above were found near Vinales National Park. There is therefore every reason to visit Vinales.

So the first thing you should think about is where to stay and then what to do in Vinales. As for accommodation there are two different geographical sites where this can be achieved: the valley of Vinales and San Vicente. The former has more options because in the same the town of Vinales is more than 100 houses, two hotels and a camping, while the second only one hotel. Both places are excellent from every point of view. Let the Valley of Vinales. It is actually a limited set of small valleys on the north by a chain of limestone hills composed of hummocks, whereas the south lies a series of hills composed of rocks with abundant shale and slate, while in his background small mountains and hills rising in isolation. Small rivers, little volume, flow northward and meet in a single stream, which is called Palmarito River.