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Explore an expansive collection of tropical trees from around the world, or stand next to the world’s tallest stalagmite. These are just a few of the natural wonders that beckon from Cienfuegos.


Cueva Martín Infierno

Cueva Martín Infierno

See the world’s tallest stalagmite, which stands 67 metres high, inside this cave located in the Valle de Yaganabo, 56 km east of Cienfuegos.

Jardín Botánico de Cienfuegos (Cienfuegos Botanical Garden)

You could easily spend a day in this 94-hectare botanical garden that holds 2,000 species of plants. It was established in 1901 by sugar baron Edwin F. Atkins, who originally planned to use the land to study sugarcane, but instead filled it with exotic tropical trees from around the world.