Located in northern Trinidad, at the center of Guamuahaya mountain massif, the secluded tourist complex Topes de Collantes treasures a wide biodiversity. Among its gifts highlights Salto del Caburní, an attractive waterfall accessible through splendid paths for watching Cuban flora and fauna. About 73 bird species had been reported here, and among them 14 are endemic. The area scores of caves with subterranean rivers, fast-flowing streams, waterfalls of up to 60-meters height, and natural pools of crystalline spring waters. It also combines the fact that there are no poisonous plants or dangerous animals, therefore paths might be explored with absolute trust. It is a nature retreat with adequate hotel infrastructure for health tourism, due to its microclimate conditions.