Near the city of Trinidad, the Caburní River trail has plenty of natural and historical value. It is a challenging route with a medium level of difficulty, if you have some experience in hiking.
The many trails that branch off from the main one can be interesting to explore. The main attraction is the breath-taking river waterfall at the end of the route. It is said to be the tallest in the Caribbean standing at 75m of height, a gift from nature not to be missed.
Start the 7 km (4.4 mi) round-trip hike by heading downhill through lush forest; you’ll encounter distinctive rock outcroppings and canyon-like cliff faces before you reach the waterfall. Watch as the water cascades over rocks into a natural swimming pool at its base, which attracts hearty souls willing to brave the chilly water.
Important! There is a fee for the hike.