Sports in Trinidad are a way of enjoying the wonderful natural environment surrounding this colonial village in Valle de los Ingenios, in the shelter of Sierra del Escambray. Hiking, diving or snorkelling, sailing across Casilda bay or along the peninsula of Ancón, horseback riding in the Cuban meadows… Doing sports is a must if you are visiting Trinidad.
Sports in Trinidad
Hiking in Sierra del Escambray: This majestic mountain range in the province of Sancti Spíritus is criss-crossed by trails inviting hikers to enjoy the spectacular landscapes of central Cuba and the Caribbean. Many of the trails are available for beginners, like those leading to Salto de Hanabanilla or Salto del Caburní.
Diving in the Caribbean: The bottom of the sea is dazzling around the peninsula of Ancón, perfect for diving and taking pictures of the Caribbean underwater world. There are diving schools nearby, in the harbour of Casilda and on Ancón beach, where you can rent the necessary gear too.
Sailing along Casilda bay: The harbour of Casilda offers a full range of services to sailing enthusiasts. You can rent a sailboat or a catamaran and safely go adrift in the calm waters of the Caribbean. The berths are very practical, sheltered in the huge bay.
Horseback riding in Valle de los Ingenios: The lavish nature Trinidad is wrapped in is apt for outdoor sports like horseback riding. A horse riding adventure can be an unforgettable way of easily exploring some of the most iconic spots in Valle de los Ingenios.