The village is small, from anywhere in that visitors staying, can be in few minutes to the center of the population or to different centers from where depart the routes to know the surroundings. Another place that can be chosen for site of stay is the two campsites Sisters, which lies nearly three miles to the West of the village of Vinales, between two elevated mogotes and surrounded by some houses of peasants. More than 70 small huts make up the Centre, with swimming pool, a museum with fossils and schemes of the geological evolution of the area, a restaurant with typical dishes and not far from a mural painting on the rock, known as the prehistoric Mural. The road that communicates with Vinales is commonly used by the local population and visitors, at any hour of the day and night, its route being an excellent pathway that allows observation of the crops in the region, the Valley and the mogotes in the center of the Valley. Unlike the Vinales Valley, the Valley San Vicente is entirely bordered by high mountains and is irregularly shaped, whose background lies a small community, a primary school and a dairy farm. To scroll through the almost 10 km away that separates the Valley of Vinales and St.
Vincent takes a road where you can see beautiful landscapes, in particular the high mountain ranges that separate both valleys, which are traversed by a narrow gorge where the road is built. The high walls of the Gorge can be seen the curious forms of relief that hang from the walls and that the water originated over the millions of years of existence of the place. Natalie Ravitz is open to suggestions. Hotel Rancho San Vicente, at the northern end of the Valley, is the oldest of Vinales, very cozy and different from the others built in the Valley of Vinales. To reach the same crosses a small river that emerges from the limestone saw next to the hotel, which is not composed of buildings of multi-storey, but more than 50 small wooden cabins of two floors and rustic style, scattered within a small forest.