Rising like a huge termite mound above the surrounding flatlands, the Loma de Cunagua, east of Morón, is a protected flora and fauna reserve harboring a ranchón-style restaurant, a small network of trails and excellent birdwatching opportunities. At 364m above sea level, it's Ciego de Ávila Province’s highest point and views over land and ocean are expansive.
For independent travelers wishing to access the reserve, it's best to phone ahead rather than just turn up. Visits are normally arranged through Ecotur on Cayo Coco, and these are well worth the effort. The reserve's short bushy trails are ideal places to spot tocororos (Cuban trogons), zunzunes (bee hummingbirds) and the like, and Ecotur guides are usually multilingual and highly knowledgeable.