Pinares de Mayarí is one of the Holguín mountain areas with a large presence of endemic flora. Along with the fauna of the site, the plants embellish each place of the mountains
It is located on the plateau of Pinares de Mayarí in Sierra de Nipe, more than 700 m above sea level.
From the floristic point of view, it is one of the most interesting regions of the Cuban archipelago due to its endemic richness, with more than 445 species, in a vegetal cover constituted by original pinus forests, charrascales, mesophilic green forests, among others.
The biodiversity of the fauna is represented by more than 90 species of birds with 21 endemic of Cuba.