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Ecotourism

Five amazing places for ecotourism in Yucatan

1.- Celestún Celestun is considered the birthplace of ecotourism in Mexico, its name means in Mayan “painted stone”, it is a quiet fishing village located 91 km west of Merida. You can find extensive isolated stretches of beautiful beaches and palapas where the best fish and seafood are served in the region. If you are […]

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Reasons why yucatecans love El Corchito

  Considered one of the most important ecological reserves of the coast, El Corchito is ideal for nature lovers and those who prefer quiet places. It is located in the swamp, so it is possible to observe a wide variety of plants and birds, including flamingos and gulls; you can also swim in the springs […]

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Get back to your natural state in Dzilam de Bravo

Dzilám de Bravo is a place of natural marvels and beautiful beaches, it is a historical port since there the Spaniards landed headed by Francisco de Montejo to begin the conquest of the Peninsula, was also a greater port of Yucatán in the time in which they were exported from that place salted meats, tallow, […]

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Celestun, the birthplace of ecotourism in Mexico

Celestun is considered to be the birthplace of ecotourism in Mexico, its name means “painted stone” in Maya Yucateco, a quiet fishing village located 91 km west of Merida. Here you can find extensive stretches of beautiful beaches and palapas where the best fish and seafood are served in the region. If you are looking […]

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Xpukil / Calcehtok an underground adventure

“It will left you with your mouth open to observe this natural wonder, it’s like another world”: TripAdvisor Very close to the Puuc Route is one of the wonders of Yucatan, a must for anyone who likes adventure, extreme sport and spend some time climbing, crawling and exploring passages under the earth, this caves are […]

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Ria Lagartos and Las Coloradas… The colors of nature

Before the arrival of the Spanish “Conquistadores” the Mayans inhabited this amazing place and called it Hol koben currently Ria Lagartos is known for its pink flamingos, however, you will find that there are a thousand reasons to fall in love with one of the richest and most beautiful nature reserves of Mexico. Because of […]

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Oxwatz …paths to adventure

Oxwatz a natural park in the center of Yucatan, a haven run by members of the Mayan community, located 80 kilometers from Merida; in this tourist haven eco conservation of nature, culture and spirit of adventure go hand in hand; the guides are concerned about your safety and comfort, they are super friendly and that […]

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