The coral reef in the Mexican Caribbean is one of the most amazing natural formations because of its colorful beauty and the fact that the reef is the most ancient one on the planet. It does not matter if you are a certified diver or you just want to experience a great underwater adventure in the Caribbean Sea: you will surely enjoy it!
Short and tall tropical jungles are the predominant natural vegetation types of the Yucatán Peninsula. The climate of the Yucatan Peninsula is tropical and consists of wet and dry seasons. Winters are mild and summers can be very hot.
Visit the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, a natural protected area in the area of Cancun, Mexico. It is a small ecotourism and education center, an example for sustainable development in sensitive tropical ecosystems. Hike through the jungle and discover the historical site of Muyil, an impressive Mayan temple.
A cenote is an amazing natural sinkhole resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. Cenote water is often very clear, as the water comes from rain, filtering slowly through the ground, and therefore contains very little suspended particulate matter.
Monarch butterflies have made an incredibly long journey to escape the harsh winters in the USA and Canada. You will find an amazing amount of butterflies in just one tree and enjoy watching these amazing and beautiful little animals.
The Yucatan Peninsula with around 548 bird species, is unique and is one of the most commonly visited areas by birders. The open setting makes is possible for the birds to fly with some spectacular concentrations. Also you can experience the diversity of species, where up to 80 per day could be identified.
Come and snorkel with sea turtles in the second largest coral reef in the world in Akumal, a small beautiful beach community located 75 miles/120 km south of Cancun along Mexico’s Caribbean Coast. This protected area is home to many animals like the sea turtles and you will get the chance to see them from up close.
Morelet’s crocodile, also known as the Mexican crocodile, is a modest sized crocodilian found only in fresh waters of the Atlantic regions of Mexico, Belize and Guatemala. They live primarily in freshwater areas such as swamps and marshes and can also be found in forested riparian habitats. You can get to see this crocodile in Chac Mock Chuc Lagoon or up north in Rio Lagartos.
Shimmering white sand and warm enveloping waters. The color of the water makes your heart leaping; one of the best description of what you experience in The Mexican Caribbean.