Located south of Tulum (Two hours on a track road in 4X4 vehicle) this biosphere encompasses marshes, mangroves, lagoons, Cenotes, coral macif and rainforest. It has more than 300 species of birds, dolphins, turtles and manatees for the lucky ones who spot them.

Ideal for families.

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20 minutes from the Coba ruins live 30 Mayan families who protect their natural environments and their cultural heritage as its committed caretakers.

On the Agenda : Shaman ceremony, bathing in a sacred Cenote, crossing the lagoon, observing spider monkeys (estimated between 600 and 800 individuals in residence), etc.

Ideal for a visit after exploring Chichen Itza or Coba ruins.



Huge salines are on this stretch of land 15 minutes from Rio Lagartos.
Some of them display surprising colors due to the presence of micro-organisms, like the beautiful “Laguna Rosa”.

















Located one hour from Ek Balam on the edge of the Ria Lagartos Biosphere Reserve. This lagoon is the perfect place to observe birds and crocodiles in their natural environment.



A small island of 8 km in length, Isla Contoy is located 30 km north of Isla Mujeres. It is a National Park with a limited number of visitors.

Its supervised eco-tourism allows you to observe lush flora and fauna.

















Also known as Seven Colors Lagoon, Bacalar is a heavenly place located three hours south of Playa del Carmen.

Discover it by boat, sailboat, kayak or paddle …