This awesome archaeological site, capital of the Kann Mayan Kingdom during the VII century AD, along with its Biosphere Reserve, is declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its 2,792 mi² are home to a large and diverse number of birds, reptiles, mammals, butterflies and plants.
In spite of its name, this fishing port is not an island, but a small natural barrier located between the famous Terminos Lagoon and the Gulf of Mexico. Thanks to its low number of inhabitants, it keeps virgin beaches that offer multiple locations to rest and relax.
Halfway between the capital of the state and Mérida you can find this charming city. Its name means “throat of the sun” in Yucatec Maya. One of its main attractions is the Celestun Biosphere Reserve, a great place to admire pink flamingos, crocodiles and more than 90 species of birds, as frigates and pelicans.
Its warm weather, its beautiful beaches and its historical monuments will make you fall in love with this small town. Its main natural attraction, Champotón River, is the ideal place to practice sport fishing. Here, you should make a stop around the mangroves to see great examples of the regional flora and fauna.
At this Magic Town, pirate legends take over every corner. Surrounded by the Palizada River, which was used as a commercial route by Mayans in pre-Hispanic times, it is the perfect place to see thousands of herons.
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