Isla Arena

Isla Arena is located in the municipality of Calkini.  It is an area where the visitor can be in contact with the exuberating nature of the Biosphere Reserve of Celestun.  Colonies of the famous pink flamencos can be observed, as well as a wide variety of sea birds such as cormorans, frigates and pelicans. If

Laguna de Terminos

The Laguna de Términos, which was declared a flora and fauna protection area, is the country’s largest estuary and covers an area of 705,000 hectares. Located in the state’s southwest and protected from the Gulf of Mexico by Ciudad del Carmen, it is fed by other smaller lakes and by the Palizada, Chumpán and Candelaria

Calakmul Biosphere Reserve

Calakmul is a spectacular natural scenario with over 1,000,000 hectares of extension, which make of it the second largest natural protected area in Mexico. This impressive forest is home to a large diversity of vegetal and animal species. Among them there are cats such as puma, oncilla, ocelot and jaguar.  It is also habitat for

“Los Petenes” Biosphere Reserve

The Biosphere Reserve of Los Petenes forms a corridor of coastal wetlands of almost 300,000 hectares that draws a lush verdant tapestry of islands and islets where the mangrove reigns. Red, white and black mangroves create an ecosystem unique in Mexico, of great ecological value for its diversity of flora and fauna. The soil properties

Ria Celestun

This reserve shares the territories of Yucatan and Campeche.  It is an enormous estuary of 600 km2, which symbol and main natural value is being one of the most important shelters for pink flamingoes, which color is particularly intense here due to the high concentration of carotene in the water.  An important colony of hundredths


Candelaria River

It is 402 kilometers long and is the largest in Campeche. It is characterized by its large number of falls, among which the Salto Muerto, Salto Grande and Salto Toro stand out. It originates in Guatemala, in el Petén, and crosses the border between the two countries. It empties into the Laguna de Panlao which


Champoton River

The extension of this river is 47 km, 35 of them are good to sail, from Canasayab to its delta at the Gulf of Mexico at Champoton. This is the ideal place to practice sports fishing, photo hunting tours to observe the flora and fauna living in the region, as well as other different Eco



This river born from an arm of the Usumacinta River and has an extention of ​​120 kilometers to its mouth in the Lagoon of Terms. Since the second half of seventeenth century  had a great importance, thanks to transportation of logwood, with great impact on the economy of the region. Today it is ideal for



In an area of 100 hectares, Hampolol meets the necessary characteristics to protect and host low and medium forest. There are swampy areas where several species of reptiles, amphibians, ornate and singing birds live, along with small and big mammals, which make of this area an important ecologic spot for the State, especially due to



This route offers to the visitor the experience of being in touch with the nature around the “Cenote Azul and Cenote de los Patos”. In this beautiful ecotourism center you can watch birds, spider monkeys and enjoy the activities of hiking, kayaking, swimming and ziplining in the cenotes.   This tour is complemented by a