Natural Areas

Forests, mangroves, pristine beaches and wildlife. Natural protection.

40% of the State's territory has been declared a Protected Natural Area and it has 2 Biosphere Reserves. Nature in Campeche is wild and there are still unspoiled places waiting for you to discover them.

Natural Areas

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Calakmul Biosphere Reserve

Calakmul is a spectacular natural setting in over 700,000 hectares, making it the second largest protected area in Mexico. The landscapes...

Laguna de Términos

The Laguna de Términos, declared a protected area of flora and fauna, is the nation's largest estuary, with an area...

Petenes Biosphere Reserve

Emerging in the tertiary and quaternary periods, the Petenes Biosphere Reserve forms a corridor of coastal wetlands of nearly 300,000...

Ría Celestún

Sharing territory of the states of Yucatan and Campeche, this Biosphere Reserve is a huge 600 km2 estuary. Its main...

Balam Kin

The Balam Kin Reserve is a mosaic of natural landscapes as pure as they are fragile. Its climate, soil and...

Balam Kú

The natural area Balam Kú is a natural biological corridor, bordering the forests of the north and south, and the...

Arrecife Artificial Xpicob

La Unidad de Ecoturismo Xpicob cuenta con un arrecife artificial hecho con reef balls, es decir, formaciones esféricas huecas, que...

Bahía de Campeche

La Bahía de Campeche se encuentra ubicada al poniente del Golfo de Campeche y en cuya costa se encuentra la...

Balam- Ka´ax

El proyecto ecoturístico Balam Ka-Ax (Selva del Jaguar) se encuentra ubicado en el Río Candelaria, cerca de la Laguna de...

Cenote Miguel Colorado

Localizado a sólo una hora de la ciudad de San Francisco de Campeche y a media hora del municipio de...

El Remate

Es un ojo de agua de incomparable belleza que mide aproximadamente 20 km. Aquí se mezclan especies propias del manglar...

Isla Arena

Isla Arena se encuentra ubicada en el municipio de Calkiní, un espacio natural en el que se pueden disfrutar de...

Candelaria River

It is 402 kilometers long and is the largest river in Campeche. It is characterized by its large number of...

Champotón River

It runs for 47 kilometers, 35 of which are navigable, from Canasayab to its mouth in the Gulf of Mexico...

Palizada River

Starting as a tributary from the Usumacinta River, it runs for 120 kilometers to its mouth in the Laguna de...

Things you can't miss in Campeche See all

  • The Place of sun, light and sound

    The Place of sun, light and sound

    Campeche

    At 20:00

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  • Vive la leyenda

    Vive la leyenda

    Campeche

    Viernes y Sábado 20:00 hrs

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  • Nature and Archeology Museum

    Nature and Archeology Museum

    Calakmul

    From 8:00 to 16:00

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  • Cultural Center House no. 6

    Cultural Center House no. 6

    Campeche

    From 9:00 to 21:00

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