Celestun, Yucatán. Biosphere World Reserve.
It’s with no doubdt one of Peninsula’s best breathtaking places.
Nature, white sandy beaches and espectacular food; all ofcourse at great prices.
It’s a day tour; visit first the flamingos, a cristal clear water ‘Cenote’ and the go to ‘lunch’ to award winning restaurants in front of beach.
Theres tours to the ‘ Ria ( river, mangroves ), cenote and bird watching and -Flamingos- all in the same tour.
Then usually take a stop for refreshing, drinks & botana at piers Palapa, and go to the little town sandy streets, its all in a radius of less than 3 miles.
About 1.30 hour west of Mérida, there is this beutiful fisherman’s village and home to the biggest “Pink Flamacos” population in México. Also the sea food its famous known in all México.
Link from CULTUR Goverment office, tikets and more;
The tourist hostel has some amenities such as:
•Boat Ride through the Biosphere Reserve
• Fast Food Area
• Handicrafts Area
• Interpretation room
• Fisherman’s Wharf
• Free Internet
• Parking lot
• Box office
•Administrative Offices of the Patronato Cultur
Monday to Sunday
08:00 am – 5:00pm
Special photo gallery from Celestun:
Markdown your agendas and plan a visit to Yucatán and Celestun.
Highly recommended must visit this georgeous little port town.
By redacción / Noticias méxicodigital
Domingo 6 de septiembre, 2019.