Mexico Travel Guide
Río Lagartos Boat

Embark on a boat ride through the Río Lagartos reserve.

Rutopía editorial team
Rutopía editorial team
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Rio Lagartos is a town located within the Ria Lagartos Biosphere Reserve, is one of the main flamingo nesting areas in the Yucatan Peninsula.  You will embark with your local guide on a boat ride through this fascinating natural reserve to discover the biodiversity of the ecosystem among mangroves, crocodiles, and flamingos. You will observe Las Coloradas, beautiful salt ponds that have a pinkish hue due to their salt concentration. (Its color depends on the time of year and the amount of light). You will also have the opportunity to take a Mayan exfoliating bath in the white clay mounds, which are beneficial for the skin, as they moisturize and soften the dermis. In the end, you will have time to get off the boat and enjoy the gentle waves of a beautiful beach. Enjoy this experience in Río Lagartos.

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