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My stay in Yum Balam was a breathtaking experience. I explored mangrove forests, swam in a natural spring, and ate the freshest seafood. Meaning I motor-boated over to the fishermen in the bay and purchased fresh catch from them. Rent is cheap in comparison to...More
This is an obligatory tour in the morning. Amazing views, quietness and raw nature as soon as you enter the Ecological Reserve of Yum Balam. You will be able to walk along kilometers of sand and shallow water on your left, virgin endless beach, and...More
The 7 different colors of the water makes an amazing experience.
Try to rent a sailboat and not a boat to contribute to the environment. The lagoon isn't too big. If people start renting boats the lagoon will start getting dirty of fuel and its...More
Tui trip to Holbox nature reserve was amazing, to see the flaming in its natural habitat as well as numerous other birds, there are actually more than 300 species for the serious birdwatcher! Hilaria was our super informed, chilled guide, really helpful and looked after...More
A spring manantial in the middle of a gorgeous manglar 15 min in a boat from Holbox. Part of an excursion with fishing, ceviche (from what you fished) and visits to deserted islands (to eat the ceviche). It is known as the not-so-mythical Fountain of...More
Yum Balam is a combination of a protected wetlands and a national park. It actually covers the Holbox island chain and surrounding waters. There are a number of tours that can take you to the islands, and the areas around them. Some of the things...More