Visit Isla Pájaros, a nesting site for more than 35 different species of birds, including pelicans, cormorants, gulls and frigate birds. Next, explore the multicolored landscape of Isla Pasión before enjoying a rejuvenating swim in the refreshing waters of Yalahau, a natural spring.
ISLAND PAJAROS: This small island is home to 35 species of birds throughout the year. Depending on the season, you can observe a true spectacle of nature.
PASSION ISLAND: On this island you can observe birds feeding and breeding. Most of the time you can also see pink flamingos feeding in the shallow and colorful waters.
YALAHAU: This is a cenote, an eye of fresh water, which according to legend was once used by pirates and fishermen as a water source. Now you can swim in its crystalline waters that rejuvenate and refresh all visitors.
"Plus: PUNTA MOSQUITO: Sometimes there is a higher concentration of birds here, especially flamingos. In that case, we will go to Punta Mosquito instead of Isla Pajaros.