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Walk and bird watching

Río Lagartos

One of the area's greatest spectacles is the beautiful pink flamingos presence, which nest and stay temporarily, becoming pink the sky and water landscapes during their precious stay. This is something that we all should witness at least once in our lives.

From January to September you’ll be able to contact one of the certified local operators, who could become real this experience. Along with these experts, you’ll have the opportunity to see the flamingos up close, take the best snapshots and enjoy an extraordinary encounter.

The magic begins no sooner set foot on the boat: the enormous estuary body opens its way. One after another will appear birds you probably hadn’t seen before. The list is large since more than 300 species have made Río Lagartos their habitat.

Among the most common are white herons, pelicans, cormorants, ospreys and storks. During your navigation, you’ll discover different types of mangroves trees. It doesn't matter if you don't notice any differences at first glance, the guide will teach you which ones they are so that you acquire an expert level.

Pay close attention: on the shores it’s pretty common to find crocodiles taking a sunbath, camouflaged among the thick vegetation.

When you arrive at the estuary that opens the doors to the pink flamingos world, it’s vital to attend the guide's instructions very precisely so that the birds don’t feel threatened and your tour was successful.

The main indication is to keep absolute silent and move very little, in order they keep on their daily life while you enjoy this surprising gift.
One of the area's greatest spectacles is the beautiful pink flamingos presence, which nest and stay temporarily, becoming pink the sky and water landscapes during their precious stay. This is something that we all should witness at least once in our lives.

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From January to September you’ll be able to contact one of the certified local operators, who could become real this experience. Along with these experts, you’ll have the opportunity to see the flamingos up close, take the best snapshots and enjoy an extraordinary encounter.

The magic begins no sooner set foot on the boat: the enormous estuary body opens its way. One after another will appear birds you probably hadn’t seen before. The list is large since more than 300 species have made Río Lagartos their habitat.

Among the most common are white herons, pelicans, cormorants, ospreys and storks. During your navigation, you’ll discover different types of mangroves trees. It doesn't matter if you don't notice any differences at first glance, the guide will teach you which ones they are so that you acquire an expert level.

Pay close attention: on the shores it’s pretty common to find crocodiles taking a sunbath, camouflaged among the thick vegetation.

When you arrive at the estuary that opens the doors to the pink flamingos world, it’s vital to attend the guide's instructions very precisely so that the birds don’t feel threatened and your tour was successful.

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