Sian Ka’an has a complex system of underground freshwater rivers, which are interconnected sinkholes (cenotes) and hillocks, unique in the Yucatan Peninsula and the world.
In the Biosphere reserve of Sian Ka’an are more than 1400 species of plants; there is high, medium and low jungle, coastal dunes, wetlands, savannas, and palm groves.
On its beaches live more than three hundred species of resident and migratory birds. There are pumas, ocelots, jaguars, tapirs, spider monkeys, white-tailed deers, manatees, dolphins, crocodiles and several species of sea turtles.
Sian Ka’an is part of the Great Maya Reef, home to hundreds of species of colorful fish and where you can admire pink snails, starfish, sea urchins and lobsters, among others.
The reserve has trails, and you can visit prehispanic vestiges of Chen- Chomac, Xamach and Vigía del Lago.
Declared a Biosphere Reserve on January 20, 1986, it was the fifth Mexican natural protected area included in the list of Biosphere Reserves of the Man and the Biosphere Program (MaB), and is included in the list of wetlands of international importance of the Ramsar Convention and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) included Sian Ka’an in World Heritage List.
Recommendations for both days: Light clothing, comfortable shoes and cap. Biodegradable sunscreen and repellent. Swimsuit and towel.
Approximate Cost per person: $ 8,000.00 pesos.
It includes breakfast. Transfers. Meals – Dinner. Activities. Accommodation in cabins.