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Parks and Reserves in Mexico

Biosphere Reserve El Vizcaíno

This marine reserve is the major gray whale calving area. Visitors can partake in whale watching excursions throughout the 25,000 square kilometer reserve in the Sea of Cortez.


Biosphere Reserve El Cielo
This reserve covers a range of altitudes in the Sierras and contains three unique ecosystems: tropical, semi-desert, and temperate. The reserve is home to various tropical plants and animals including 40 different types of orchids found in the higher altitude cloud forests.


Biosphere Reserve El Triunfo
This biodiverse cloud forest region in the Sierra Madre de Chiapas is a bird watcher's haven with incredible plants and wildlife including dozens of bird species. And for those that are less experienced, your guide will have a professional bird spotting eye so you won't miss a thing.


Biosphere Reserve La Encrucijada
This reserve protects various coastal lagoons, wetlands, sandbars, and the country's tallest mangroves. This is an important breeding spot for migratory birds as well as the home to jaguars, ocelots, spider monkeys, sea turtles, crocodiles, serpents, iguanas, and many more incredible creatures.


Biosphere Reserve Sian Ka'an
Located in the Quintana Roo coast area is a large reserve of tropical jungle, marsh, mangroves, and islands. You can join a guided tour through the forest and enjoy sea kayaking, biking, snorkeling, bird watching, and camping.