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Eco Touristic Places in Mexico 2024

Eco Touristic Places in Mexico 2024

If you are a true nature lover, here is the list of the most interesting ecotourism destinations in 2024.

Isla Contoy, is located in Quintana Roo, Mexico, a place declared as a natural reserve and refuge of its flora and fauna. Isla Contoy is an island uninhabited by people but home to wonderful animals in their natural habitat.

Tour a Isla Contoy-1

You cannot miss this fantastic experience where you can observe different marine species such as manta rays, turtles, colorful fish, and crustaceans, among others.

Rio Lagartos Reserve Natural Park, Yucatan

Rio Lagartos is located on the northern coast of Yucatan, a protected area surrounded by mangroves where you will find wide biodiversity.

The reserve is a subtropical forest area where the splendid American pink flamingo and crocodiles live.

Additionally, you will find different species of migratory birds, sea turtles, armadillos, and even the spider monkey. The best way to visit Rio Lagartos is by taking a boat tour.

El Madresal, Chiapas

Located in Chiapas, Madresal is where you will be in total contact with nature and discover the flora with a spectacular mangrove area. This place is a tourist project on the Chapaneca coast, created by local fishermen to conserve the flora and fauna of the region.


Other activities you can do are enjoying the waves of the Pacific Ocean and taking a boat ride that includes experienced guides to get to know a large part of the place.

At El Madresal, you can do sport fishing, snorkeling, diving, and other water activities. You will also be able to appreciate the flora and fauna of the place, its mangroves, crocodiles, fish, etc.

Garden of Edward James Xilitla, San Luis Potosí

It is a magical town in Mexico known for its nature and surrounding vegetation. In Xilitla, you will have the opportunity to visit the famous Edwards eco-tourist Castle, where you will discover the different sculptures the famous Edward James created. Also, you will be able to see this place's beautiful natural garden.


This semi-tropical paradise will give you an unforgettable moment while you walk through the labyrinths leading to the different sculptures. You will cross the corridor of “The Seven Serpents,” which represents the seven deadly sins and highlights the “divine eyes,” another sculpture created by the artist.

Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary, Michoacán

One of the most beautiful migratory phenomena in the world happens in Michoacán, and it is the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary, in which each year, more than 150 million monarch butterflies arrive to be appreciated and continue with their new generations. Michoacán witnesses one of the most incredible shows in Mexico, a unique show worth enjoying.


The sanctuary tour is carried out by an expert guide who will tell you about the entire route butterflies take to reach Mexico.

The best month to visit this sanctuary is in March, when the sun and heat allow them to enjoy themselves, as in cold weather, the butterflies tend to take shelter.

Sotano de las Golondrinas, San Luis Potosí

It’s a vertical cavern more than 300 meters deep located at the Aquismon site in San Luis Potosí that was declared a natural monument because it is the refuge of thousands of birds that leave their nests at dawn and come to the surface together.


You can experience this scenario on your next trip to San Luis Potosí, where thousands of swallows come together to the surface to leave.


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