Holbox

Holbox an oasis of peace and tranquility is a part of the Yum Balam Nature Reserve. It is separated from the mainland by the Yalahau Lagoon, which is home to flamingos and pelicans.

Most of the people of Holbox Island make their living fishing. The streets of Holbox Island are made of white sand, common of Caribbean islands, and there are very few cars. Electricity reached the island in 1987, and even now, visitors should expect spotty cell and WiFi signals. Google Maps doesn’t recognize the sandy pathways that function as informal streets.

Holbox is a great destination for street art. Many homes are painted in bright colors, and it’s not unusual for local businesses to hand-paint signs or decor for their restaurants and shops.

The tour:

Transfer to the cruise terminal. Boarding motor boats. Enjoying the cruise and observing birds nesting in the mangroves and lagoon: ibis, flamingos, pelicans and frigate birds.Lunch. Rest and relax on the beach. Return to the hotel.

What to take with you:

Sun protection, swimming suit, towel. Additional snacks and water. We recommend that visitors use eco-friendly sunblock, because this helps to preserve the environment.

Price includes: transportation from / to the hotel, entrance fees, mask, tube and life jacket, guide, lunch, a bottle of water.

Price does not include: other beverages and tips.