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Yucatan is an exceptional state, full of natural wealth possessing a unique coastline all the way from Rio Lagartos to Celestun which stretches more than 378 miles long, at the edge of the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Rio Lagartos and other nearby ports all have their own distinct and exciting magic touch, which helps get away from the day to day hustle and bustle of the city. By visiting this port you can also find the ecological reserve nearby which helps people find relaxation while getting to observe nature at its finest.
Progreso is the port of entry to the Yucatan, an excellent place for practicing all types of water sports: sailboards, windsurfing and kayaking. Here you can walk along the boardwalk, enjoying the breeze and taste the delicious regional cuisine in the many restaurants lining the waterfront of the shore.
Dzilam Bravo is just one hour from the city of Merida, this small fishing port counts among its tourist attractions springs into the sea, mangroves, and the areas where the river meets the sea and beautiful, pristine beaches where you can go camping, fishing, and bird-watching.
Mangroves of san crisanto- Come and discover this small fishing village that is located 20 minutes from Telchac toward Progreso. On the way you can find flamingos, water birds and finish your visit off by cooling down in the breathtaking cenote near the sea.
Ria Celestun is located 90 km west of Merida, Yucatan (route 281) and / or 216 km north of Campeche, Campeche (route 180) towards the western tip of the Yucatan Peninsula in the Gulf Mexico, this is a port full of mystery, where many exotic species coexist in this beautiful nature of the Yucatan.
This is a small nook in the Yucatecan coast that with its calm and transparent waters, this is the ideal place to practice all kinds of diverse watersports and swimming. You can also enjoy a relaxing day just lying by the coast. Telchac is located about 69 km northeast of Mérida on the highway number 281.
Sisal is a legendary shipping port, almost all of the henequén that has been produced in the state in the ninteenth century was shipped through. Its warm smile is in its beaches and of course, in its exotic, natural scenery. The beautiful migratory birds, like the Canadian duck that come every year seeking the tranquility of the Sisal Sea that welcomes them kindly. Sisal is located in the western part of Yucatán, about 53 km from the city of Mérida.
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