Bioluminescence is a natural phenomenon caused by the large concentrations of plankton in the Gulf of Mexico, every night it illuminates our coasts due to a chemical reaction. The tour is done by golf cart until you reach Punta Cocos Bay or the surrounding area, a dark place perfect for observing the phenomenon as well as an unforgettable stellar mantle full of stars, constellations, nebulas and the milky way.Definitely a magical night!
Mangroves are the heart of Holbox, a place that houses species such asflamingos, pink spatula, ivis, osprey, pelicans, cormorants,crocodiles among others. A relaxing experience and total connection with Mother Nature and birdsong.
Get your group ready for a day full of beautiful natural scenarios visiting Holbox and surrounding areas: Yalahau freshwater spring, Isla de la Pasion a secluded quiet beach and Holbox a fisherman village with white sandy beaches and exquisite seafood.This experience is private just for your party, what gives you freedom to enjoy the sites at your own way.
Located to the northwest of Cancun, Mexico, Holbox Island (“Black Hole” in Yucatec Maya) is just 26 miles / 42 km long. Holbox is separated from the mainland coast of Mexico by a shallow lagoon which gives sanctuary to thousands of flamingos, pelicans and other exotic birds and creatures.An escape from a “classic” touristic experiences and known paths. Beauty, harmony, great outdoor time, crystal clear water, true spirit of the untouched nature.
Holbox Island is a real gem of nature and the ideal destination for those looking for a relaxing place to clear their mind and stay in touch with nature. The Island is located in the northern region of the peninsula of Yucatan surrounded by the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico offering an unequaled beauty while giving the visitors the feeling that time has stopped, since there aren’t any cars or highways on the island. A pleasant boat ride through the small Islands that surround Holbox where you can watch several types of birds: white and gray pelicans, frigate birds, seagulls and, depending on the season, even pink flamingos. During the boat trip you might also see dolphins and stingrays.