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Hammock Island

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Hammock Island

Just in front of Jardin Corona, with excellent views to the Lake of the beautiful dolphins, Hammock Island is an ideal place to relax and indulge with the whims of the Caribbean Sea. Fabulous cocktails are served just a few steps, at the bar of Jardin Corona, and you can enjoy them with all the tranquillity of the world.

Hammocks have been used by the Mayan culture for centuries, and are still in common use today. This defiance of gravity helps the body to be in the most comfortable position, and the smoothness with which it is swayed, reassures even the most restless soul. But lying on a hammock is not easy! One should make sure to read the recommendations located around the area, to begin mastering the art of suspended relaxation.

caleta Xel-Há

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  • Caleta Xel-Há
  • Caleta Xel-Há
  • Caleta Xel-Há
  • Caleta Xel-Há
  • Caleta Xel-Há

Xel-Ha's Inlet

Xel-Ha is a sea Inlet into the continent, and at the same time, a multi-channel estuary of freshwater to the sea. The white sands and shimmering waters of Xel-Ha and the Riviera Maya are the result of the erosion of coral reefs of the Yucatan Peninsula over thousands of years. Xel-Ha is home to more than 90 marine and freshwater species, including blonde, parrot fish, surgeon, horse mackerel, Sergeant Major, chacchi, snapper, bonefish, striped sea bream, and the occasional barracuda. The queen conch, a protected species, inhabits Xel-Ha under careful monitoring. Occasionally, some turtles and manatees visit the Inlet.

Bahía de los Caprichos

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  • Bahía de los Caprichos
  • Bahía de los Caprichos
  • Bahía de los Caprichos
  • Bahía de los Caprichos

Bay of Caprices

If relaxation is a whim, then this sacred place is the ultimate luxury. Minutes from the Path, near the Floating Bridge, this small bay is one of the many secrets kept by Xel-Ha.

These small spots are hard to find, sometimes they just have enough space to place a couple of lounge chairs. This is precisely the reason to find them. Explore the road less travelled, take shortcuts and deviations, and suddenly getting lost, will give away the most pleasant surprise, a beautiful reward, a time to take your breath away.

Inicio del Río - Mangles

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  • Inicio del Río - Mangles
  • Inicio del Río - Mangles
  • Inicio del Río - Mangles
  • Inicio del Río - Mangles
  • Inicio del Río - Mangles

Home River - Mangles

mangroves are vital to our ecosystem: Mexico has one of the largest expanses of mangrove in the world. In Quintana Roo, there are 4 types of mangroves (White, Black, Red and Botoncillo). These provide shelter against extreme weather conditions and are home to numerous species (crustaceans, mammals and birds).
The red mangrove is the only species that lives in salt water and functions as a natural filter of water, is a provider of oxygen and nutrients to the coral reef. It is a natural barrier against hurricanes and controls sea erosion on the coast.
Although Xel-Ha River provides a constant flow of fresh water, these mangroves should support factors such as low oxygen, low nutrients, high tides and a constant adjustment of salt. Its versatility has given them whimsical designs that become wonderful views seen from above, and mesmerizing when viewed underwater.
An excellent overview of this mangrove forest can be obtained from the footpath to the river, making a small deviation that leads to a platform totally surrounded by this wonderful vegetation.

Xel-Há
With turquoise waters as a scenario, Xel-Há is a unique set of inlets, lagoons and cenotes, arising from the longest underground river in the world. The world's most beautiful natural aquarium, a place to fill your senses with the wonderful colours of tropical fish and stunning marine vegetation that inhabits the inlet.