Nice pink waters. Hundred or thousands of flamingoes depending on time of year. Alligators. Birds all part of the river tours that us offered on Rio lagartos.
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We were a family of five and decided to go on the boat trip. It lasted over three hours and was amazing from start to finish. We visited the mangroves, saw birds and especially flamingos. We went to Los Colorados and saw the pink water...More
We took a boat trip early in the morning and it was totally worth it. We saw lots of flamingos and orther birds.
RUTA FLAMINGO: call Martin Aguiñaga. His card is on the pics of this review. He is the best tour guide in town! He really goes out of his way to make you comfortable and to make your dreams of flamingo watching come true. We saw...More
This was such a great tour to do and very peaceful to be surrounded by nature and fresh air. We took two boats out at 8am and toured the mangroves. It was amazing to see all the flamingos, diving ducks, eagles etc. and we were...More
We hired a taxi for the day (1100 pesos, probably a rip-off...), and left Valladolid at 7:30 in the morning. Upon arrival in Rio Lagartos, a guide spotted us and took us to the river. We arranged a 2 hour boat trip in the mangrove...More
Let's give Mexico credit for doing one thing right; maintaining this fabulous location as a nature preserve. The unique ecology and fabulous diversity of wildlife are kept for all to enjoy, and the little nearby communities are managing to put together some solid tourism businesses...More
Spent a marvelous couple of hours on a boat to see the wildlife at this wonderful nature reserve. Saw lots of birds, a massive crocodile and of course the flamingos all in their natural habitat. Our guide (arranged by the hotel) was very knowledgeable and...More
Beautiful, serene, so much wildlife to behold. I saw a wide variety of birds, including the Flamingos as well as crocodiles-very exciting!
In late April I had an ecotour with 4 friends in Rio Lagartos! Staying in Merida, we had to start our journey at 0800! It took around 2 hour more to arrive from Merida to Rio Lagartos! Then we got on a boat for 2...More