Bird watching in Mexico

Szabo Gabor By Szabo Gabor, 29th Jan 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>Travel>North America>Mexico>The Yucatán

Have you ever been to Mexico? If you visit this exotic country you should go to a bird watching trip. It will be unforgettable.


Yucatan Eoolodge is a 5-hour drive from Cancun airport and is surrounded by beautiful coconut trees with wonderful views of the Gulf of Mexico. The whole area is famous for its incredibly varied plant and animal life, especially birds: parrots, pelicans, frigate birds, hummingbirds, cuckoos, toucans, eagles and so on. See the full list here witch beautiful pictures.


Stay in a comfortable bungalow with a veranda as well as bedroom, sitting room and bathroom. There are fans but no air conditioning. Meals are served in the main building - half board including tasty Mexican breakfast and 4-course candle-lit dinner. There is a lot of delicious fresh food and seafood available. There is also a bar, a games room and a swimming pool for you to enjoy.


A variety of tours are available including bird watching tours, trips to the famous caves in the area and moonlight safaris. There is also a small Natural History Museum, offering an overall view of the flora and fauna surrounding the hotel.

If you are interested in this trip visit this site for more information.


Animals, Birds, Bungalow, Country, Exotic, Family, Fauna, Flora, Holiday, Mexico, Plants, Safari, Tour, Travel, Trees, Trip, Views

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author avatar Szabo Gabor
I like reading, writing and sharing interesting articles. My favourite topics: environment, animals, plants, science, technology, useful tips and mysteries. Now I’m learning natural science at the university.

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author avatar aniketnik
30th Jan 2011 (#)

Perfect spot for spending holidays. Great way of telling things, short and up to the mark

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author avatar James R. Coffey
31st Jan 2011 (#)

There is a lot more to be said on this subject . . .

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author avatar Szabo Gabor
31st Jan 2011 (#)

My aim is to awaken the reader's interest not to write long, boring studies.

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