Islas Marietas National Park
There is no turning back, you have boarded a ship, bringing along your snorkel and fins, and are about to begin one of the most beautiful and surprising ecotourism adventures in Mexico.
Enjoy the ride, because during the course of 45 minutes you will be able to see a landscape where there will be nothing but the tranquility of the ocean, and if you are lucky, you will be able to see some sunbathing sea turtles, dolphins and even whales.
UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
A natural landmark of the Banderas Bay, the Islas Marietas are among the most important spots in all of Mexico
A place to preserve
Home to several endangered bird species such as the Blue- Footed Boobie which can only be found on the Islands of the Sea of Cortez and the Galapagos Islands.
The Marieta Islands are a crucial nesting, refuge, reproduction and migration area for at least 92 species of birds - native and migratory - and at least 6 of then nest on the island.