Sian Ka’an Biosphere Expedition Biodiversity tour in search of dolphins and other wildlife.
For perspective, Sian Ka’an is even larger than the nearby island of Cozumel! An incredible place, which very simply said, can change your whole perspective on things. Sian Ka'an showed me Wild Dolphins at play and I can even imagine one blowing his air hole at us as if to say hello back. We saw a crocodile, manatee, and lots of different birds. Sian Ka’an is a biosphere reserve located just south of the town of Tulum in Quintana Roo. First, it should be understood that Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve is a massive area, sprawling across 5,280 km 2 (2,039 sq mi). The canal tour was beautiful. The boats are quite fast and zip through the canals making it exciting. Live one of the most natural wonder of the Riviera Maya with the Sian Ka’ An Tour! While navigating the mangrove forests, seagrass beds, barrier reef This is a world heritage site and protected nature reserve.
There are tons of activities for the whole family, and it truly is one of the most unique places to check out in Mexico.
It was Truly breathtaking. Sian Ka'an, "Where the Sky is Born", a Biosphere Reservation, along an unpaved road, just south of the Tulum Beach area. The Sian Ka'an is breathtaking. We saw a beautiful Crocodile underneath the marshes.
My friend kept calling the lagoon "Muyil" but I'm thinking it's Sian Ka'an preserve, but anyway.....I did the 1.5 hour tour, floated down the narrow channels. It covers over 1.6 million acres. Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve. On this adventure we will take you to enjoy the Caribbean Sea, lagoon, jungle, coral reef, colourful fish, birds, dolphins, crocodile and giant turtles.All into their natural habitat at the stunning Biosphere of Sian Ka’An (origin of the sky) UNESCO World Heritage since 1987. Join our expert guide in a boat exploration of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere, in search of a Dolphin Sanctuary located at the heart of this important World Heritage site of Unesco.
Sian Ka'an - Maya for "Where the Sky is Born" - is one of the best habitats in the Yucatan peninsula to look for wildlife.
Being so big, there are multiple access points into Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. We saw Family of Pelicans in the middle of a woodland island. How To Get to Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve from Tulum. Our guide was very knowledgeable and provided a lot of information about the area and the animals that live there.
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, Sian Ka’an is a definite must-visit. I didn't have any concerns about crocodiles, BUT we definitely saw what looked like crocodile eggs during the walk to the boat (after exiting the water).