The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve (whose name in Mayan means Sky Gate or Where the Sky is Born) is part of the Yucatan peninsula. It’s main characteristic is thin piece of land, made partly of limestone which is the reason for the Tulum mainland as the birth of the beautiful cenotes (or water wells). In the Caribbean Sea, in front of the coast of Sian Ka’an is a complex of the second largest coral reefs in the world.
This biodiversity of the Sian Ka’an Reserve is one of the most incredible natural settings for a luxury getaway.
Imagine waking up to the sound of birds, meditating in front of the crystalline blue sea, spectacular sunrise and the shadow of huge palm trees. At the end of the day, magical sunsets can be seen from the pier in the lagoon on the other side of the narrow coast, where a few private houses are built under the ecological parameters indicated by the National Park Association.
This jungle covered narrow strip of land occupies an area of 528,147 hectares and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987.
In this reserve there are more than 400 species of animals, including mayan jungle king jaguar, monkeys, racoons, in addition to dolphins, manatees and more than 300 species of royal birds. Within Sian Ka’an Biosphere, at the very end of the strip in front of the coral reef is a small fishing village called Punta Allen. It is oldest fishing village in the area.
After a trip till the end from the entrance to the Park, this beautiful and isolated town are local restaurants where you can taste delicacies with fresh seafood.
Sian Ka’an Biosphere has the most beautiful wild beaches in the Caribbean Cost and the best thing about this place is that it has big private spaces for you to disconnect from city life and put your feet on the sand in direct contact with nature.
This ecological tourism spot is a kind of trip that you cannot forget, where luxury and nature combine to create a unique experience.