TOURS RIVIERA MAYA
Nowadays, the main attraction of the Xel-Há park is its large inlet, which is characterized by simultaneously being a seawater inlet to the continent and the mouth of several freshwater channels. Therefore, it is home to 70 species of aquatic fauna, such as the blonde, the parrotfish, surgeon, jack mackerel, sergeant major, chacchi, snapper, macabe, rays, chopa, and the occasional barracuda
Xel-Há is one of the few places in the world where two phenomena can be seen simultaneously: The termoclina y la haloclina. The dense and warm water of the sea, which can not be mixed immediately with the fresh water and the lower density of the fresh water channels, produces a visual effect similar to that of a mirage. A layer of liquid can be distinguished on the surface, such as oil on water, but it is actually the fresh water floating on the salt, which is of higher density
In the cove you can practice water sports such as
snorkel, el buceo y el snuba. A special space has also been prepared for activities such as coexistence with dolphins and manatees, and the
Sea Trekor underwater walk.
Around the creek there are endless formations of great beauty, such as a grotto whose walls are covered with fossils of extinct mollusks and other prehistoric specimens. Also nearby are the Paradise and Adventure cenotes, which house numerous species of fish and birds in danger of extinction
Bahía de los Caprichos also offers corners that show the charm of the Mexican Caribbean. There is also a mangrove area where you can swim