It is one of the largest botanical gardens in the Mexican Republic and the most important in the area. It contains several collections of plants in the region, as well as various wildlife species. There are demonstrations of the process of gum extraction, a recreation of a Mayan dwelling, and a small space dedicated to melipona bees.
Located right on the highway in Puerto Morelos. You should be able to see the arch that represents the entrance, on your right side when driving from Cancun to Tulum. This route is full of incredible cenotes, around 20 different options to swim, snorkel or dive.
Being in Puerto Morelos and not taking a picture in this iconic place is like not having been.
The state of the lighthouse is the result of the passage of a strong hurricane that hit its shores in September 1967. It is located in front of the pier of the Ventana al Mar beach.
You cannot miss the opportunity to visit Crococún, an interactive conservation zoo where it is allowed to touch, load, and feed crocodiles, monkeys, deer, and snakes.
Located in the center, here you can find local handicrafts and souvenirs, in addition to being able to observe the development of different products such as hammock spinning, the carving of precious stones, among others.