The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, just south of Tulum, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the most sensitive eco-systems in the Riviera Maya. The beaches are wild, unadulterated and conjure up images of Robinson Crusoe or, the more modern castaway. Explore miles of white sand on these picturesque beaches.
Located in the heart of Quintana Roo’s coastline, Sian Ka’an beaches extend of Tulum and south to Punta Allen. The beaches in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere are raw, natural, and diverse. Some are placid and protected, while others are exposed and rugged. All beaches are spectacular in their own way. If you really need to get away, this is the place to go! It is paradise as we know it and love the beaches in the area.
There are a few beaches with official parking lots for your car. The first beach area is located a few miles past the entrance arches. The local security guard that looks after this sandy parking takes tips to watch your car and will deliver fresh coconuts when asked. Other beach areas are found by searching for an opening in the jungle. We have discovered some pretty cool beach areas with not a person in site when we have ventured into the Sian Ka’an.
With miles of tranquil beaches, the sparkling turquoise waters of the Caribbean, and absolutely no one around –Sian Ka’an beaches are truly the view that calls for a picture-postcard perfect shot and beach day!
Sian Ka’an has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and it is the largest protected area in the Mexican Caribbean (approximately 1.3 million acres).
If you love nature, Sian Ka’an has a lot to offer; there are over one 1,400 species of plants, as well as more than 300 species of resident and migratory birds. There are also pumas, ocelots, jaguars, tapirs, howler and spider monkeys, white tail deer, wild boar white cheeks, manatees, dolphins, crocodiles, and several species of sea turtles that call Sian Ka’an their home. Additionally, Sian Ka’an faces the Mesoamerican reef, home to hundreds of species of fish and other marine wildlife. If you like diving or snorkeling, you will discover an endless show of sponges, pink conch, starfish, sea urchins, and spiny lobsters, just to name a few. And if your thing is fishing, there are plenty of areas where you can throw out a line and see what bites.
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