Mexico offers an extremely diverse range of natural habitats, including desert, rainforest, mountainous areas, and more. It is also home to an abundance of wildlife, including wolves, jaguars, ocelots, and more than 1,000 types of birds.
Every year, millions of monarch butterflies migrate 3,400 miles to their winter home in Mexico.
The Lacandon Jungle in Yucatan includes beautiful waterfalls, Mayan ruins, and wildlife such as jaguars and macaws.
Hierve el Agua
Mexico’s geothermal hot springs (water that is heated naturally from an underground source) are warmed by volcanic elements and unique in their hillside location.
Calakmul Biosphere Reserve
Once of Mexico’s largest natural reserves, this includes Mayan ruins, amazing wildlife, and exceptional preservation.