The 5 most impressive protected places in Mexico

Mexico offers different protected sites to discover during vacations.

During our vacations in Mexican lands it is possible to make a very complete trip discovering the most incredible protected natural areas. It is a unique opportunity to enjoy what the North American country offers us from the natural point of view, so that couples and families get to know some of the 183 Protected natural areas.

copper canyons

Copper Canyon is a really exciting place to visit in MexicoBarrancas del Cobre is a very unique place, since the ethnic group inhabits this site. rarámuri. It is located in the Chihuahua state and allows us to enjoy the incredible cliffs of the area, with some canyons that are deeper than the well-known Grand Canyon of Colorado, so prudence is required when going to the place.

Islands of the Sea of ​​Cortez

A place that also usually attracts the attention of travelers is discovering the islands of the Sea of ​​Cortez, which is a Natural Heritage of Humanity and offers the possibility of knowing the marine fauna of the area such as dolphins, whales and even sea lions. It has about 900 islands of different sizes.

Izta-Popo National Park

It is interesting to know the Izta-Popo National Park, an area where we can enjoy a pine forest while we take a walk. It offers a series of interpretive trails for tourists to enjoy and you can see the famous Popocatépetl and Iztaccihuatl volcanoes, which are quite famous and many tourists want to see them.

Cumbres de Monterrey National Park

The protected area known as Cumbres de Monterrey National Parka place where tourists can explore the different caves in the area, go speleology, hike along the paths of the area and abseiling. In addition, waterfalls and rocky monuments are some of the many alternatives.

Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve

A place that is a World Heritage Site is the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reservea butterfly that can be seen on this site, as well as being able to see the incredible nuptial dance of this colorful insect.

Via | Biodiversity
Photo | Mexolive-Pixabay
Photo 2 | Marco Antonio Ibarra Neri-Wikimedia

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