Located in the North of Yucatan Peninsula, Holbox is a paradise island nested in the Yum Balam Ecological Reserve, surrounded by a lagoon of crystal-clear emerald water. Flamingos, pelicans, exotic birds, whale sharks are among the many protected species found on the island.
The streets of the island are white sand and there only few cars. The most common vehicles you will meet are bicycles and golf carts.
You will various watersport like kitesurf, kayak, stand-up paddle, snorkeling, fishing. You can also bicycle or horse ride. Boat tours of the island are worthy as you will approach protected species like flamingos near Punta Coco and Isla Pasion or at Punta Mosquitoes, also snorkeling among stingray fishes at Cabo Catoche, a pristine beach only accessible by boat, where Spanish expeditions landed and began the exploration of Yucatan.