Come and enjoy an unforgettable experience, we will go into a protected area of around 6078 hectares in an extensive vegetation surrounded by tropical dry trees this wonderful place is home to 54 species of mammals, 221 species of birds, 8 species of amphibians and 12 varieties of reptiles here we will find 3 different types of trails or routes to choose from.
The Monkey Howler Trail that road lasts for (4 hours round trip) is noted for often observing howler monkeys in its wild state is also the Buena Vista trail that is characterized by its beautiful natural landscapes It is a friendly tour where you can see several species of native birds.
In the Higuerón trail it stands out for its slopes and its extensive vegetation and trees representative of the dry forest, then we will go to the Morro Mangroves and sail for around 2 hours through the estuary. Here we will find a variety of mangroves, red, white, and black these roots are an important element for its inhabitants because from here they obtain the products of fishing of commercial species, particularly the capture of the red crab.
The conservation of the Mangroves provide a refuge for several wild species such as the frigate birds, pikemen, raven duck, black-necked heron, white heron, blue heron Garza Nívea, crabeater - white ibis, heron pink palette most are threatened species in danger of extension and we will be able to observe a great variety in this route.
Finally, our activity ends in a Hacienda Cacaotera of approximately 100 hectares. This activity allows us to know the traditions of our farmers where the diversity of fruits, flowers and plantations of our region also stands out. We will learn in full control the entire process of the Cocoa Fruit from sowing, harvesting and post harvest, this is accompanied by the preparation and preparation of handmade 100% pure national chocolate.
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