"Celestún" Celestùn by AnnaLupilla

Celestùn Travel Guide: 29 reviews and 49 photos

Along the coast of the Gulf of México between the States of Yucatán and Campeche is the natural biosphere reserve of Celestun. A natural habitat of the pink flamingo, here a visitor can witness a spectacular nature show of hundreds of these birds as they proceed by boat through the peaceful coastal waters. In addition to the flamingo, this area also provides shelter to over 70 bird species, different reptiles and fish species, such as the carey turtle, black crocodile, pink crane and a number of parrot species.
Celestun is unique, incomparable with any other region of Mexico. The local inhabitants welcome the visitor to stay to enjoy the delicious cuisine that they offer at an incredibly low cost.

  • Last visit to Celestùn: Oct 2003
  • Intro Written Nov 26, 2004
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