Nature Tourism

Mexico
Tourism that has an emphasis on the natural world, sentient and otherwise.

Birdwatching in San Blas star
The coastal and tropical village of San Blas, Nayarit is justifiably referred to as being a "birder's paradise." As an avid birdwatcher, it is a goal of mine to visit there every January to experience many of the over 300 species of birds that may annually occur there.

Cenotes Symbol of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula star
While on a primarily birding trip in the Yucatan Peninsula's Riviera Maya, I "discovered" a world comprised of 100's of non-sentient natural wonders, cenotes. Come learn more about these natural wells with turquoise and green crystalline water, many of which have underground, explorable caves.

Nature-Based Tourism Interview with Mark Pretti star
What is nature-based tourism? What does it involve and how can it be preserved in Mexico and elsewhere? What are some of Mexico's nature-based hotspots? This article which spotlights an interview with naturalist and tour leader Mark Pretti addresses those questions and "naturally" much more.

San Blas a Laid Back Tropical Coastal Village star
Located in between Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan, San Blas, Nayarit is a laid back and affordable tropical beach, ocean, mangrove, and river community that has much to offer its visitors. "No-see-ums" or not, San Blas and its environs are well worth exploring.

Sustainability in the Riviera Maya Interview star
The Riviera Maya has been described as a tropical paradise. However, unplanned development and large scale tourism is threatening its fragile ecosystems. This is the first of three interview articles with Michael P. Halle exploring "sustainability: the future of tourism in the Riviera Maya."

Sustainability in the Riviera Maya Interview #3 star
The Riviera Maya has been described as a tropical paradise. However, unplanned development and large scale tourism is threatening its fragile ecosystems. This is the 3rd of three interview articles with Michael P. Halle exploring "sustainability: the future of tourism in the Riviera Maya."

Sustainability in the Riviera Maya Interview Cont. star
The Riviera Maya has been described as a tropical paradise. However, unplanned development and large scale tourism is threatening its fragile ecosystems. This is the 2nd of three interview articles with Michael P. Halle exploring "sustainability: the future of tourism in the Riviera Maya."

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