Mexico is a country that has everything, because in addition to its history, gastronomy and culture, it has a great natural wealth that allows travelers and locals to bring out their exploring side to enjoy the incredible variety of landscapes, from jungles, deserts, beaches to mountainous places.

So on this occasion we share with you some natural wonders that you can visit if you are in Mexico.

The Great Mayan Reef

The Great Mayan Reef is the second largest coral reef in the world, after the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, and extends along the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. It is born in Cabo Catoche, north of Quintana Roo and borders the coasts of Belize, Guatemala and Honduras.

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Also called the Mesoamerican Reef, it is home to marine fauna such as turtles, whale sharks, rays, urchins, sponges, snails, starfish, and colorful fish, among other species.

Additionally, you can find cenotes, underwater caves that are perfect for underwater exploration.

This site is perfect for snorkeling and diving!

Blue Water Falls

The Agua Azul Falls are an incredible natural spectacle located in the state of Chiapas.

The water falls from dizzying heights, creating dazzling turquoise blue waterfalls, which are formed due to the high concentration of minerals in the water. The surrounding area is a national park with rainforests and crystal clear pools, making it a perfect place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty.

In addition, they can immerse themselves in the refreshing natural pools formed by the constant flow of water.

The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve

Located in the state of Quintana Roo, this paradise is perfect for lovers of wildlife and conservation.

It is home to exotic birds, jaguars, monkeys, manatees, turtles, among other marine species. Its mangroves, lagoons and coral reefs offer travelers the opportunity to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the Riviera Maya.

In addition to its ecological value, the reserve is also a cultural testimony, since it has been inhabited by indigenous communities since ancient times. Sian Ka’an represents a perfect balance between biodiversity preservation and sustainability, inviting travelers to immerse themselves in the majesty of nature and reflect on the importance of conserving these treasures for future generations.

Sumidero Canyon

The Sumidero Canyon is an impressive and deep gorge sculpted by the Grijalva River, located in the state of Chiapas.

It is 35 kilometers long and its vertical walls rise a thousand meters, offering an incredible spectacle, creating a dramatic and captivating landscape.

The best way to appreciate it is to take a boat and take a tour of the Grijalva River where you will have a panoramic view of the impressive rock forms and waterfalls that slide down the walls of the canyon; They will also have the opportunity to see crocodiles and a great variety of birds.

Copper Canyon

In the northwest of Mexico, in the state of Chihuahua, there is an incredible system of canyons that rivals the majesty of the Grand Canyon in the United States, the Copper Canyon or the Urique Canyon.

This set of canyons extends over more than 600 kilometers and is the creation of the Urique River.

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Its imposing cliffs and deep ravines offer incredible views.

The best way to admire this place is by traveling on the Chepe train, where travelers have the opportunity to see diverse landscapes, from pine forests to arid hills and waterfalls.

The rich geographic and cultural diversity of the region, home to indigenous communities such as the Rarámuri, adds a fascinating element to this experience, making the Copper Canyon a destination not only of natural wonder, but also of connection with the traditions rooted in these lands.

Paricutin Volcano

The Paricutin volcano is a geological wonder located in the state of Michoacán.

In 1943, the earth shook and, out of nowhere, this volcanic colossus emerged, covering the corn fields and displacing the population of San Juan Parangaricutiro. The town church was submerged in the hardened lava and became an iconic reminder of the eruption.

The Paricutin volcano, with its steep cone and surrounding lunar landscape, provides a unique window into creation and destruction in nature; In addition, it is an incredible archaeological site that allows travelers to explore its remains.

The Arc of Time

This is an incredible natural wonder located in the state of Chiapas.

It claims to be the largest natural arch in the world and visiting it is quite an experience.

To get to it it is necessary to trek, there are various routes, one of 3-4 days and another of 2 days; You can also get there in a day but it is a bit heavy.

In addition to trekking, you will also have to rappel to reach the Arch of Time.

You can sleep in the Arch and appreciate it during the day, at night and at dawn. Quite an experience!

Without a doubt, Mexico is full of incredible natural places and this list is endless, so we are just giving you a taste of what you can find in our country.

What other natural wonders of Mexico do you recommend?


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