Riviera Maya Photo of the Day – Turquoise Browed Motmot

Posted September 6, 2013 by Kay Walten in Enviroment,Riviera Maya Activities,Riviera Maya Photos,Sustainable Tourism


These little guys are beautiful ambassadors of the Yucatan. With over 350 bird species in the Riviera Maya, birders vacationing here have found their paradise. Birdwatching tours can be found all over Riviera Maya, Costa Maya and Yucatan, and depending on where you are staying you can just step outside your vacation rental and look up – who knows what feathered discoveries you will make!

Check out some of our vacation rentals in the Sian Kaan where the birdwatching is second to none!

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