Puerto Morelos Quintana Roo Side A and B
Destinations’ Analysis by Franco Magno
Hi!, how are you my Magno and enthusiastic travelers? Once again, I am here to provide you with a lifetime of traveling insights in Mexico.
Puerto Morelos in the state of Quintana Roo. It’s a small coastal village that has those visitors attractions that make it unmissable to visit on a bucket list for frequent travelers.
Charming fishermen village that enchants our senses with fantastic and colorful scenarios where Mother nature claims an iconic spot within Mexico’s lands.
You’ll see that slant lighthouse which stands on the beach of Puerto Morelos. That will translate into a selfie for sure.
But, you know what? Puerto Morelos is undoubtedly much more than that symbol.
It represents fresh breathing in the traveler’s plans. It represents a relaxed stop. It represents the divine gateway to the Maya Riviera.
So let’s walk into Magno side A and side B of Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo state.
The “Parque Nacional Arrecife de Puerto Morelos.” It will show you its extension of about 9066 hectares (22402.57 acres). It’s a redoubt of flora and fauna, an integral part of the “Sistema Arrecifal Mesoamericano.”
If you want to start conquering this fabulous Mother’s nature park with the right foot, there are boat tours that depart from the different beaches of Puerto Morelos, courtesy by local fishers.
The tour price is affordable in Mexican Pesos, and it takes no more than two hours to fascinate yourselves with this natural Mexican’s Caribbean beauty.
I could fill these lines with thousands of words and meaningful references to all the fantastic elements that this quaint Caribbean point reveals to its explorers.
However, I prefer not to spoil your imagination, and I wish you fill your eyes up with divine and paradisiacal scenarios that will freeze your intense explorers’ minds.
Some of the signs with safety instructions at the head of the beaches aren’t in English. These signs refer to the places where fields and strips of coral reef appear to the sights of visitors. They also represent a helpful guide for moving along the zones where coral reefs make their presence. This guide is a must-follow for boat tour operators and swimmers.
So, as I mentioned above, most of these sings are in the Spanish language. However, they show images and graphic indications that you can easily understand because they refer to ordinary human beings’ behaviors and procedures. I mean, most visitors will understand without any issue a restrictive banned circle that refers to an activity or place where a visitor or even a local cannot goo through.
Thanks to these visual guides, you require no Spanish at all.
Anyways, most of the local tour operators and fishers command a set of basic English phrases and vocabulary so that everybody can get the idea.
Besides, these local friends know mostly those areas where nobody means nobody there.
Puerto Morelos is the northernmost point where the “Riviera Maya” begins. Nature, flora, fauna, unique experiences that you will only find in Quintana Roo’s beautiful gems.
And of course, all of the fun, relaxation, and natural beauty awaits your presence to fill your senses with the most amazing views the Mexican Caribbean has to serve on your traveling schedules.
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