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A parking lot near the beach and mangrove swamp that allowed us to park overnight. Talk to the parking lot owner for info. Tent camping area nearby that is owned by his brother. Costs a few pesos to use the showers and toilets.
fabulous place to see Turtles, Crocodiles , Iguanas and endless birds. This entire village is a cooperative and the guys in the red shirts all work together . you can do tours of the Mangrove lagoon and see Crocodiles, birds and Iguanas. the cost of the trips goes towards the upkeep of the eco site. if you share a boat its 100 peso for about 1 1/2 hour trip. In the Evenings you can take part in the release of baby turtles into the ocean . In the night you can see huge turtles coming onto the shore to lay eggs . Parking is good and it is definitely bug Rig friendly . The parking at the rear of Mangrove tours is peaceful . Showers and Toilets are available in the village for 5 peso. David and his wife Lily of Mangove tours are extremely friendly and David Speaks good English. its a great place to experience wildlife . RecommendedReport Check-In
160pesos for 2 people and a van. Toilet and showers. No electricity.Report Check-In
Chose the men in red Shirts. They are che apeé and well informed. An excellent tour.80 pesosReport Check-In
We took the mangrove tour with the red shirt ‘company’. It’s in a rowboat and at very slow pace so you can really enjoy the beautiful nature. We saw a lot of crocodiles and iguanas and many different birds. Highly recommended.Report Check-In
Cool boat tour guided by someone that tells you about mangrove ecosystems while you admire crocodiles and various lifeforms. Paid 50p. Make sure you go with the red shirt people. They are much more conscious for the environment as they are working hard restoring the mangrove following a hurricane in 2012. The white shirt company brings you onto an island where you see "wild" animals that cannot leave the place and some of which do not exist in Oaxaca, like a monkey.
Nice attraction. The mangrove is still very destroyed though.Report Check-In
Largato Real , une belle petite communauté qui est proche de la nature dans le respect !
C'est très agréable de profiter d'un tour en lancha dans la mangrove, observer les animaux (multitudes d'oiseaux, tortues d'eau douce, iguanes verts, crocodiles..) dans leurs habitats naturels avec les informations très complètes du guide qui vous emmènera.
Ils sont très professionnels et accueillants, ils préservent la nature en étant conscients de son importance.
Ils ont pour projet de replanter de la mangrove qui a malheureusement subit de gros dommages suite à un gros ouragan en 2012.
Passer les voir et prenez un tour pour les soutenir dans une si belle démarche, ce n'est pas cher et vous passerez un excellent moment !
Nous recommandons vivement cette communauté responsable!!
80 pesos par personne , à ne pas manquer !! (zone de camping)
Pour vous faire une idée et continuer à les soutenir :
Facebook : lagartoreal.ventanilla
Sur place nous avons rencontré ADEMA'N un couple venu les soutenir.
Il réalise un documentaire sur les actions menées pour replanter et préserver la mangrove.
Sans plus attendre : www.ademan.com.mx
Julie et JulienReport Check-In
You have to go to the end for the 80pesos/pers mangrove tour. Very nice people. The parking wasn't free, although it's a public parking. 80pesos/pers for the night. Could have bargained but wanted tout give something to the community.Report Check-In
80 mxn per person for lagoon tour. stayed overnight in parking lot for free. WiFi available. Ask at reception for access.Report Check-In
Nice little eco-tour run by a village cooperative. Saw lots of crocs and iguanas on the small island, as well as lots of bird.
We stopped at first place (there appears to be another at the end of the road) and altho we didn't stay they will happily let you camp there (presumably for free).Report Check-In
The mangrove tour is well worth it. $50 pesos a person. The iguana are awesomeReport Check-In