Isla Contoy Bird Sanctuary

Isla Contoy, a pristine and uninhabited island at the northeastern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, was established as a national wildlife reserve in 1981 and is sanctuary to more than 70 species of birds. This lush jungle island habitat is host to pelicans, egrets, flamingos and the magnificent frigate as well as an abundance of other land and marine animal life.
Isla Contoy Bird Sanctuary
Here you'll be able to snorkel, laze around on the beach and, of course, bird watch as you take in the incredible surroundings that convey an atmosphere nothing short of a Caribbean paradise.