The wild beauty of Holbox
Located north of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, Isla Holbox (hol-bosh) in Quintana Roo State is part of the Yum Balam Biosphere Reserve.
It is separated from the mainland by the shallow Yalahau Lagoon, which is home to more than 150 bird species, including roseate spoonbills, pelicans, herons, ibis and flamingos.
The island is between the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, with waters rich in marine life, including sea turtles, dolphins, manta rays and whale sharks.
Island highlights include bird watching, whale sharks viewing, kiteboarding, Holbox Village, Punta Coco Beach and enjoying the island’s natural beauty.
Rooms & Suites
Choose from 1 or 2 bedroom cabins.