FAMILY ADVENTURE: IMPORTANT INFO
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
* We are flying to Merida, Yucatan. We are accepting bookings in a first-come, first-serve basis.
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Your Celestun Family Adventure Includes:
What is included:
Your FAMILY ADVENTURE includes:
- Junior Suite or Master Suite/Double or Single Occupancy
- All Organic Meals
- Private Transportation (Merida airport-Xixim-Merida airport)
- Pink Flamingo Eco Tour
- All Taxes
What is not included:
International or Internal flights, Optional and additional accident/baggage/cancellation insurance, Passport and Visa fees, Excess baggage charges, Travel insurance, Personal Expenses (Spa, Mini-bar, Personal Phone Calls, Laundry services), All beverages not mentioned in the description for this tour, Any tips or gratuities not specifically mentioned in the description for this tour, alcoholic beverages, optional activities and sightseeing not mentioned in this tour, and all personal expenses.
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At Xixim, the green-emerald Gulf of Mexico’s sea is tranquil and shallow, with calm waves.
Located northwestern part of the Yucatan Peninsula in the Celestun Biosphere Reserve, Hotel Xixim is nestled on a 3 mile virgin white sand beach, full of shells and conchs. The sea is tranquil, very shallow, and has abundant aquatic life…The beach and the sea
There are a great variety of flowers in the hotel area. Main wintering area for the greater American Pink Flamingo, endemic birds in coastal dune scrubs, migrant and wintering water birds, shorebirds and songbirds, Celestun is famous for its wide variety of avian life…Birds in Celestun
From the 8 species of turtles surviving in the world, 7 exist in Mexico and 4 nest along the coasts of the Yucatan Peninsula. The turtles spend their whole life in the water except for the brief moments when the females come ashore to nest and lay their eggs. The female sea turtle arrives ashore at night to her nesting beach at Hotel Xixim in the months of April, May, June or July.
Xixim’s 32 spacious and attractively furnished suites were designed to harmonize with the surrounding nature, providing romance and intimacy in luxurious spaces. Every Mayan suite bungalow has a private terrace with thatched roof, and an amazing panoramic view of the emerald sea.
For ecological reasons the suites are not equipped with air conditioning. Instead, two ceiling fans, a well-designed air circulation system and the Mayan technology, “la palapa” (high thatched roof), will provide you enough refreshing ventilation.
Celestun is located 90 km (56 miles) west of Merida, Yucatan (route 281) and/or 216 km (134 miles) to the north of Campeche, Campeche (route 180), towards the western tip of the Yucatan Peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico.
Celestun Biosphere Reserve is the home of: Pink Flamingos, Reptiles, Spider monkeys, Birds, Jaguars, Anteaters, Raccoons, Sea Turtles, Ocelots and Coatis.
Climate: Warm and semi arid. The annual average temperature is 26.5 ºC (80 ºF), the hottest month being May with an average 29 ºC (84 ºF) and the coolest, January, with 23 ºC (73 ºF). The annual precipitation goes up to 777 mm (30 inches). The highest monthly average rainfall is in September with 166 mm (6.5 inches) and the lowest in March with 5.2 mm (0.2 inches). More than 80% of the precipitation occurs during the months of June to September.
Average Weather: 93Max – 63 Min
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