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About Uaymil

Uaymil Wildlife Protection Area.  Uaymil is part of a complex integrated by the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve and its reefs; it has one of the most important ecosystems in the...

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How to get there?

  • Most important locality


  • Airport

    Cancun International Airport, Quintana Roo

References and Transportation
  • Ways to get there

    Federal Highway 307, Entronque Mahahual-Limones, Nearby cities: Mahahual and Limones, Ejido El Cafetal.

  • Transportation facilities

    There is no specific transportation to get to the Protected Area. There are cabs that transport people from Mahahual to the town of Limones...

  • Mobility within the protected area

    There are no trails or any type of tourist infrastructure.

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  • Schedules

    No tourist visitation

  • Entrance fee

    $46.23 MXN

  • Average weather in the area

    Warm tropical sub-humid

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Activities and recommendations


  • Flora and fauna watching
  • Hiking
  • Nature and outdoor photography


  • Without information


Services within the PA


Lodging near the PA


Food service near the PA


Available services in the nearest locality to the PA

Self-service stores
Telephony and internet

Nearest locality to the PA


Admission fee

Protected Area entrance fee

$46.23 MXN Entrance prices per person, per day, as collection of rights.

Senior citizens, pensioned and retired persons, disabled persons, and minors under 12 years of age will be exempt from the payment of fees, whose status will be accredited once they enter the Protected Area, if applicable, with the corresponding valid credential. A 50% discount will be applied to students and teachers with a valid credential, which must be presented upon entering the Protected Area.

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Interesting facts

In Mayan language, Uaymil is the name of one of the sixteen provinces into which the Yucatan peninsula was divided when the Spanish conquero...

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It has one of the most important ecosystems in the region.

Representative species of PA

Jaguar (Panthera onca), Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis), Central American Tapir (tapirus bairdii), Margay (Leopardus wiedii), Jaguarundi (Herpai...

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You can see more representative species of Uaymil on the web site

Go to the Naturalista web site

Visitor regulations

Follow these indications to conserve the Protected Area

There is no tourist visitation.


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