Travel Blogs from Celestun, Mexico

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Celestun, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Celestun

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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Off season = very expensive = restaurant closed at 6pm = nothing to do. Was aiming at seeing the pink flamingo, but thought that 75us$ was a bit much. I guess no tourist is not always a good thing ...

Pink Flamingos, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Pink Flamingos

A travel blog entry by thelees

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... would've been more straightforward but we'd have less of a story to tell! We arrived around 12:30pm to find the streets of Celestun totally ripped up. Drilling and digging was underway all the way from the plaza to the main street, Calle 12, where ...

Celestun, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Celestun

A travel blog entry by rayou

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... ). Je m'inscrit donc a une excursion qui nous fait découvrir ces oiseaux ainsi que des cormorans, pélicans et autres types d'échassiers. Celestun est au bord de la mer et les flamands roses vivent sur un bras de mer. A cette epoque les flamands ne sont ...

Celestun, Yucatan, Mexico travel blog

Celestun

A travel blog entry by janicksbrown

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... into a massive site, can,t believe they are all so different. Again hardly anyone there so it was great. Staying the night at celestun to see the flamingos. Very small town in a nature reserve. We heard the restaurants close at 7, surely not, yep they ...

Celestun, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Celestun

A travel blog entry by kellyjanebaker

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Damm Dan!, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Damm Dan!

A travel blog entry by maille

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... fought and i recon twill make them stronger!!! Just hope they get a rest as they seem to badly need it!!! Anyway went to Celestun yesterday for about 3hrs, gorgeous beach and good fish even if twas a 5hr round trip twas worth it!!! Didn´t have time to ...

Celestún Nature Reserve, Yucatan, Mexico travel blog

Celestún Nature Reserve

A travel blog entry by dbadgery

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Boat trip into Ria Celestún National Nature Reserve Afternoon on the beach (and even in the ...

Celestum – mainly for those interested in bi, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Celestum – mainly for those interested in bi

A travel blog entry by swanning_around

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... learned something of the way of life in the rural Mayan towns from our guide who grew up in one. Then eventually we reached Celestun and transferred to a small boat with an outboard engine. The birds we were going to see are in the estuary a little way ...

Flamingos, Celustun, Mexico travel blog

Flamingos

A travel blog entry by lizzatwell

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P>We rented 2 beds appear to have ended up with an entire hostel - good deal!<BR><BR>We arrived yesterday afternoon in this small sea side conservation town and enjoyed watching the fish being brought in at sunset, while others fished off ...

Finally have seen the coast, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Finally have seen the coast

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

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Most people who go to the Yucatan will see the coast in Cancun. We never got to it there. Today we took a tour to Celestun. It is an estuary where there are lots of birds. We saw flamingos, herons, pelicans, cormerands, and frigate birds. We need to ...

Celestun : flamigos, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Celestun : flamigos

A travel blog entry by mymzy

The long awaited flamingos and the ...

Celestun, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Celestun

A travel blog entry by emeric.bensaci

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Balade a Celestun, sur la cote, ou on peut voir des sources d'eau douce au milieu de la mer, des flamands roses.. Puis baignade dans la mangrove, et visite d'une foret petrifiee, causee par le sel... Farniente au bord de la mer avec des ninos partout ...

Flamingo's in Celestun, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Flamingo's in Celestun

A travel blog entry by rverlinden

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Vrijdag 3 februari Een busje kwam ons in de ochtend ophalen voor een trip naar Celestun, gelegen aan de baai van Campeche, de andere kustlijn van Yucatan. We vormden een internationaal groepje van 10 uit Duitsland, Mexico, Brazilië, US en wij uit ...

Flamingos Galore and Swim in The Gulf of Mexico, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Flamingos Galore and Swim in The Gulf of Mexico

A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner

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... we had another stop at Hotel Castellano to pick up 4 ladies from Guadalajara and we set off for our 1 ˝’s drive to Celestun which is a little fishing village on a spit of land almost entirely separated from the mainland. As we left Merida through ...

Not What We Had Planned., Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Not What We Had Planned.

A travel blog entry by jmwebbrn

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Julie: We made the approximate 1 hr drive from Merida to Celestun with the purpose of taking a boat ride to see the flamingos that live here year round.  When we got there we decided it was too expensive - about 1400 pesos (over $100).  ...

Chelestun, Chelestun, Mexico travel blog

Chelestun

A travel blog entry by pumorii

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The birds paradise.....but it was not the right time to see a many ...

Last tour before leaving Progreso, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Last tour before leaving Progreso

A travel blog entry by roadieyo

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Located approximately 100 kilometers southwest of Merida, Celestun is a quaint fishing village where the infrastructure is very basic. Celestun is famous not only for its seafood restaurants, but also for its beautiful flamingo colonies and the fresh ...

to Celestun, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

to Celestun

A travel blog entry by travellerbruce

seeing ...

Flamengo-Tour, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Flamengo-Tour

A travel blog entry by ahalbig

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Today i drived with Sanna (Netherlands) and Birgit (Germany)  to Celstune. We booked a Flamengo-Tour in saw thousends of pretty flamengos. We also drived throught the jungle using our boot. ...

Celestún, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Celestún

A travel blog entry by triallair

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Celestun, Celestun MX, Mexico travel blog

Celestun

A travel blog entry by nanseaj

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Just 60 miles southwest of Merida is the quaint fishing village of Celestun with beautiful shell strewn beaches and no crowds. It is also noted for beautiful flamingo colonies and fresh water springs.  We had a Spanish speaking guide and listened ...

Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale....., Island - Isla Mujeres, Mexico travel blog

Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale.....

A travel blog entry by turicchi

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... big grand daddy's.  Amazing!! You can even feed them.  You can't miss this stop! And who can go to Mexico without bargaining with Cheapo Felipo (I didn't name him this, he said that's what I could call ...

Celestun ... Pretty in Pink!, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Celestun ... Pretty in Pink!

A travel blog entry by elainehayes

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... village of Celestun, with the beach just steps away, in fact the nicest way back from town ... having bought groceries for lunch. Celestun is quite pink ... at every turn there seems to be pink going on!     So we have been sitting ...

Now over to Celestun with the family., Ria Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Now over to Celestun with the family.

A travel blog entry by divediva

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Flamingos and Shrimp, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Flamingos and Shrimp

A travel blog entry by noalarmclocks

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... the bus in the central square, a local hustler came to meet all of us who were looking for tour boats to the Ria Celestun Biosphere Reserve.  The operators try to get groups of eight passengers, so the fee is less expensive than when the boats are ...

Flamingoland, Celestun, Mexico travel blog

Flamingoland

A travel blog entry by linda34

Left the big city of Merida, pfoe.... Back into silence, arriving in Celestun on the golf of Mexico. Here the sun goes down on the sea, that's what happens crossing the inlands and now being on the other side of yucatan. Many doggy friends again; They ...

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