Hotel Manglares

Calle 12 No 63, Celestun, Yucatan Peninsula, 97367, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Celestun

Skit city with skit people.

A travel blog entry by jormaontour on May 09, 2014

Today i visited Celestun. Everything went as planned till i arrived.
When i arrived to the beach to take to boats for the wildlife tour started the problems. They promised a price 300 mex for this tour. It was a high price for a low season. But i accepted because i wanted not fight about the 100 pesos.

They asked me wait till we got a group about in one or two hours. This was ok too. I can always stay and take two beers.

After two hours i found the people sleeping. ...

Celestun

A travel blog entry by janicksbrown on Mar 24, 2014

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Left campeche and detoured out to area full of Mayan ruins. First one was rarely visited and only a small site, down another potholed road to a red dusty site. It has been so hot the last few days 36c, don,t know how they lived our here. We did enjoy this ruin, off on the road and pulled into a massive site, can,t believe they are all so different. Again ************e there so it was great. Staying the night at celestun to see ...

Celestun ... Pretty in Pink!

A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 19, 2014

16 photos

... see this large coastal wetland reserve and saw small grey Mexican pelicans, large white Canadian pelicans ... and lots of flamingos ... the adults being pinker than the juveniles.


























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Flamingos Galore and Swim in The Gulf of Mexico

A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner on May 20, 2012

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Sunday 20th May 2012h Flamingo's and the Gulf of Mexico



Today we leave history behind and head off for a spot of Flamingo searching and a swim in the Gulf.

We were picked up as arranged at 9am and today 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 ...

Pink Flamingos

A travel blog entry by thelees on Jan 18, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

Many a childhood summer was spent camping at Flamingo Bay, Cape Town. Many a fond memory remains. Now only day trips are allowed since it was turned into a reserve, part of the West Coast National Park in Langebaan. I can only vaguely recall actually seeing any flamingoes, clouded by the mists of time and probably resuscitated by confabulation. So when the opportunity to see flamingos arose, we jumped at it!

Mario canvassed interest amongst our fellow hostel-dwellers and ...

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