El Cuyo Travel Tips
Pink Flamingos Near El Cuyo Vacation Rentals
Every summer, residents and visitors to El Cuyo can witness a unique sight. In Rio Lagartos national park, there is a mass migration every year between January and September. Those migrating are pink flamingos. Each year, an estimated 20,000 pink flamingos visit the national park, treating it like the local singles bar. In addition to helping keep the population of pink flamingos alive, this migration and mating season provides you with an opportunity to see these beautiful birds in the wild, rather than just in captivity in your local zoo. And El Cuyo villas give you a place to stay close to the park, so you can comfortably enjoy your visit to this paradise. Rio Lagartos Park is also the home of many sea turtles who visit the beach areas of the park between June and August to lay eggs. And, if you like bird watching, Rio Lagartos has more than 250 types of birds living in or visiting the park.
El Cuyo Villas are a Quiet Place to Vacation
Because El Cuyo has only 1,500 permanent residents, it is the perfect place for a quiet, romantic vacation. The sky outside of El Cuyo vacation rentals is beautiful. Because of the lack of light pollution, you can see millions of stars above your head at night. And, with the beautiful beaches which border both the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, you have a perfect location for sunbathing, swimming, windsurfing, and sandcastle building.
Enjoy Yucatan Condos
Due to the small size of the town, there are few hotels in El Cuyo. Fortunately, you won’t need to worry about that, because when you rent a condo or house, you will have a place to stay where you can truly enjoy El Cuyo.