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We ubered to the Holiday Inn and were able to find the entrance from there (don't Google Map to the estuary!) The path is overgrown but we saw many different types of birds and enjoyed the natural beauty. We then walked to the public beach...More
We were eager to go on the walk along the estuary having enjoyed it a few years ago. However due to flooding most of the paths are gone and you cannot easily access it from the resorts, you need to go inland a bit. Best...More
This is a very pleasant place to walk and see some interesting birds. Access the public beach from the end of the Holiday Inn. There is a very small entrance there. We saw lots of birds, including Osprey and Caracel. The beach walk is very...More
My spouse and I spent 3-4 hours there and are going back tomorrow morning for more. The estuary connects to the ocean via a public beach and there is a lot to see. In the estuary, we saw wading birds, waterfowl, pelicans, raptors and much...More
This sanctuary has a vast variety of unique birds 🐦, and is an excellent place to capture epic pictures. Unfortunately they have a pollution problem that is killing off the brown pelicans in the sanctuary. Otherwise amazing.
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As you pass the shops on your left of the little strip mall, all the big hotels are on your right. Cabo Azul, the Mayan is the last one you pass before the roundabout. Go straight, no turns at the roundabout. The road does... More
As you pass the shops on your left of the little strip mall, all the big hotels are on your right. Cabo Azul, the Mayan is the last one you pass before the roundabout. Go straight, no turns at the roundabout. The road does end at the last hotel there, I believe is a Holiday Inn. You can park there, the path runs up along side of the hotel and around into the Santuary. The last time I was there, the water was too high and covered the paths. It's a lovely walk early morning.