A Nature Lovers Paradise In El Golfo De Santa Clara, Mexico-www.dy2018.net

Travel-and-Leisure El Golfo de Santa Clara, Mexico is located just 55 miles south of the U.S. border with Arizona, on the warm, peaceful Sea of Cortez. This picturesque beach town, in the Mexican state of Sonora, is a far cry from the busy beaches in the Baja. Quiet and peaceful, El Golfo, as the locals call it, has long stretches of pristine beaches on the serene waters of the Sea of Cortez. Planning a quick escape from life’s mundane duties is easy if you want to go to El Golfo. And here are some more reasons to visit. On the edge of El Golfo sits the Biosphere Reserve of the Upper California Gulf and the Colorado River Delta. Home to an abundance of plant and wildlife, the biosphere is where the rivers of the American Southwest converge on the Sea of Cortez. With habitats incorporating fresh water zones, marshes and marine zones, the area is used largely by migrating birds as a winter sanctuary. Throughout the year, more than 80 species of land and marine birds visit or live permanently on the reserve. Visitors can often see fishing eagles, brown and white pelicans, seagulls, sea quails and many species of ducks and geese. The biosphere’s unique location locked between ocean and desert makes it home to an abundance of desert animals as well. Reptiles such as the Desert Iguana, chameleons and a host of lizard and snake species can be seen here. Lucky visitors to the area may even get to see some of the most elusive mammals that call the biosphere home, including Mexican bobcats, jaguars, Mexican gray wolves and ocelots. The plant life here is just as abundant, and in fact 75% if the total types of plants in Mexico can be found in this reserve, making it one of the most diverse regions in all of Mexico. Visitors to El Golfo will find a variety of ac.modations to suit their needs and budgets. Those traveling by RV can stay at the charming El Golfo RV Park, a fully equipped RV park and resort hotel that is right on the beach. If you are feeling more adventurous, you can camp out on the beach at the El Golfo RV Park. For those seeking something a little more plush, there are many hotels to choose from, including the Hotel Kasol, the Villa Del Sol, the Hotel Duenas and the Hotel San Antonio. Driving to El Golfo, Mexico is made even easier due to the new toll road that connects the U.S. to El Golfo, which is appropriately named the Coastal Highway El Golfo de Santa Clara. Passing the border in your vehicle won’t require a Mexican permit since El Golfo is in the Mexican ‘free zone.’ You will need to have Mexican auto insurance if you drive into Mexico. The simplest way is to buy it online before you go and have a printed out copy of your policy to show the officials at the border as you cross. If you are ready to experience a peaceful and beautiful vacation by the beach, plan a trip to the serene and pristine El Golfo de Santa Clara. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: