One of the most beautiful and peaceful places around Isla Holbox is the Bird Island, only 30 minutes away and where you can see the variety of birds.
In ancient times this cenote was very important for fishermens because after a hard day refreshed themselves here, but was also an important harbor for Maya traders.
The entire atmosphere on the island is extremely relaxing, accompanied only by the soft sand, birds and palms, here you will find no golf carts, no stores or restaurants.
It has a lush jungle north of the town, there is aquatic and underwater vegetation in wetlands composed with brackish coastal lagoons and marshes with plenty of red mangrove and seagrass.
Very near Cabo Catoche its an important site for Christianity in Latin America, here was built the first Catholic church in Latin America, the place: Boca Iglesia.
One of the places you should not forget to visit on your trip to Holbox is Cabo Catoche is a beautiful island, surrounded by lush vegetation but also full of history.
North of the state of Quintana Roo, Chiquila is the starting point where the ferries depart to Holbox Island and is also a fishing port.