El Cuyo is a hidden treasure, a small fishing village that used to be a logging town in the past century. A not so yet explored destination in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, with amazing natural landscapes where mangroves, a turquoise blue sea and the endless tropical greens of the petrified forest reign. El Cuyo is located in the Rio Lagartos National Park, famous for hosting more than 20,000 pink flamingos during their breeding season.
It is said that El Cuyo is the last tourist destination in the Gulf of Mexico.
Imagine the fine white sand touching your feet, look in front of you; rest in a comfortable hammock with your favorite drink at hand, and contemplate the infinity of crystal-clear waters, feeling the cool sea breeze. All this under the shade of a large terrace with a spectacular view.