Guests staying at the Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto resort, as well as other visitors to the region, tend to spend much of their time revelling in the unmatched beauty and splendour of the Loreto Bay National Park! The park encompasses 2065 square kilometres of water in the Gulf of California, and is home to some 800 species of assorted marine wildlife. Here you will find some of the world’s most beautiful endangered marine life, and some of the most fragile ecosystems in this part of the ocean.
The unspoiled beauty, and relatively undisturbed wildlife are a side effect of the secluded nature of this place, and though more people are exploring this wonderful area these days it’s more protected than ever! In 1996 the waters from Isla Coronados, in the north, to Isla Catalana, in the south, were declared as the Loreto Bay National Park by presidential decree, and today this national park is recognised and protected by the United Nations as a World Heritage Site.
There are so few places like this in the world today, and the Villa del Palmar resort in the Islands of Loreto offers unparalleled access to the national park! The resort overlooks Danzante Islands and its Bay; these are two of the most beloved parts of the Loreto National Park. Within sight of this all-inclusive luxury resort you can swim, snorkel, dive, kayak, or paddle board in the waters of the national park. In fact, there are even tours which leave from, or close to, the resort.
Do you need a better reason to visit the Loreto Bay National Park?
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