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The most beautiful Mexican forests.

By March 20, 2019No Comments

Living in Mexico is finding a territory rich in ecosystems so contrasting in climate, flora and fauna, so much so that one weekend you can plan a trip to the beach and the next, camping in the forest, or exploring an oasis in the desert.

The General Assembly of the United Nations proclaimed March 21 as the International Day of the Forest . and what better place to commemorate it than our country; a territory full of dreamy wooded landscapes. Each forest has a different charm that you will want to put on your bucket list for upcoming trips.

Not only are they perfect destinations for recreational activities with family and friends, but they are also home to a large number of species, it is our responsibility to contribute to their development, taking care of them with actions as simple as not littering, avoiding bonfires And of course, using environmentally friendly products such as the organic one from the house: Bye Bites Natural.

So get ready for the next adventure! Because Mexico has the best destinations for those who love the company of the forest:

Lagunas de Zempoala National Park, Morelos

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Seven lagoons make up this National Park, made up mainly of conifers in a temperate and cold environment at night. It will be ideal if what you are looking for is to escape the noise of the city, take a walk with the family or camp.

Forests of Monterreal, Coahuila

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If winter sports or escaping the high temperatures are your thing, half an hour from Saltillo, Bosques de Monterreal stands out for having a ski center and Swiss-style cabins open all year round.

Lagunas de Montebello National Park

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This beautiful natural setting is made up of more than 50 lagoons, creating unreal views. Can you imagine your weekend as a couple in this extraordinary place? Without a doubt, an excellent idea if you are planning to visit Chiapas.

Sierra de San Pedro Mártir National Park, Baja California

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To the north of Mexico and at 3,100 meters above sea level, the San Pedro Mártir mountain range occupies a privileged position to be the headquarters of the UNAM astronomical observatory. It is the perfect setting to spot celestial objects immersed in a dense pine habitat.. You can also do activities such as hiking, hiking, cycling or rappelling.

Monarch Butterfly Sanctuaries, Michoacán

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The Sierra Chincua is home to the five sanctuaries in Michoacán that, from November to March, house thousands of monarch butterflies that come to winter in this region from the forests of Canada and the United States. Visiting this region covered with beautiful pine, oak and oak trees is a fairy tale experience.

If you decide to live the adventure in one of these enigmatic destinations, do not forget to take with you the Bye Bites Natural Repellent, or the Forte, for humid seasons in which mosquitoes tend to proliferate more.


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