The El Salado estuary is preparing to reopen to the public after two years closed due to the pandemic.
During this time it was carefully maintained and protected by the municipalities and ecological groups.
Now it will begin to receive visitors and travelers who enjoy ecotourism and wish to explore its richness and natural beauty.
Estero El Salado is a mangrove ecosystem in Puerto Vallarta home to more than 100 species of plants and animals including crocodiles, iguanas, fish and more.
It is a birdwatcher’s paradise, as it is an important place for winter migrations from Canada and the United States.
Protection and preservation of this habitat are critical to the survival of these species.
The reopening of the El Salado estuary is great news, because it is also an opportunity to remember its importance in the management of our natural ecosystems as well as its protection and that of the life that inhabits it.
It is located just a few minutes from the city center, is one of the protected areas of the area and a habitat for hundreds of animal and plant species.