If you are a fan of sea travel, it feels incomplete if you do not visit the hidden beaches in Mexico. There you can play in the sand on the beach under a massive rock. Interested to visit? Hidden Beach is located at the mouth of Banderas Bay is the beautiful island of Las Marietas, about 22 miles northwest of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. In contrast to most beaches, the beach is covered by the reef that juts out to sea. Uniquely, these reefs are not under, but at the top. Visitors can see a large hole in it which makes the atmosphere even more amazing.
There we can play the white sand, without fear of being exposed to the sun, because there is a reef that protects over you. The sea water that touches the shoreline is pure blue. It’s a beautiful natural phenomenon and cannot be missed. In addition to playing in the sand, lots of fun activities that you can do such as snorkeling, diving, and more.
According to experts, Hidden Beach was formed from volcanic activity over thousands of years. After years of scientific research and intensive efforts to legally protect these islands, who first championed by Jacques Cousteau, finally recognized as a national park, named Parque Nacional Islas Marietas, in 2005. The park covers nearly 1,400 hectares. The islands are a national nature reserve for birds protected, also provide protection for marine species countless.
To achieve this secluded haven, you can use the plane to Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport in Puerto Vallarta. Then proceed by boat from Puerto Vallarta. There is no direct flight to the island of Marieta, because the island is uninhabited.
While you’re visiting Mexico, a time also to visit other tourist destinations such as Cancun beach that has a view with golden sand, explore the crystal cave Cueva de Los Cristales and watch the show El Mariachi in Plaza Garibaldi.