Escape to Singayta!

Are you a bird lover and you really care for nature preservation? There is a hidden spot very close to San Blas that you will surely love, Let’s discover the Ecological Community of Singayta!

Just 15 minutes from the beautiful port of San Blas, taking State Highway 74 toward Tepic, you’ll be fascinated by the great commitment that the inhabitants of this small town have with ecological protection.

Thanks to the work of this community is that San Blas began to earn a reputation as a birds haven, it is also part of the Pacific Coastal Plain, formed by estuaries, basins and suitable plains for agriculture, as well as ecosystems such as rainforest and mangroves.

So, at first glance, the road is spectacular! We recommend making a short stop at the Birds Lookout, located just before the exit to Matanchén, where you can take great pictures of the lake landscape, which serves as habitat for an enormous variety of wildlife, especially birds and crocodiles.

Photo via Mediakit.

Photo via Mediakit.

As you continue along the exotic road, you will feel as if you were in a natural tunnel of vegetation, a few kilometers ahead, take the turnoff to Singayta, follow the song of the goldfinches and orioles while you get into this magical getaway.

It is worth mentioning that this is one of the Coastal Sister Communities in Alliance for the Conservation of Nature and it does have strict regulations to be visited. All this, in order to preserve and maintain its natural wealth and its intact ecosystem.

This means that when you arrive, you must leave your vehicle in the parking lot and visit the place by foot or take a nice bike ride, which is part of the experience and will make you feel a greater communion with the environment. Singayta visits are guided by the same members of the community, so it’s important to follow their instructions and customs.

Do you want to discover more fantastic getaways in San Blas? Stay tuned to our blog, because there is still #AllToBeDiscovered, upload your photos and comments on our social networks using the hashtags #LikeSanBlas and #MeGustaSanBlas.


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