Playa La Flor and Natural reserve
We put this beach in the first place because it is a protected beach and classified as a nature reserve.
The beach of La Flor receives each year during the months of April to January several hundred thousand turtles which come to lay their eggs there.
A refuge is installed at the entrance to the beach and an entrance fee is requested from visitors.
Each year, during breeding periods, more than 160,000 turtles land on the beach to lay their eggs.
The Olive Redley turtle represents 90% of arrivals.
The months of October, November and December are the best months to attend the spawning with an average monthly visit of 20,000 to 30,000 turtles per month.
The months of December, January and February are the best months to witness the birth of baby turtles remaining about 55 days under the sand, in their eggs before emerging.
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