Nichupte Lagoon Cancun

Cancun Nichupte Lagoon

Nichupte Lagoon

You’ll find sophisticated French, Italian and Mexican cuisine at the beachfront resorts and low-key restaurants on Nichupte Lagoon. Nichupte is in fact a lagoon system extending over three thousand hectares and comprising seven bodies of water, including the Bojorquez Lagoon, the Mediterranean Laguneta and the Lagoon “of Love”, so called due to its heart-shaped formation. If that weren’t enough, the swamps also reduce the level of pollutants in the water, helping biodiversity and preserving the nearby reef formations of Isla Mujeres, Punta Cancun and Punta Nizuc. Choose from a variety of cuisines and romantic settings: perhaps Southeast Asian satay in a private palm-covered booth or Mexican peppers stuffed with fresh lobster in a Spanish-style courtyard. Nichupte also links up with the Caribbean Sea through two canals called Sigrido and Nizuc. Nichupte is also a place where you can practice other activities, such as recreational fishing and kayaking, and the more adventurous among you can gear yourself up for a spot of waterskiing.The lagoon’s main attraction is in its mangrove swamps, a natural area protected by the Mexican Gov. The Nichupte ecosystems are vitally important, since they protect the coastlines of Cancun from the erosion and wear that would otherwise result from storms and hurricanes.

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