Global warming is an issue that involves all of mankind. At Dune Buggy Adventour we believe that watching over our planet is the way for us to move forward to create a better tomorrow. Mexico’s biodiversity is one of the world’s largest and must be taken care of as we are host of over a 47,000 species of plants and animals. This is why we take extreme care of our protected natural areas. One of them is the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, that  is part of the World Heritage Center of the UNESCO. Home of the monarch butterfly, this natural reserve watches as millions of butterflies fly from North America to the north-west forest of Mexico City. There they stay until spring when they make an 8 month migration to Canada where 3 or 4 successful generations are born. Another one of the most important natural reserves is the Loreto Bay National Park in Baja California Sur. This natural area is home to 30 different sea mammals species that make up 75% of the whole sea mammal population of Mexico. Down in Cozumel we have the Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park which is part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System that is the 2nd largest coral reef system in the world. This is home to the endangerd species including the sea turtles. We invite you to visit these Natural Areas to see for yourself the importance of them for our planet.

Watching out for Mexico’s Protected Natural Areas

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