Located in the Riviera Maya region of the Yucatan Peninsula, México, Tres Ríos Nature Park is a natural paradise where three rivers merge into the sea; where culture, nature, and experience converge to provide a natural retreat unlike any other.
Tres Ríos is refreshingly unique: 326 acres of pristine tropical rainforests intersected by three winding freshwater rivers, decorated by ten fascinating cenotes (cave-like sinkholes with natural wells), home to 120 species of plants and 90 species of animals. It is the only nature park in the Yucatan Peninsula that includes three distinct ecosystems: jungle, mangrove forest, and coastal dunes.
The ecological park (or eco park) naturally evolved out of the expansive tropical naturescapes that inspire many. As one of the Riviera Maya’s privately owned natural treasures, Tres Ríos is dedicated to a strict set of environmental regulations, following the sustainable tourism model, that govern any development on the property.
The nature reserve encompasses 150 acres of the park’s entire 326 acres. This portion of the environment is sheltered from human impact and building development in order to allow the natural ecosystems of the area to flourish.
The property is guided by…
Tres Ríos Ecology Mission: