In San Quintin you will find the Punta Mazo Nature Reserve and the Monte Ceniza Nature Reserve, both are protected areas and are perfect places for nature lovers. We invite you to enjoy these places responsibly and please follow the recommendations for visitors.
Punta Mazo Nature Reserve
The nature reserve is located between 40 and 50 minutes from the Transpeninsular Highway and a few kilometers south of La Chorera. To get there you need a 4×4 vehicle as there is a 2 kilometers dune road before the entrance, as well as within the reserve.
Learn more about the schedule, how to get there, camping sites, registration, activities and recommendations in the next button.
Monte Ceniza Nature Reserve
Located 30 minutes from the Transpeninsular Highway, the nature reserve is surrounded by oyster fields, right in the center is an extinct volcano and a trail. The road to get there is unpaved and a 4×4 vehicle is not necessary.
Learn more about the schedule, how to get there, registration, activities and recommendations in the next button.
To visit and / or camp at the nature reserves, we ask visitors to register using the following form. Please read the information of each nature reserve first.
For more information, please contact Vitza Cabrera at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also call us at +52 (1) 646 177 68 00 or +52 (1) 646 128 23 43 from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.