Travel to Cayos de Pedro in Jamaica


When you decide to travel to the Caribbean to enjoy a vacation it can be a little difficult to choose the place since there are so many and all so spectacular that it is almost impossible to decide. One of the most beautiful Caribbean countries is Jamaica, which has paradisiacal destinations in which to enjoy an unforgettable trip. Endless beaches of all kinds, turquoise waters and an enviable natural environment make Jamaica the perfect destination for those who are looking for what is often called "paradise" on their vacations.

One of the most beautiful Jamaican areas is that of Pedro's Keys, without a doubt the perfect destination for nature lovers since you will not only enjoy wonderful beaches but there is a great variety of trees and plants to admire. This region is made up of several cays, many of them uninhabited and which are visited by many fishermen since there is a lot of fishing there.

In Cayos de Pedro there is a very important natural ecosystem that consists of 6 plant species, a refuge and a perfect natural habitat for various land and sea birds. The Hawksbill turtles they are the most famous species in this entire environment. Of the keys there are 3 that are the most famous and that are usually the most visited by all tourists, who find them as a fascinating destination in which to spend both a day at the beach and a day of adventure practicing some activity.

The Northeast Cay It stands out for having an area of ​​about 75,000 square meters and interesting things like a very beautiful lighthouse and lots of vegetation, especially palm trees. The Cayo Medio It is the most developed and where there are several cabins for tourists to stay in, as well as a lot of vegetation spread over its 40,000 square meters. The Southwest Cay It is the largest thanks to its 152,000 square meters but it does not have much infrastructure, although that makes it much more beautiful since thanks to that it has a large reserve of birds and several species in danger of extinction.

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