Holbox Island is located on the Northeast of the Yucatan peninsula in the State of Quintana Roo.
A small island measuring 42 kilometers long and 2 kilometers wide, Holbox is known for it's white sand streets with bicycles and golf carts being the official forms of transportation.
Part of the Protected Area of Flora and Fauna of "Yum Balam", Holbox is a habitat to a great variety of marine and land animal species.
The waters of Holbox are a sanctuary for the largest fish in the world, the Whale Shark, and provides the unforgettable opportunity to swim with them in their natural habitat between the months of June through September.
To arrive on Holbox island, one must cross the Yalahau lagoon, a trip that lasts approximately 20 minutes.