When someone says "Celestún," think pink. The estuaries of this biosphere reserve are home to an amazing flock of flamingos. The gateway to it, a tranquil fishing village of the same name, sits at the end of a spit of land separating the Celestún estuary from the Gulf of Mexico.
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