Want to switch it up? Head over to Holbox island to dive with whale sharks, venture out on a deep sea fishing trip, or visit Ria Lagartos, where you will find countless pink flamingos, unique to this region, nesting in the calm waters of the pink salt water lagoon. In between activities, relax and lie by the pool and soak up the sun and tranquility of the Yucatan! For more info, please contact us.
Kiteboarding lessons offer a very comprehensive instruction program, with lessons perfect for every level of experience, whether you’re a total beginner, refreshing your skills or a seasoned kiter doing a downwinder.
Taking lesson at La Casa Cielo will ensure that you will learn the key skills to morph into a competent kiter. Our instructors are always right beside their students, in the water with you until you are ready to go solo. All necessary gear and equipment is supplied for you in a range of sizes appropriate to each step of your learning curve. No previous experience required.
All kiteboarding lessons are in 3-hour blocks weather and wind permitting, custom tailored to your specific needs, focused on the material you need to learn to help progress you to your highest level desired while having fun!
La Casa Cielo has complimentary standup paddleboards and Kayaks for our guests to use during their stay.
Jet ski’s are available for rent at La Casa Cielo.
The Yucatan is a ideal destination for a variety of fishing including Giant Tarpon, Baby Tarpon, Snook, Ladyfish, Permit, Bonefish, Jacks and much more.
The quiet protected waters of the lagoon and the extensive system of estuaries provide fly fishing and light tackle opportunities in almost all weather. Ninety-Nine species of fish have been recorded by biologists around the waters of the Bio Reserve.
Flamingo Reserve at Rio Lagartos
Rio Lagartos, Wetland Home to 365 Bird Species, including Flamingos.
Rio Lagartos, or Reserva de la Biosfera de Rio Lagartos as it is officially known, is a 60,348-hectare reserve of mangroves, marshes, estuaries, salt flats, dunes, beaches, dry forest and jungle straddling the north coast of the Yucatan. It was the first area of marshland in Mexico to receive global attention and to be included on the UNESCO RAMSAR list of internationally important and fragile wetlands. The Mexican government declared it a biosphere reserve in 1979 to protect its incredible biodiversity: 365 recorded bird species, 58 mammals, including the jaguar, ocelot and spider monkey, 95 reptiles and amphibians and 523 species of plants. This stretch of the Gulf coast is the most important nesting site in the world for the endangered hawksbill turtle or tortuga carey, but the reserve is famous for having the largest nesting colony of American or Caribbean flamingos in the wild.