The Yucatan Peninsula is home to many bird species. When you are in Playa del Carmen, you will be amazed at the beauty and diversity of tropical birds that live in the Xaman Ha Aviary. This aviary is not your typical zoo. Unlike a traditional zoo wherein animals live inside cages, Xaman Ha Aviary serves as a natural habitat for birds and many other wildlife that make the aviary their home.
The birds at Xaman Ha Aviary are indigenous to the peninsula. The species in this aviary include flamingos, ducks, macaws, parrots, storks, and so much more. They live in pleasant harmony with other birds and other animals like butterflies, iguanas, squirrels, and the like. This results in a colorful, lively, and often noisy environment that is truly a pleasure to behold.
The open-air sanctuary of Xaman Ha Avairy gives a natural setting that enables every visitor to see the birds and other animals in their natural habitat while walking through trails. However, we have to say that the concept can get too natural for comfort for many visitors.
Some visitors get pestered by excessively assertive winged creatures as they stroll along the path. But of course, this is a part of the experience. Visiting Xaman Ha Aviary will give you a very rewarding experience that will inspire an appreciation and love for the winged and non-winged creatures of the world and their natural habitat.
Located in Playacar, this aviary is for the family. The aviary is open from 9 in the morning to 5 in the afternoon. What is the best time to go and see the birds? We suggest you visit Xaman Ha Aviary is from 9 to 11 in the morning and from 4 to 5 in the afternoon. If you want to inquire, you can contact the aviary through the following telephone number: 984-873-0593.