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Tres Rios

Located south of Cancún, Tres Ríos is an exclusive ecological park in the heart of the Riviera Maya. Located along 132 hectares of rainforest, mangrove forests and coastal dunes, Tres Ríos is home to three natural rivers, an estuary, ten cenotes (fresh water sources) and a quiet beach of fine white sand. Hacienda Tres Rios is the first resort built Tres Rios main project that includes five hotel developments which will have more than 1,700 suites, residential part-time and full time yacht club, luxurious world-class marina, an equestrian center, a class spa, beach club, convention center, estuary and nature park complete with a center for visitors, bird sanctuary and botanical garden. Three Rivers offers our guests unique experiences, together with the best of our Mexican traditions, sharing the honor of your presence here where every visitor is a guest, it's family.

The name of Three Rivers has its origin in the pristine rivers that flow through the mangrove forest. It is the only resort on the Yucatan Peninsula that contains natural river channel instead, resulting in three different ecosystems: lush tropical forest, mangrove forests and coastal dunes, each with its characteristic flora and fauna, giving life to a landscape truly unique. A total of 120 different plant species and over 90 species of animals await our guests and travelers.

Tres Rios is a place of exceptional natural beauty governed by strict environmental standards. Hacienda Tres Rios inherits the philosophy of the park is noted for achieving sustainable development through the intelligent and responsible use of our ecosystems and natural resources. Using only the necessary infrastructure to facilitate sustainable development, through rigorous monitoring to reduce environmental impacts. About 60 hectares of land will be preserved as a nature reserve with minimal development effort to protect the perfect balance between protecting natural resources and entertainment for visitors. In 2006, the Mexican government recognized to Three Rivers as a "regional and national model of sustainable tourism development.

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