You may probably have seen a photo of this stunning beach, even if you don’t recognize the name. The Marieta Islands are a beautiful and unique small group of uninhabited islands. It is located 22 miles west of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

The hidden beach in Marietas Islands, Puerto Vallarta. Mexico.

Hidden Beach on Marietas Island was originally formed by volcanic activities thousands of years ago. The water depth around the island is between 70 to 110 feet. This is a world-famous hidden beach, therefore, thousands of tourists visit it annually. However, these islands are completely uninhabited. So you have to travel from the nearest city and it is about an hour-long boat ride from the northwest coast of Puerto Vallarta or a 15 minutes boat ride from the resort area of Punta Mita.

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Seascape of the Mexican Pacific

This turquoise blue beach is nicknamed the “beach of love” or “hidden beach”. And also this beautiful island was listed as a UNESCO man and the biosphere reserve and Ramsar site. These amazing small islands are home to 44 species of plants and wildlife. Many species of seabirds are using this group of the island as breeding and feeding grounds, including red-billed tropicbirds, and blue-footed boobies. The island ecosystem is home to several tropical fish, dolphins, and manta rays as well as eels and many species of turtles. This area is rich in many different varieties of coral, as well as home to a large variety of reef fish species.

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The hidden beach in Marietas Islands, Puerto Vallarta. Mexico.

The structure of this breathtaking Island and the popular beach is composed of two types of volcanic rocks. The interior is made up of explosive rocks and the exterior shell is made up of a more resilient form of rock. According to the research studies it has been estimated that this amazing island will erode and has only a few thousand more years before it erodes.

During the winter season, humpback whales arrive at the islands and live here throughout the winter. And this beautiful astonishing Island is a very popular location for scuba diving, snorkeling, whale watching, and bird watching.

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Marietas Islands Mexico

Excessive tourism leads to the destruction of the sanctuary and increases waste pollution and hydrocarbon pollution. Therefore, the Mexican government has created an environment conducive to developing the marine ecosystem and protecting it. So it allows only a few companies to land on the island and also limits the number of visitors per day. Mexican authorities have established several plans to reestablish the islands, replant coral, limit the human impacts, repair the damages, and restrict fishing and hunting.

So, if you love to visit this amazing Island, add it to your bucket list but keep remember strictly to avoid any damage to this beautiful marine environment and leave only your footprint on the sand.

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