YAXHA

The largest protected area in Guatemala, the Mayan Biosphere Reserve, is located in Petén, in the north of the country. Inside of it, is located the National park Yaxha-Nakum-Naranjo,  where there are vestiges of the ancient Mayan civilization submerged by the immense nature that characterizes the Mesoamerican jungles.

In FLAAR Mesoamerica, with the support of the park authorities, we have made the photo essays that you will find in this section, with the aim of publicizing the natural resources found in the protected area.

We hope to attract the attention of students, tourists, explorers, photographers and nature lovers so that they can get close to the area and be able to marvel at the species that we find in each exploration.

Photo Essay Categories

Diversity
It covers the species of fungi, insects, reptiles, lichens, and ecosystems.
Birds
It exposes the species of birds and aquatic birds that we can find in the PNYNN, the lagoons and the wetlands.
Mammals
It exposes the species of mammals that we can find in the PNYNN.
Flora
It exposes the species of birds and aquatic birds that we can find in the PNYNN, the lagoons and the wetlands.