Incredible pink lagoon off the coast of Yucatan Peninsula
The eastern coast of the peninsula Yucatan, separating the Mexican bay from the Caribbean sea, there is a small fishing village called Las Colorados, which is washed by the waters of a lagoon having an incredible pink color.
This unique lagoon is located on the territory of the popular biosphere reserve Rio Lagartos, where hundreds of thousands of tourists come from around the world every year.
Pink lagoon has received worldwide fame not only for its unique color, but also due to the clean snow-white shores.
Snow-white sandy hills that can be seen throughout the lagoon were formed due to the fact that production on salt production.
In addition to the unique pink lagoon in the Rio Lagartos biosphere reserve, you can see Flamingo in the natural habitat.
The shores of the lake are pretty cool and very dangerous. Due to the industrial production of salts, the depth near the banks sharply goes down, so walking along this amazing place, it is worth it to be extremely cautious.
Saturated pink color Water acquires due to increased salt concentration and a special type of algae that bloom when it is hot weather.
Rio Lagartos, Translated from Spanish, means "River Alligators". This name was given by conquistadors who mistakenly considered the bay of the river, and simple crocodiles for alligators. But today there is no one about anyone before, so the name has taken place.