Each year, millions of monarch butterflies leave their homes in Canada and the U.S. to make a long migration south to the mountains of Mexico. Witness this from close up, one of the most spectacular natural phenomena on Earth.
Stand in a valley beneath blue skies and clouds of butterflies. Flashes of orange wings catch the sunlight. You try to follow one individual insect, but it is soon lost in the swirling mass.
Visit El Rosario and Sierra Chincua Butterfly Biosphere Reserves, areas specifically protected as sites for these monarch butterflies. Your private hiking guide will show you the best viewing spots, as well as share plenty of information and insights on the spectacle.