Isla Aguada is Located between Sabancuy and Ciudad del Carmen, Isla Aguada offers visitors miles of unspoiled beaches to enjoy the sea, sand and sun without being bothered by street vendors in large cities and tourist centers. Aguada Island is a small fishing port about 5000 inhabitants, this beautiful place is surrounded by the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Terminos Lagoon “Laguna de Términos“.
In this small port we can find a gas station, convenience store, school, primary and secondary school, as well as inns, lodges and hotels near or facing the sea.
In the main street of a small jetty port is about 4 kms long with a playground and a dock for boats where fishermen will offer a walk along the Laguna de Términos in search of dolphins you can see in their natural habitat on this street you will see a small church and some old houses that retain the original architecture of the port.
On one side you see the watery island dock that connects to Ciudad del Carmen.
If you visit Isla Aguada, we recommend you bring enough cash as there are no banks or ATMs.
¡Ay Caray! Restaurant
Palapas Restaurant and Ah Caray! It offers the best food in the region, the freshest seafood of the day, so you can enjoy with your family.
Tours in Isla Aguada and Terminos Lagoon
The tour start on the fishing pier located along the boardwalk of Isla Aguada, the first thing done during the trip is an activity called “search for dolphin where you can find these beautiful