The Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 2008. The protected area covers over 200 square miles. Within the Biosphere Reserve, there are a few areas that are open to the public. Visiting the monarch butterfly reserves offers the visitor a chance to witness a wonder of nature. Being surrounded by thousands of fluttering butterflies and seeing them carpeting the forest floor and weighing down the branches of the trees is truly a remarkable experience.
Read on for more information about the monarch butterfly, and a guide to visiting the monarch butterfly reserves in Mexico.
About the Monarch Butterfly:
Visiting the Monarch Butterfly Reserves in Mexico: