Located in the middle of Mexico, in the Michoacan region. around 30
The Monarchs fly from the great lakes region in the US and Canada all the way to the Mexican highlands each year. During November to March they descend in their millions in and around the village of Angangueo, where they mate. The males die soon after mating and the females take flight again and head north to lay their eggs. It is one of the most fascinating mass migrations on the planet and it is still a mystery how and why the butterflies return to the same place each year, even though they are generations removed from the previous visitors.
The experience is often a highlight of travellers who take the time to enjoy this incredible and unique phenomenon.