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Huatulco Vacations

Located on Mexico’s southern Pacific coast in the state of Oaxaca, Huatulco (wah-tool-co), a watersports lover’s dream, boasts 22 miles of picturesque beaches and nine sparkling bays. Tangolunda Bay is home to many modern resort hotels and is connected to Santa Cruz Bay by a seaside boulevard that leads to the town of La Crucecita. Neighboring the peaceful paradise of Conejos Bay is the recently discovered archeological site, Copalita Eco-Archeological Park. Huatulco was the first destination in this hemisphere to be Green Globe certified. Its high environmental standards are part of what keeps its beaches golden, rock formations beautiful, and waters sapphire.

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Huatulco Vacations

Huatulco (wah-tool-co) is one of Mexico's most relaxed tourist destinations, located on Mexico's southern Pacific coast at the edge of the Sierra Madre Mountains in the state of Oaxaca. 22-miles of beaches dot the nearly virgin Pacific coastline while nine bays make Huatulco a watersports lover's dream. Be sure to take a trip around Huatulco's nine bays to discover the stunning surroundings, hidden beaches, and flora and fauna. Deluxe modern resorts are set amidst a natural unspoiled setting on Tangolunda Bay. Peaceful and romantic Conejos Bay offers golden sand beaches and sapphire waters.


Things to Do


    This guided excursion lets you explore the neighboring town of La Crucecita, whose coastal charm includes a colorful church, a historic town square, centuries-old architecture, and authentic Mexican markets. Learn More >


    Hop aboard a large canoe and enjoy an eco-friendly day surrounded by the lush beauty of the Mexican Pacific while you discover how locals are saving Huatulco’s crocodiles and turtles. Learn More >


    Discover a coffee plantation where you can sample freshly made coffee and then hike through the lush jungle to El Llano Grande waterfalls and take a dip in its invigorating waters. Learn More >