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With 36 golden beaches, nine unspoiled bays and a collection of beautiful all-inclusive resorts, Huatulco is a popular destination for ambitious travelers seeking a unique vacation experience.

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Dive Into Huatulco

What makes Huatulco so different? The travel industry here is based exclusively on green conservation! Bahias de Huatulco (bays of Huatulco) National Park was declared a protected reserve in 1988, so even though it’s chocked full of luxury hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, discos, and golf courses, they’re all run on renewable energy and have a maximum building height of six stories. The result? You get all the modern comforts of a luxurious resort, while still being surrounded by unspoiled nature, scenic archaeological sites and miles of beaches. When you travel to Huatulco, you won't get just a great beach vacation, you'll also get a unique opportunity to experience the untamed natural beauty of Mexico. If you enjoy having a comfortable, luxurious vacation that leaves no footprint on the Earth, then a trip to Huatulco is for you! Who says you can't enjoy a great beach vacation and do something good for the planet at the same time?

Huatulco Overview

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    Learn the Legends

    Ancient legends passed on from generation to generation state that the Toltecs and Quetzalcoatl came from this pristine and lush area of Mexico. While these ancient people laid the foundation for later Aztec and Mayan myths, you'll start seeing mythology come to life. As you continue exploring Huatulco’s natural landscape, you’ll be able to hike through the same forests, snorkel through the same oceans and swim through the same turquoise waters that inspired the legends. It’s literally like taking a trip back in time!

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    Unwind by the Beaches

    Have you been looking for a sunny beach vacation, but prefer to escape the crowds? Then, Huatulco’s secluded beaches were made just for you. Huatulco’s main attractions are its nine bays and 36 beaches, many of which are pristine, undeveloped and accessible only by boat. Sounds too good to be true, right? Stop dreaming and escape to a golden-sand beach that you can call your own! While in Huatulco, you can learn what it’s like to reconnect with nature as you swim, snorkel and spend the day working on your tan.

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    Bahias de Huatulco National Park

    Bahias de Huatulco is a national park unlike any other. In 1988, the park was declared a protected reserve, so you’d expect it to just be a lot of wilderness and wildlife right? In Huatulco, nothing is ordinary. Bahias de Huatulco is not just a protected reserve, it's also a hotspot for luxury hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, golf courses and a small urban zone called La Crucecita. All of these places are run on renewable/wind energy, so even though it promotes a good time, the preserve is completely natural and leaves no footprint upon the land.

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    Take a Trip Back in Time

    As you explore the bays of Huatulco, you’ll learn exactly why it thrived as a port under Cortes’ control. The bay is a perfect, natural vantage point for ancient Spanish ships. When you walk along the pristine sands of Huatulco’s nine bays or hike across its miles of jagged coastline, you’ll be able to see exactly why this unspoiled paradise was vital to the region's ancient economy. If you want to do something extraordinary, Huatulco is a beach vacation and a trip back in time all in the same setting.

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    Save the Planet in Style

    If you didn't already know, the town of Huatulco operates completely on 100% renewable energy. Don’t believe us? Then, you’ll have to see it for yourself. All of Huatulco’s energy is wind-driven. Due to the fact that Huatulco is at a point in Mexico where it’s most narrow along the Atlantic and Pacific coast, the region consistently enjoys sea-spun winds. Not only that, but this little spot is proud that none of its water treatment allows pollutants to float into the ocean. If you want to be part of the solution, instead of the pollution-creating problem, vacation here and support Huatulco's planet-saving efforts!

Things to Do in Huatulco

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    3 Levels of Huatulco

    This half-day town tour takes you to discover the magic that lies between the seashore and the mountains. First, wander the streets of a small village; then, take a coffee break from 5,000 feet above sea level; finally, visit a picturesque home and meet the locals for an unforgettable time in an authentically beautiful side of Mexico.

     

    Included:

    • Round trip transportation
    • Drinks

     

    Not Included:

    • Insurance money

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable clothing & shoes
    • Hat
    • Sunscreen
    • Money for souvenirs, shopping & food

     

    Hours: Monday-Saturday. This tour lasts about 5 hours.

     

    Where to Go: Meet at resort lobby.

     

    Age Restrictions: Minimum age is 6 years old.

     

    Additional Information: Amstar: By phone From USA & Canada: 1 877 329-4461. From Mexico: 01 800 267-8270.

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    ATV

    Hop on a powerful four-wheel drive ATV to explore the most beautiful areas surrounding Huatulco. This scenic adventure will take you along rugged jungle and mountain terrains as you travel along dirt roads at sizzling speeds. To top it all off, you'll have a break at a beautiful beach for a chance to swim in the Pacific Ocean's blue waters.

     

    Included:

    • Round trip transportation
    • Guides
    • Safety helmets
    • Goggles

     

    Not Included:

    • Insurance money

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable clothing & shoes
    • Hat
    • Sunscreen
    • Change of clothes
    • Money for souvenirs, shopping & food

     

    Hours: Open daily. This tour lasts about 3 hours.

     

    Where to Go: Meet at resort lobby.

     

    Age Restrictions: Minimum age is 18 years old. Maximum age is 55 years old. A valid driver's license must be shown.

     

    Additional Information: Not advisable for pregnant women or the elderly. Must bring a valid driver's license. Amstar: By phone From USA & Canada: 1 877 329-4461. From Mexico: 01 800 267-8270.

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    Crocs and Turtles

    Hop aboard a large canoe and enjoy a day surrounded by the green beauties of the Mexican Pacific. Get an up-close look at the home of hundreds of crocs on board wooden canoes and discover a haven for turtle rescue. After, enjoy some lunch in one of these natural reserves after a day of eco-consciousness.

     

    Included:

    • Deluxe A/C van
    • Guide
    • Soft drinks on board & lunch
    • Entrance fee to lagoon & Turtle Creek

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable clothing & shoes
    • Hat
    • Sunscreen
    • Money for souvenirs, shopping & food

     

    Hours: Open daily. This tour lasts about 8 hours.

     

    Where to Go: Meet at resort lobby.

     

    Age Restrictions: Minimum age is 5 years old.

     

    Additional Information: Amstar: By phone From USA & Canada: 1 877 329-4461. From Mexico: 01 800 267-8270.

Tips & Transportation

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    Lunch Like the Locals at Café Vienna

    Austria in Mexico? Sounds a little funny right? Well if you're craving a taste of Europe in Mexico, Cafe Vienna has you covered. Cafe Vienna is a local hotspot that in-the-know visitors and locals love. The owners, Helmut and Manfred traveled all the way from Salzburg to share their expertise with hungry patrons. Having gained a lot of attention for having great food at the cheapest prices, Cafe Vienna is a must when visiting Huatulco. If you're a little unsure of what to order, check out Manfred's wiener schnitzel, beef stroganoff or goulash. You'll thank us later!

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    Where's the Beef? It's at Finca de Vaqueros.

    What’s a vaquero? Well, it’s a cowboy. A Spanish cowboy. If you've been looking for an excuse to break out your boots and spurs, now's the time to mosey on over to this fine Huatulco restaurant. With a collection of trail-inspired beef, Finca De Vaqueros offers the best cuts of steak, chicken and barbeque for not a lot of cash. Finca De Vaqueros opens mid-day and remains open until around 10:00 PM. However, if you're still munching, the restaurant will stay open until you're ready to ride into the sunset.

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    Snatch a Sailfish

    What's a sailfish you ask? Well, it's a unique type of fish that only lives in warm oceans and has a pretty radical dorsal fin. Yeah, that dorsal fin! If you ever wanted to have one of these impressive creatures hanging above your fireplace, then head down to Huatulco for the Torneo de Pez Vela Huatulco. This annual festival is the city’s professional sailfish catching tournament, so grab your favorite rod and reel and get ready to catch a big one!

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    Get Your Taco Fix at El Padrino

    After a night on the town, the only real quick-fix for red eyes are the delicious tacos at this famous Huatulco establishment. Located on the second floor above the Coco Solo Boutique in the main plaza at La Crucesita, El Padrino serves some of the best authentic street-style tacos this side of the border. Be sure to sample a good variety of their tacos especially the source of chicharron, chicharron prensado, chile relleno, nopalitos, carne asada and the ever-reliable quesillo.

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    Chill With the Locals at Tipsy Blowfish

    Want a real cultural experience? No, this isn’t the type that you'll read about in travel brochures. We're talking about a truly authentic Mexican experience. If that strikes your fancy, grab a cold beer and chat it up with locals at the Tipsy Blowfish. This colorful bar is one of the hottest places in town due to its welcoming and laid-back vibe. In between shots of tequila and cerveza chasers, you'll get to know the local fishermen and residents of the area for a taste of the simpler life.

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    Airport

    Flights land in Bahías de Huatulco International Airport (HUX). The airport handles both national and international air traffic for the Pacific coast south of the city of Oaxaca. The airport is also one of nine airports in southeast Mexico operated by Aeropuertos del Sureste (ASUR) and generally sees half-a-million travelers each year.

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    Immigration & Customs

    When you reach the arriving terminal, you’ll be guided to the immigration hall where you’ll form a line and wait for your turn with the immigration officer. Give the officer your passport and answer a few routine questions about the nature of your stay. Regarding customs for US and European travelers, all you need to do is produce a current passport in order to enter and leave Huatulco.

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    Getting to Your Hotel

    Some travelers may have concerns about vacationing in Mexico. CheapCaribbean.com has partnered with Amstar as our premier transportation company in Huatulco. They’ll provide you with safe, comfortable and professional transportation for our clients, from the airport to and from your hotel. That also includes transportation to any excursions booked through our site that you’d like to take while you’re in your destination. It’s easy to find your Amstar representative when you arrive at the airport. They’ll be standing in the ground transportation waiting area, holding a CheapCaribbean welcome sign. All drivers are fluent in English, friendly and knowledgeable about the culture, history and things to do while you’re there. By the end of your ride, you’ll have made a new friend. Vehicles are all clean, modern and reliable.

     

    Amstar is the official transportation rep for CheapCaribbean.com excursions when you book vacations to Huatulco on our site. The majority of our partner hotels have an Amstar desk in or near the lobby so they’re easy to find, should you need them. For this reason, we suggest that our guests do not rent cars while in the Caribbean or Mexico as traffic laws and road quality and street signs are not the same as they are in the US.

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    Getting Around Huatulco

    Located in the center of La Crucita, Huatulco is quite easy to get around. Generally, you don't need to rent a car since there are plenty of taxis in the area that are quite cheap. If this is what you end up doing, just be sure to agree on a price before going on your way. Although the locals don't usually tip the drivers, foreigners are generally expected to do so. If you do decide to rent a car, look for companies like Avis, Advantage and Budget so you'll know you are renting from a reputable company. If you'd rather take a break from driving, you can also hire a driver to get around town or go somewhere farther like Puerto Escondido.