Where to Go / What to Do in Huatulco

HUATULCO BAYS The nine spectacular bays of Huatulco are its greatest attraction. Besides resting you can practice an endless number of recreational activities for you and your whole family. Bahía de Santa Cruz hosts the tourism pier and a joyful area of stores and restaurants. SPORTING AND WATER ACTIVITIES The fascinating Huatulco bays are ideal for practicing diverse water and sports activities as diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, kayaking, hiking and of course, sports fishing, mainly of marlin, goldfish and sailfish. You can also have bicycle or horseback riding tours throughout the beautiful town of Crucecita or the Botazoo ecological park. During your first visit to this paradise take a guided tour of the Huatulco bays where you can photograph the perfect landscapes. For the adventurous hearts, you will have an unforgettable experience descending through the rapids.

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