3 things you should know before visiting Ixtapa

3 things you should know before visiting Ixtapa

Ixtapa is a city known for its comfortable weather with 300 sunny days a year. The season lasts from November to March, when the climate is very dry with moderate temperatures. It's hard to complain about any season here. Even the rainy season from mid-May through October offers sunny days and comfortable temperatures, although it can be a little choking in summer. Ixtapa is protected by tropical storms. Tourists visiting the city during the rainy season can expect brief rain showers in t... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Ixtapa

Tourist guide to Ixtapa

Ixtapa is a town located on the Pacific coast. It is a wonderful retreat for families and youth alike. Being a popular port and a destination for cruise passengers, the Mexican resort of Ixtapa is located on one of the most spectacular bays of the Pacific coast and is rightly famous for its beautiful beaches. Located at just 5 km from Zihuatanejo, Ixtapa was built in 1970 on a coconut plantation. In the recent years have been added high hotels and luxury villas, getting to be one of the m... [ read more ]

Mexican Exotic Beaches Zihuatanejo

Mexican Exotic Beaches Zihuatanejo

Close to 10,000 kilometers of coastline is what Mexico is blessed with. The resort areas are Acapulco, Mayan Riviera and Cancun. Whether if you like to hang your hammock from tree to tree, just to relax and laid back, Mexico has lots to offer in terms of the sound of the waves while enjoying a cold beverage, that one of your favourite choice. Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo, situated in the northeast of Guerrero, you can find the Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo which are just four miles away from each other. ... [ read more ]

Huatulco, Southernmost Pacific Resort

Huatulco, Southernmost Pacific Resort

In the state of Oaxaca and southeast of Acapulco is a large resort area called 'Huatulco'. It has nine small bays that hug the coast along with beautiful beaches. It is still in the progress of development. This place provides tranquility, wide-open beaches, water sports, many high-end hotels, adventurous excursions, mountain rivers, coffee plantations and mountain villages. Eco-tourism and Bays of Huatulco They are comprised of a 22 mile stretch of coastline and 22 thousand hectares of la... [ read more ]